Oklahoma Energy Code Adoption Toolkit: New construction is the most cost-effective point in the life of a building to establish energy efficiency elements. State policymakers in Oklahoma have established regulations with the intent to improve energy efficiency and reduce operating costs for their constituents, while protecting the air quality and natural resources of the state. However, these codes must be adopted and enforced at the local level. Read more.
Oklahoma Energy Efficiency Collaborative: SPEER supports the Oklahoma Energy Efficiency Collaborative that meets quarterly. By facilitating the Collaborative, SPEER connects industry stakeholders to share information and coordinate actions affecting energy code compliance, municipal goals, efficiency financing, and other issues. Read more.
Ambassadors: SPEER’s Energy Code Ambassadors are a select group of building officials, raters and builders who have received advanced training and can offer peer to peer support on the Energy Code in Texas and Oklahoma. SPEER now has 4 Ambassadors geographically dispersed throughout Oklahoma. Read more.
Training & Resources: SPEER maintains a comprehensive list of energy code adoption & enforcement resources, including compliance guides and listings of upcoming trainings. Read more.