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Property Name Incentive/ResCode
Property Type Text
Description Residential Code.

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Aspen & Pitkin County - Renewable Energy Mitigation Program (Colorado) +2009 IECC with local amendments. Special offset requirements for snowmelt systems, outdoor spas and pools, and houses larger than 4,999 square feet  +
Aspen and Pitkin County - Efficient Building Program (Colorado) +Requirements vary depending on whether the building is residential, large residential, or publicly funded low-income housing  +
Building Energy Code (Alabama) +2009 IRC with Alabama amendments  +
Building Energy Code (Alaska) +The 2011 Building Energy Efficiency Standards (BEES) is a state-developed code based on the 2009 IECC with Alaska-specific amendments.  +
Building Energy Code (Arizona) +No mandatory statewide code  +
Building Energy Code (Arkansas) +Arkansas Energy Code, 2003 IECC with state-specific amendments, mandatory statewide; can use REScheck to show compliance.  +
Building Energy Code (California) +State developed code, [http://www.energy.ca.gov/title24/index.html Title 24, Part 6], exceeds 2009 IECC, and is mandatory statewide. Buildings must also meet requirements set by CALGreen, the statewide green building code.  +
Building Energy Code (Colorado) +2003 IECC or any successor edition is the minimum energy code for any jurisdiction that has adopted a building code; can use REScheck to show compliance.  +
Building Energy Code (Connecticut) +2005 Connecticut State Building Code and 2009 Amendment; includes 2006 IECC  +
Building Energy Code (Delaware) +2009 IECC, mandatory statewide  +
Building Energy Code (Florida) +State developed code, Energy Efficiency Standards of the 2010 Florida Building Code (2010 FBC)  +
Building Energy Code (Georgia) +2011 Georgia State Minimum Standard Energy Code; includes 2009 IECC with Georgia-specific amendments, mandatory statewide.  +
Building Energy Code (Hawaii) +2006 IECC  +
Building Energy Code (Idaho) +2009 IECC mandatory statewide  +
Building Energy Code (Illinois) +The Illinois Energy Conservation Code incorporates the 2009 IECC for all residential buildings 3 or fewer stories in height (4 or less if in Chicago). This code is mandatory statewide.  +
Building Energy Code (Indiana) +2005 Indiana Residential Code with 2011 Amendments (2009 IECC, 2009 IRC Mandatory)  +
Building Energy Code (Iowa) +2009 IECC mandatory statewide. Can use REScheck to show compliance.  +
Building Energy Code (Kansas) +Kansas has no statewide code for residential structures, but over 50% of the State’s current residential construction occurs in jurisdictions that have adopted either the 2009 or 2012 version of the IECC. For new residential construction, the State requires realtors and homebuilders to fill out an energy efficiency disclosure form and provide it to potential buyers.  +
Building Energy Code (Kentucky) +2007 Kentucky Residential Code based 2006 IECC, 2006 IRC mandatory  +
Building Energy Code (Louisiana) +2006 IRC mandatory statewide. Chapter 11 of the IRC provides energy conservation standards  +
Building Energy Code (Maryland) +2012 Maryland Building Performance Standards, based on 2012 IECC, ASHRAE 90.1-2010  +
Building Energy Code (Massachusetts) +Eighth Edition, Massachusetts Building Code Residential Volume (780 CMR) stipulates that new homes comply with 2009 IECC, with MA amendments.  +
Building Energy Code (Michigan) +2009 Michigan Uniform Energy Code (MUEC) based on 2009 IECC  +
Building Energy Code (Minnesota) +Chapter 1322 (based on the 2006 IRC) of the 2009 Minnesota State Building Code. Mandatory statewide, REScheck is not available  +
Building Energy Code (Mississippi) +State energy code, based on ASHRAE 90-1975; voluntary.  +