"The Unclear Future of the Energy Conservation Code "
Author: Handwork, David
Published In: Facilities Manager
Date: May/June 2010
President Howard Taft once stated, “A system in which we may have an enforced rest from legislation for two years is not bad.” In an era of quickly evolving codes and legislation relating to environmental issues and building energy efficiency, a period of rest is well warranted. The speed of evolution is threatening to cost facilities for energy efficiency, when currently it generally provides an appreciable return on investment. Since its inception, the
application of 90.1 code has produced well documented success of improved building efficiencies. Code Talkers column.
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