Illinois Energy Conservation Code Training and Support Program
2012 IECC - Frequently Asked Questions - 2012 IECC
These are “actual” responses from the Illinois Energy Office (Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity - DCEO), regarding provisions of The Illinois Energy Efficient Building Act [“the Act” 20 ILCS 3125], and categorized by subject matter for utility. These Technical Opinions offered on the Act are not exclusive, but offered willingly and openly to provide technical support and clarification of the International Energy Conservation Code® (IECC®) as it applies to the State of Illinois for adopting jurisdictions, design professionals, and members of the Illinois construction industry.
The opinions are based solely on the information provided by the inquirer. We have made no independent effort to verify the accuracy of the submitted information nor have we conducted a review beyond the scope of the questions involved.
While the Technical Opinions provided here are approved by the Illinois Energy Office and represent the official position of the DCEO—Division of Energy and Recycling, remember that only the code official has the authority to administer and enforce the code, and that the opinions of the Illinois Energy Office are advisory.
I. Additions Alterations and Renovations
II. Building Thermal Envelope (Walls, Windows, Doors and Skylights, Roofing, Floors, and Basement walls, etc.)
III. Building Diagnostic Tests
IV. Building Mechanical Systems
V. Building Lighting Systems
VI. Building Commissioning (Cx) (Coming Soon)
VII. Simulated Performance Alternatives (Coming Soon)