It is important that policy makers continue to advocate, enforce and work towards achieving 90% statewide compliance with the new energy code by the year 2017 as assured from Governor John Lynch.
Properties that are built to the new energy code are more energy efficient - not only will they save the home owner money in heating and cooling expenses, but they also offer a safer and healthier environment to live and work in.
Below you will find quick reference guides and tools to help you learn more about the NH energy code affects policy makers in NH.
BECP's Resource Guide for Policy Makers *NEW*Download
BCAP's Gap Analysis for NHDownload
NEEP's Model Progressive Building Energy Codes Policy For NE StatesDownload (PDF)
BCAP's Policy Maker's Fact SheetDownload
Need more information? Check out these resources below!
- BECP's Top Ten Reasons for Building Energy Codes
- IMT's Energy Savings from Utility Involvement in Building Energy Codes
- SEE Action Building Energy Codes Working Group Blueprint
- IMT's Building Energy Transparency: A Framework for Implementing U.S. Commercial Energy Rating and Disclosure Policy Report