Board Meeting- Oct 5,2020

ICC Board of Directors Meeting – October 5, 2020

Legal Notice:

By listening to the October 5, 2020 ICC Board of Directors Meeting (the “Meeting”), or any part thereof, You, for and on behalf of yourself and your heirs, successors, assigns and affiliates, agree to and acknowledge the following terms: The Meeting Live Stream (the “Live Stream”) is expressly and exclusively owned, controlled and operated by the International Code Council, Inc. (“ICC”). The Live Stream, as a whole and each of its constituent parts, are protected by a combination of copyright, trademark, service mark, trade name, and other intellectual property and proprietary rights of ICC, and these and all other applicable rights are reserved by ICC.  No portion of the Live Stream may be recorded, reproduced, reverse engineered, decompiled, disassembled, modified, transmitted and/or distributed in any form.

Technical Training Program

INTRODUCTION

The International Code Council’s Technical Training Program is one part of ICC’s Safety 2.0 initiative to welcome the next generation of leaders to the building safety profession. This program works in tandem with existing construction trades, construction technology and engineering programs to encourage high schools, colleges and trade schools to teach students about codes and standards.

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STUDENTS

Participating Schools TESTIMONIALS VIDEOS FAQs HSTP

Participating Schools FAQs TESTIMONIALS VIDEOS VIDEOS 2

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Energy Efficiency and Carbon Reduction

Energy Efficiency and Carbon Reduction

Energy fuels our lives - households, businesses and society in general. Yet, energy use and associated greenhouse gas emissions can pose significant challenges to communities, homeowners and renters, and business owners.  

  • Americans currently spend more than $200 billion annually on energy bills. 
  • Energy use impacts housing affordability, with low-income households facing a median energy burden three-times that of non-low-income households.
  • Globally, buildings and building construction sectors combined are responsible for over one-third of global final energy consumption and nearly 40 percent of total direct and indirect CO2 emissions. 

However, there are solutions. Building energy codes contribute to the health, safety and welfare of communities and citizens, reducing energy bills, improving occupant and community health, enhancing resilience and reducing greenhouse gas emissions.  

Homeowners recognize the benefits of investing in energy efficiency. According to the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB), Americans are willing to invest in long-term energy savings – “Nearly half of home buyers are willing to invest between $1,000 and $9,999 for $1,000 annual savings on their utility bills according to 2019 survey results 

The International Code Council Family of Companies has resources available to assist jurisdictions, builders, manufacturers, and the public with building energy efficiency ranging from support for adoption and implementation of the International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) to a toolkit for states and communities with advanced energy efficiency and carbon reduction goals. 

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Energy Efficiency and Decarbonization Contact Information

Ryan Colker
Vice President, Innovation
500 New Jersey Avenue, NW, 6th Floor
Washington, DC 20001
U.S.A.
+(202) 730-3978 or +(888) 422-7233, ext. 6257

Board Meeting- Sept 16,2020

ICC Board of Directors Meeting – September 16, 2020

Legal Notice:

By listening to the September 16, 2020 ICC Board of Directors Meeting (the “Meeting”), or any part thereof, You, for and on behalf of yourself and your heirs, successors, assigns and affiliates, agree to and acknowledge the following terms: The Meeting Live Stream (the “Live Stream”) is expressly and exclusively owned, controlled and operated by the International Code Council, Inc. (“ICC”). The Live Stream, as a whole and each of its constituent parts, are protected by a combination of copyright, trademark, service mark, trade name, and other intellectual property and proprietary rights of ICC, and these and all other applicable rights are reserved by ICC.  No portion of the Live Stream may be recorded, reproduced, reverse engineered, decompiled, disassembled, modified, transmitted and/or distributed in any form.

 

United States of America

The USA uses the International Codes with adoption and implementation on a state or local basis. For detailed information about the codes used in each jurisdiction in the USA, please refer to the Code Adoption Resource in the Advocacy section of the Code Council website.

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