Maps: Commercial & Residential Energy Code Adoptions by State
Originally published by: Dept. of Energy — January 1, 2017
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Below of maps of the commercial and residential energy code adoptions across the United States. It should be noted the DOE has updated the way it tracks adoption, resulting in a more advanced characterization of state energy codes. As of September 2016, adoption is tracked based on a quantitative analysis of energy savings impacts within a given state. This provides a greater level of accuracy and replaces the previous approach, which was comprised of a simpler qualitative review of state code titles and provisions. Learn more.
Commercial Energy Code Adoption
Residential Energy Code Adoption