2012 IECC Development

In 2010, energy code officials from around the country adopted a new energy model code that represented the largest single-step increase in efficiency in the history of the International Energy Conservation Code (IECC). NBI worked with AIA, U.S. DOE and other industry partners to offer proposals that improved the 2012 IECC by 20% to 30% including comprehensive changes to Chapter 7 of the IECC based largely on NBI’s Core Performance Guide. Core Performance describes a direct and prescriptive path to high performance building that is practical, achievable and affordable.


Informational Materials

The following information was developed by NBI and our partners to explain the proposals that would result in comprehensive changes to the 2012 IECC.


2012 IECC Development Hearings

Many of the changes to the 2012 IECC were approved at the preliminary Development Hearings Baltimore, Maryland, in November, 2009.  These are the original proposals that were approved at the Development Hearings.


2012 IECC Final Action Hearings

After a thorough public stakeholder process, proponents submitted multiple comments on July 1, 2010.  The following are the comments submitted and largely approved for the 2012 IECC at the Final Action Hearings in October 2010 in Charlotte, North Carolina:


Obtaining the 2012 IECC

The 2012 IECC was published in July 2011 and is available as a download or hard copy.

To order a copy of the 2012 IECC

 


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