Where can I find a copy of the current energy code?
Idaho's Energy Code is based on the International Energy Conservation Code. The IECC is a "comprehensive energy conservation code [that] establishes minimum regulations for energy-efficient buildings using prescriptive and performance-related provisions." A copy of the energy code can be viewed on the International Code Council website.
Current building codes and the Idaho amendments to the IECC are included in the Idaho Statutes and Administrative Rules.
When is the code updated?
The Idaho Building Code Board has the authority to adopt and amend building codes that establish energy conservation requirements for commercial and residential buildings in the state of Idaho. The most recent commercial energy conservation code adopted for the state of Idaho is based on the 2015 International Energy Conservation Code. The most recent residential energy conservation code adopted for the state of Idaho is based the 2012 International Energy Conservation Code, with amendments that maintain 2009 IECC energy efficiency requirements.
Who do I contact with questions about the energy code?
Please direct questions or concerns regarding the energy code to the Idaho Division of Building Safety.
Can I request training in my jurisdiction?
Yes! Qualified trainers are located throughout Idaho and have material readily available for a number of training topics including code overviews, air balancing, ventilation, duct blasting, the Energy Rating Index, and much more. To request training, contact Dave Freelove at 208-880-7589 or by email at email@example.com.