Posts Tagged ‘ Alliance to Save Energy (ASE) ’

Local Governments Vote for Safety and Efficiency Building Code Updates

Jan 14th, 2020

The preliminary voting results for several building codes including the International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) and the International Residential Code (IRC) have been released. Proposed updates and changes to building codes, which are managed by the International Code Council (ICC), are voted on every three years to incorporate new developments and meet modern-day minimum levels […]

Report Points to Significant Energy Savings Through Building Codes and Standards

Dec 27th, 2019

A report designed to quantify the impacts of energy-related policies and investments on aspects of U.S. environmental and economic health found promising results lately. According to Energy Efficiency Impact Report, codes have reduced energy usage in buildings by more than 40% over the last four decades. Produced by Alliance to Save Energy (ASE), the American […]

Current Tax Incentive Updates Leave ASE Unsatisfied

Dec 17th, 2019

The Alliance to Save Energy (ASE) released a statement today expressing its dissatisfaction with legislation moving through congress, suggesting that it fails to include needed reforms to energy efficiency tax incentives for homes and buildings. Amendments added to the Further Consolidated Appropriation Act, 2020 would extend tax incentives until the end of 2020 for meeting […]