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When Does the 2010 Indiana Energy Conservation Code Not Apply?

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When Does the 2010 Indiana Energy Conservation Code Not Apply?

It has been just over two years since Indiana adopted its new energy code, the 2010 Indiana Energy Conservation Code (IECC). During that time, a lot of rumors, inaccuracies, and confusion have emerged regarding the application of the code. The following is an attempt to clarify the issue using primary source materials. . In a nutshell: The 2012 IECC is mandatory statewide for Class 1 structures (commercial buildings and residential buildings with three or more dwelling units). For a definition of….

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2009 IECC vs 2010 IECC

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2009 IECC vs 2010 IECC

. In the State of Indiana, virtually all new construction projects involving Class 1 structures need to file with the Division of Fire and Building Safety. As part of the filing process, project teams must demonstrate that the new construction complies with the state’s energy code, the 2010 Indiana Energy Conservation Code (2010 IECC). Interestingly, the acronym for Indiana’s energy code is “IECC” – the same acronym adopted by the International Code Council for their International Energy Conservation Code. This has been a source of confusion….

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