The following organizations provide training, technical assistance and guidance to state and local officials and the building industry with building code adoption, code updates, and code compliance and enforcement. Additional training programs and resources may be available in your state.
To learn more, contact your state energy office or local building department staff.
Energy Code Programs by State
For information on state and local code adoption activity by local jurisdictions, by state, visit the ICC website, BCAP’s Code Status Maps, or PNNL’s State Status Map page.
Arizona is a home rule state, with codes adopted and enforced by local jurisdictions.
Colorado is a home rule state, with codes adopted and enforced by local jurisdictions. The 2003 IECC or any successor edition, however, is the minimum energy code for any jurisdiction that has adopted a building code.
Nevada has a statewide energy code but no enforcement mechanism to require municipal government to adopt the code at the local level. Nevada adopted the 2012 IECC in March 2014 with an effective date of July 2015.
Wyoming is a home rule state, with codes adopted and enforced by local jurisdictions.
National Energy Code Programs
Online Training Resources and Event Calendars