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Arkansas law requires that residential homes comply with the 2003 IECC. Commercial buildings must meet the 2009 IECC or ASHRAE 90.1-2007. The state has completed several incentives for energy-efficient purchases offered solely by the state.
Curry said the Electric Cooperatives of Arkansas have long promoted energy efficiency, and the outlets, the cooperatives help educate Arkansans on methods to make their homes and businesses more energy efficient.”
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