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Michigan Moves Forward With Updated Statewide Residential Energy Code

The Michigan Residential Code Review Committee has voted to approve a new statewide building energy code for residential buildings, with an expected effective date of January 2016.  The new code is based on the 2012 International Energy Conservation Code (IECC), with some modifications listed below. MEEA has analyzed the economic potential of [Continue]

MEEA assists the State of Illinois to Complete a Building Energy Benchmarking Pilot

MEEA has been actively involved with the State of Illinois, supporting their legislative mandate, Public Act 096-0896, to create a benchmarking and building energy labeling pilot. Working with the State of Illinois Capital Development Board and Department of Central Management Services led to the energy tracking, or benchmarking, of 17 buildings [Continue]

Thought Leadership Roundtables

Thought Leadership Roundtables

With our Wisconsin Thought Leadership Roundtable behind us, we take stock of the program and how it continues to provide value to those associated with MEEA. MEEA looks at these Roundtables as a way for us to travel the Midwest and get  face-time with our members, and to afford us the opportunity to stay in touch with [Continue]

BOC Grows in Michigan

BOC Grows in Michigan

MEEA will be hosting another Building Operator Certification program in Michigan this week which expects to have over 30 attendees. Michigan is the newest addition to the list of states in the Midwest where BOC courses are being offered. We have had good growth in the state for such a short period of time. Program [Continue]