Statewide Energy Code Legislation Filed in Senate
Senator Joan Bray (
Under this bill, all buildings constructed or renovated in
The Department of Natural Resources must review the Missouri Uniform Building Energy Code within 9 months of any updates to the ASHRAE 90.1 or IECC standards, or at least once every 3 years, and must keep the Missouri Energy Code updated. The Department must also coordinate training on the code requirements for local governments, building inspectors, designers and builders and must conduct public information efforts for residential and commercial users. The Department may charge a fee for its costs to administer the act’s provisions.
The HBA of Greater Springfield and the HBA of Missouri members will be talking with State Representatives and Senators about our concerns with this bill on February 23 when we travel to Jefferson City for our Legislative Day. Transportation is provided via bus for our builder members. This event is complimentary for builder, remodeler and developer members. Want to join your fellow members on the bus? Call Jennifer at 881-3711 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Not a builder member but you would like to join us on the bus and support our advocacy efforts? Sponsors at the $250 and above level receive a seat(s) on the bus. Download sponsorship options by clicking here.