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WV Energy Code Primer

West Virginia residents and business owners can save thousands of dollars if their city or county adopts and enforces state building energy codes, according to a new report from Energy Efficient West Virginia, and Morgantown-based consulting firm Downstream Strategies.

Energy codes are widely used building codes that reduce energy use by regulating the design and components of buildings, such as heating and air conditioning systems, ventilation, wall insulation, windows, and lighting.

A virtual workshop for counties, municipalities and other interested parties highlighting the findings of the report will be held on March 11th at 10am. Registration is available here.

You can download the full report and a summary below.

Dan Taylor,
Feb 11, 2021, 10:00 AM