The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) attended the Final Action Hearings of the International
Code Council® on September 17-23, 2008, at the Minneapolis Convention Center, Minneapolis,
MN. Released before the hearings, the new Setting the Standard highlights this event in its
series about DOE's goal to reduce the energy consumption of International Energy
Conservation Code® (IECC) compliant homes by 30%, relative to the 2006 IECC, by the year
The Final Action Hearings closed a three-year code development cycle that considered more
energy efficiency improvements than any development cycle in the history of the IECC.
|The All Wall products are great for the environment|
|Less Energy Use than "Any other Method of Construction"|
|Proven by Dept of Energy|
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|You have No Idea, how frustrating this is for
companies that have exceeded, for over 9
years, what the BECP 'thinks' is a major
|The only reason 30% is a big Milestone for the BECP is because this is the best they
can get when
they keep tring to build a hollow wall system using wood.
A method of construction that has been proven for years to be a method of construction
that was great for it's time and was required years ago, but is an outdated method of
construction and uses more energy than many other methods, as well as the energy
use of wood constructed homes gets worse over time.