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Energy codes create safe, resilient, and habitable structures based on building science and physics principals for heat, air, and moisture transfer—all of which have real and significant impacts on human lives and health. Our message to builders, architects, engineers, local building departments, and health and safety advocates: the energy code is a life safety code. [read more]
Energy efficiency can improve public health by reducing pollution and making people’s homes safer. In a pioneering report, ACEEE's Health and Environment Program documents how saving energy does more than save money — it protects health. [read more]
Staying on an earlier energy code is like keeping your computer on, say, Windows XP or Windows Vista. It’s no longer supported, it’s buggy in places, it doesn’t work with other programs, and you’re left behind while the rest of the country has updated... [read more]