SEDAC Energy Code trainers Shawn Maurer and Ryan Siegel traveled to Springfield on October 17, 2023 to present an energy […]
For over 25 years, building energy codes have played a significant role in saving American homeowners money on utilities while […]
Energy codes provide an opportunity for architects and engineers to serve the public good by creating buildings with low environmental […]
For Homeowners and Realtors.
Are you interested in buying an energy efficient home? Do you want to learn how to make your home more energy efficient? This checklist can help you quickly assess a home’s energy performance and construction.
2021 IECC requires all new commercial buildings to complete and post a permanent Thermal Envelope Certificate. This certificate template can […]
On September 15, 2021, Governor Pritzker signed Senate Bill 2408, enacting the Illinois Energy Transition Act (formerly known as the […]
Updates to the International Energy Conservation Code (2018 to 2021) aim to improve building energy efficiency and reduce greenhouse gases. […]
Do you know Passive House certified homes use about 90% less energy than the average home? Passive House building standards […]
In 2018, the non-profit organization Architecture 2030 created the Zero Code with the goal of reducing overall building sector emissions […]
How do energy codes benefit communities? Energy codes lower utility costs, increase resilience to climate events, reduce pollution, place less […]