Changes to the New 2016 Code

We just finished our CTCAC applications for July submittals and wondered what the ramifications would be if we did not get selected for tax credits this round.  So, we ran additional calculations for 2016 compliance.  Our numbers varied between 22% and 41% less compliant than the existing code.  Our existing projects were all over 15% better than the 2013 code, and none of them would comply with the 2016 code which goes into effect January 2017.  So we modeled this project under the 2008 code for the CUAC calculations, the 2013 code, and the 2016 code for compliance just in case.

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