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Cherylyn Kelley, IMT

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Energy Codes: The Year in Review and a Look Ahead

Energy efficiency standards might not make the hottest dinner part topic but they have a huge impact on our daily lives. In this column, Cherylyn Kelley, IMT's Manager, Building Energy Codes and Policy, reviews 2022 highlights and offers insights into what's coming up this year, including federal funding available through the Inflation Reduction Act and updates on the International Energy Conservation Codes (IECC).
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Why Leslie Knope Would Be Proud of the New Federal Energy Efficiency Requirements

In May, the White House announced that HUD and the USDA are proposing to require the latest energy codes as a condition of financing and assisting newly constructed homes. In this column, Cherylyn Kelley at IMT explains why this announcement is a big deal and why, after years of advocacy work by many individuals and organizations, this month’s codes news has her feeling like a Pawnee superstar.
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Energy Codes Forecast 2024: Money, Politics, and a New Model Code

It’s gearing up to be another banner year for energy codes across the U.S. The Institute for Market Transformation's (IMT) Cherylyn Kelley covers recent developments and where energy codes may go next.
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