October 19, 2022

SEAC ICC Group B Recommendations and Public Comments Update

Renewable Energy Proposals for 2024 International Code Council (ICC) Codes pertaining to the Online Governmental Vote, October 17-November 1, 2022

Recommendations for the ICC Group B Online Governmental Vote–October 17 through November 1, 2022–for Renewable Energy Proposals for the 2024 International Code Council (ICC) Codes

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The purpose of these recommendations is to provide guidance on code change proposals (including public comments approved at the live Public Comment Hearings in Louisville) to facilitate the deployment and use of clean, affordable, renewable energy in a safe, efficient, and sustainable manner.

ICC Group B Public Comment Hearings (PCH) were held September 11th–18th in Louisville, Kentucky. You can watch video transcripts of all testimony and voting at the PCH here.

SEAC ICC Group B Voter Recommendations have been updated for the choices Governmental Member Voting Representatives now have in their online ballots. The voting period for the online Governmental Vote is from Monday, October 17th through Tuesday, November 1st at 11:59 p.m. Pacific.

To learn more about the general ICC Code Development Process, here is a helpful overview.


This material is based upon work supported by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) under the Solar Energy and Technologies Office Award Number DE-EE0009002.0001. The views expressed herein do not necessarily represent the views of the U.S. Department of Energy or the United States Government.

The International Code Council is represented on the SEAC Steering Committee by ICC staff. ICC staff has abstained from the development of this guide, SEAC code change proposals and SEAC comments for the ICC Code Development Process, per ICC policies like CP 28. ICC and ICC staff have not facilitated or assisted with the distribution of this guide. There is no ICC endorsement, expressed or implied, of the positions and proposals made by SEAC during the ICC Code Development Process.

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