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|IncentiveJurisdictionsPercent='''2006 IECC:''' Algonquin, Bartlett, Batavia, Bellwood, Big Rock, Caledonia, Calumet City, Cortland, Countryside, Des Plaines, Du Page County, Edwardsville, Flossmoor, Fox River Grove, Galena, Homer Glen, Jersey County, Jerseyville, Kingston, Kirkland, Libertyville, Lincolnshire, Lindenhurst, Manhattan, Mt. Carmel, Naperville, New Lenox, Northbrook, Oak Forest, Palos Heights, Palos Park, Peoria, Peoria County, Rantoul, Round Lake, Sangamon County, South Holland, Sterling, Streator  '''2003 IECC:''' Andover, Ashton, Atkinson, Bethalto, Bloomingdale, Breese, Burr Ridge, Byron, Calumet Park, Cambridge, Canton, Carol Stream, Charleston, Creston, Crete, East Alton, East Moline, Elgin, Elmhurst, Geneseo, Geneva, Gilbert, Glen Carbon, Glen Ellyn, Grayslake, Hanover Park, Highland, Hillcrest, Hoffman Estates, Illinois State Board of Education, Joliet, Maryville, Matteson, Minooka, Norridge, Oak Park, Orland Hills, Palatine, Pekin, Plainfield, Prospect Heights, Rochelle, Rockford, Rolling Meadows, Romeoville, Schaumburg, South Elgin, Spring Grove, Thornton, Troy, Wauconda, Wayne, West Chicago, Wheeling, Will County, Worth  '''2000 IECC:''' Addison, Apple Canyon Lake POA, Barrington, Bolingbrook, Braidwood, Country Club Hills, De Kalb County, Deerfield, Downers Grove, East Dundee, Flora, Glendale Heights, Glenview, Hampshire, Highland Park, Hinckley, Hinsdale, Lee, Manteno, Maple Park, Mokena, Olympia Fields, Shabbona, West Dundee, Yorkville  '''1998 IECC:''' Orland Park, Willow Springs '''Other local codes:''' Cahokia, Cantrall, Chicago, Clear Lake Villa, Collinsville, Lemont
 
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''Much of the information presented in this summary is drawn from the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Building Energy Codes Program and the Building Codes Assistance Project (BCAP). For more detailed information about building energy codes, visit the [http://www.energycodes.gov/implement/state_codes/index.stm DOE] and [http://www.bcap-energy.org/ BCAP] websites.''<br /><br />Prior to 2004 the primary energy conservation law in Illinois was the Illinois Public Utilities Act (revised in 1986.) This law required Illinois investor-owned electric utilities to use least-cost energy planning, which required the use of economical energy conservation when new resources for electricity were required. This requirement was implemented by utilities and monitored by the Illinois Commerce Commission through the least-cost energy planning process.<br /><br />[http://www.ilga.gov/legislation/publicacts/fulltext.asp?name=093-0936&GA=093 Public Act 093-0936] (Illinois Energy Conservation Code for Commercial Buildings) was signed into law in August, 2004. The Illinois Energy Conservation Code for Commercial Buildings became effective April 8, 2006. This law requires all commercial construction for which a building permit application is received by a municipality or county to follow a comprehensive statewide energy conservation code. The administrative rules for this change became effective October 9, 2007. No equivalent law covering residential building construction has yet been passed. <br /><br />For more information on the Illinois Energy Conservation Code for Commercial Buildings, go to: [http://www.ildceo.net/dceo/Bureaus/Energy_Recycling/IECC.htm www.ildceo.net/dceo/Bureaus/Energy_Recycling/IECC.htm].
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''Much of the information presented in this summary is drawn from the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Building Energy Codes Program and the Building Codes Assistance Project (BCAP). For more detailed information about building energy codes, visit the [http://www.energycodes.gov/implement/state_codes/index.stm DOE] and [http://www.bcap-energy.org/ BCAP] websites.''
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Prior to 2004 the primary energy conservation law in Illinois was the Illinois Public Utilities Act (revised in 1986.) This law required Illinois investor-owned electric utilities to use least-cost energy planning, which required the use of economical energy conservation when new resources for electricity were required. This requirement was implemented by utilities and monitored by the Illinois Commerce Commission through the least-cost energy planning process.
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[http://www.ilga.gov/legislation/publicacts/fulltext.asp?name=093-0936&GA=093 Public Act 093-0936] (Illinois Energy Conservation Code for Commercial Buildings) was signed into law in August, 2004. The Illinois Energy Conservation Code for Commercial Buildings became effective April 8, 2006. This law requires all commercial construction for which a building permit application is received by a municipality or county to follow a comprehensive statewide energy conservation code. The administrative rules for this change became effective October 9, 2007. No equivalent law covering residential building construction has yet been passed.  
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For more information on the Illinois Energy Conservation Code for Commercial Buildings, go to: [http://www.ildceo.net/dceo/Bureaus/Energy_Recycling/IECC.htm www.ildceo.net/dceo/Bureaus/Energy_Recycling/IECC.htm].
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|IncentiveContactAddress1=620 East Adams Street
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|IncentiveContactPhone=(217) 785-3983
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|IncentiveContactWebsite=http://www.commerce.state.il.us/dceo/Bureaus/Energy_Recycling/
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|IncentiveContactName=Greg Lenaghan
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{{Incentive Contact
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|IncentiveContactDepartment=Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity
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|IncentiveContactAddress1=620 East Adams
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|IncentiveContactName=Bruce Selway
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<ref>[http://www.dsireusa.org/about About DSIRE] Database of State Incentives for Renewables & Efficiency accessed September 9, 2009</ref>
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==References==
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Revision as of 02:57, 16 September 2009


Last modified on September 16, 2009.

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Much of the information presented in this summary is drawn from the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Building Energy Codes Program and the Building Codes Assistance Project (BCAP). For more detailed information about building energy codes, visit the DOE and BCAP websites.

Prior to 2004 the primary energy conservation law in Illinois was the Illinois Public Utilities Act (revised in 1986.) This law required Illinois investor-owned electric utilities to use least-cost energy planning, which required the use of economical energy conservation when new resources for electricity were required. This requirement was implemented by utilities and monitored by the Illinois Commerce Commission through the least-cost energy planning process.

Public Act 093-0936 (Illinois Energy Conservation Code for Commercial Buildings) was signed into law in August, 2004. The Illinois Energy Conservation Code for Commercial Buildings became effective April 8, 2006. This law requires all commercial construction for which a building permit application is received by a municipality or county to follow a comprehensive statewide energy conservation code. The administrative rules for this change became effective October 9, 2007. No equivalent law covering residential building construction has yet been passed.

For more information on the Illinois Energy Conservation Code for Commercial Buildings, go to: www.ildceo.net/dceo/Bureaus/Energy_Recycling/IECC.htm.








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References

  1. About DSIRE Database of State Incentives for Renewables & Efficiency accessed September 9, 2009