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Explained: City of Austin IECC 2021 Energy Credits Code Updates (VIDEO)

In the final episode of a four-part series, our MEP team discusses how energy credits code updates will affect building designers and developers in Austin, TX.

On September 1st, 2021, the City of Austin adopted the 2021 International Energy Conservation Code (IECC). You may have noticed that Austin completely skipped the 2018 version of the code, meaning that we are now adopting older changes from 2018 as well as new changes in 2021.

In the final episode of a four-part series, our MEP team discusses how key changes in the Energy Credits Code will affect building designers and developers in Austin, TX.

Check out our first three IECC code updates videos here:

Then watch our latest code updates video on Energy Credits below!

 

Do you still have questions about the IECC code updates? Contact our MEP Engineering team now by filling out the Contact Us form!

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