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Property Name Incentive/CodeChgCycle
Property Type Text
Description Code Change Cycle.


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Building Energy Code (Alabama) +No set schedule. Most recent update effective October 1, 2012
Building Energy Code (Alaska) +No set schedule. Most recent update effective: March 9, 2011
Building Energy Code (Arizona) +No set schedule. Arizona is a home rule state and legislation is the normal route through which changes in the energy code proceed.
Building Energy Code (Arkansas) +No set schedule. Most recent residential update effective: October 1, 2004.
Building Energy Code (California) +Three-year code change cycle. The 2008 Standards took effect January 1, 2010. The 2012 Standards are scheduled to take effect in 2014.
Building Energy Code (Colorado) +No set schedule. Most recent code update July 1, 2007.
Building Energy Code (Connecticut) +Not more than every four years. Most recent change effective October 7, 2011.
Building Energy Code (Delaware) +No set schedule. Most recent update effective: July 1, 2010.
Building Energy Code (Florida) +Triennial code revision process.
Building Energy Code (Georgia) +New editions of codes are reviewed as soon as practicable after publication. Supplements and amendments are updated annually.
Building Energy Code (Hawaii) +No set schedule. Most recent update: April 25, 2005.
Building Energy Code (Idaho) +Three-year code review cycle, concurrent with the publication of new editions of the model codes. Most recent code effective January 1, 2011
Building Energy Code (Illinois) +An automatic update provision directs the Capital Development Board to adopt each new version of the IECC within nine months of its publication, with an effective date three months afterwards. The latest code change became effective January 29, 2010. As required by law, the 2012 IECC will take effect on January 1, 2013.
Building Energy Code (Indiana) +State codes are revised as necessary. Most recent update effective November 2, 2011
Building Energy Code (Iowa) +The state energy code is reviewed on a three-year code cycle corresponding to publication of the IECC. Written requests for changes to the state energy code can be submitted to the state Building Code Bureau. All suggested code revisions are processed through the state administrative rule-making process involving publication, public comments, and public hearings. The latest code update was on January 1, 2010.
Building Energy Code (Kansas) +No set schedule. Most recent update: April 10, 2007
Building Energy Code (Kentucky) +Three-year code review/update cycle. Last updated on March 6, 2011, effective June 1, 2011.
Building Energy Code (Louisiana) +Beginning in January, 2007, codes are upgraded every 3 years. Last commercial code update effective on August 1, 2012. Last residential code effective January 1, 2011.
Building Energy Code (Maryland) +Codes are usually reviewed every three years with the publication of the new editions of the model code. Last update effective January 1, 2012.
Building Energy Code (Massachusetts) +The state Board of Building Regulations and Standards (BBRS) is required to revise the building code to the latest version of the IECC every three years. Public hearings are held each May and November to consider proposed modifications to the code. Most recent update effective February 5, 2011.
Building Energy Code (Michigan) +Three-year code review schedule.
Building Energy Code (Minnesota) +No set schedule. The 2009 Minnesota State Building Code became effective on June 1, 2009.
Building Energy Code (Mississippi) +No set schedule. Most recent update was effective on July 1, 1980.
Building Energy Code (Missouri) +No set schedule. Most recent update was adopted on January 26, 1996.
Building Energy Code (Montana) +Three-year code review/change cycle. The most recent update became effective on March 26, 2010 (the state's 46 local certified jurisdictions had an additional 90 days to adopt the same code and edition for their jurisdictions. All other areas are under the jurisdiction of the State Building Codes Bureau).
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