This green paper, written in the Commonwealth of Kentucky and applicable to any jurisdictions in the U.S. and abroad, provides policy guidance to state and local authorities that wish to bring their building and energy conservation codes to more current technological and methodological standards. Specifically, this green paper presents the case for cycle-based adoption of model building and energy conservation codes published every three years by the International Code Council (ICC). In doing so, the paper also discusses the numerous benefits and challenges to implementing such a policy.
Mattingly, Hailey M.
"The Benefits and Challenges to Cycle-Based Adoption of the International Code Council’s Model Building and Energy Conservation Codes,"
Commonwealth Policy Papers: Vol. 2:
2023, Article 9.
Available at: https://ir.library.louisville.edu/cpp/vol2/iss2023/9