• Make your voice heard: Comment on the Residential 2024 IECC update

    The 2024 draft Residential International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) is now out for public comment. Learn about the process and how you can make your voice heard in our latest blog and an on-demand webinar.

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    New Study Explores Potential of 120-Volt Heat Pump Water Heaters

    NBI, in partnership with Slipstream, is currently working with four utilities in the Midwest to assess the market for 120-volt HPWH products and analyze its technology in colder climates. Learn more in our latest blog

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  • NBI Releases a Game-Changing Model Code for Existing Buildings

    The Existing Buildings Decarbonization Code is an overlay to the 2021 International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) and covers residential and commercial retrofits. Click the button below to learn more and access our on demand webinar.

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    Embodied Carbon Draws Increased Attention from the Building Sector

    Embodied carbon makes up more than 11% of global greenhouse gas emissions. Learn more in a recent blog and an upcoming webinar on December 13.

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