Information on and links to Residential Energy Code applications.
Please see information below regarding the two EC-1 forms available for use.
Residential Energy Code Certification Applications
The 2018 IECC is part of the NH State Building Code adopted by the NH Legislature on July 1, 2022, via House Bill 1681.
- Residential Energy Code Application (EC-1 Form) for 2018 Energy Code
- For Town of Durham Energy Code approval, please contact Audrey Cline, email@example.com
A Letter to Municipal Officials: Revisions to the Energy Code Resulting from HB1472 (2018)
Code amendments can be viewed at the New Hampshire Building Code Review Board.
Codebooks may be purchased from the International Code Council.
Energy Code training workshops are periodically scheduled in New Hampshire. Visit https://nhsaves.com/events/ to see if there are any upcoming workshops.
If the municipality is included on the list below, please continue to submit the EC-1 form to the Department of Energy for approval. For all municipalities which are not on this list, please contact your local building or code enforcement official and do not submit an EC-1 form to the Department of Energy.
- Center Harbor
- Harts Location
- New Castle
- New Hampton
- New London
- South Hampton
- Sugar Hill
- Waterville Valley
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