Energy Codes

Promoting code compliance across Texas and Oklahoma through education and outreach. We aim to optimize energy efficiency, durability, and affordability. One way we do this is through our Energy Codes Ambassador Program. Interested in applying? Learn more and become a SPEER Ambassador today!

YouTube Channel

Browse our webinar archive


Adoption and enforcement of new energy codes can be difficult. Our goal is to help you understand what the code says, what it means, and what compliance looks like.


We compile the most up-to-date code information across Texas and Oklahoma, providing you a one-stop-shop for the latest building standards and code adoptions.


We want to bring clarity to a field that can be confusing. That’s why we team-up with public and private partners to bring you vetted and proven insights. 


Energy efficiency needs champions, and we can’t do it alone. Our ambassadors take lessons learned at SPEER and evangelize throughout their circles of influence.


One of our top priorities is empowering you to be effective in the long-run. Having access to the industry’s best tools will help you stay ahead of the game.

Events & Opportunities

There are always cool and interesting new opportunities to learn with SPEER. We live to learn, and we love to train. Check out our calendar for details!

Everything you need in one place.

Wondering about the latest disaster remediation resources? Compliance guides? Fact sheets? What about building standards from ACCA and the ICC?

Everything You Need to Know

Not only have we compiled the latest guidance from the International Code Council, but we also mapped out the current adopted codes for local governments.

We love training. It’s our bread and butter. From in-person group opportunities to dynamic webinars, we try to be with you every step of the way. Check out our calendar, or reach out to one of our experts.  


Our staff brings you a detailed analysis of the topics that affect you.

January, 2019

Home Energy Variability Study

Home energy ratings are experiencing a growing role in energy code compliance. This U.S. Department of Energy study explores the consistency and replicability of these ratings.

September, 2017

Observations of Insulation Products In Flood Damaged Homes

This report is a summary of field observations of insulation products exposed to flood waters resulting from Hurricane Harvey that delivered catastrophic rainfall to the Houston metropolitan area from August 17 to September 2, 2017. The report was created to bring awareness to the issue of how insulation products are affected by flooding and is not a comprehensive scientific study of this issue

Connect with us Today

At SPEER, our sole purpose is to help you and your organization move toward a more energy-efficient end-state. Our team supports a robust member network with training, peer support, and advocacy. Join us!