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Nevada Gap Analysis
Building Codes Assistance Project (BCAP)
BCAP is a non-profit advocacy organization established in 1994 as a joint initiative of the Alliance to SaveEnergy, the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy, and the Natural Resources DefenseCouncil. BCAP focuses on providing state and local governments in the U.S., as well as stakeholderorganizations, with support on code adoption and implementation through direct assistance, research,data analysis, and coordination with other activities and allies. With over sixteen years of experiencesupporting numerous state energy offices and city building departments, along with tracking codeactivities across the country, BCAP is well-positioned to assist in local and statewide activity to advancecodes. As a trusted resource, BCAP is able to identify and navigate past policy and programmatic pitfallsto help states and jurisdictions put the best possible strategy in place to improve efficiency in both newand existing buildings. Our work pulls together local efforts, identifies national-scale issues, and providesa broad perspective, unbiased by corporate/material interests. BCAP also hosts OCEAN—an onlineinternational best practice network for energy codes—and is increasingly working abroad to gather andshare best practices that provide value across organizations.
Nevada Gap Analysis
We would like to acknowledge the financial support of the Department of Energy, which made thisreport possible. State officials also collaborated in the production of this report, providingcomprehensive background information, local stakeholders contacts, and—perhaps most critically—ongoing review of our work. In particular, we would like to acknowledge the aid of Emily Nunez with theRenewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Authority (REEEA) and Hatice Gecol, formerly with REEEA aswell as Dave Nichols, Administrator of the Southwest region of the International Code Council, and EricMakela, of Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. A number of local code officials also contributed toour efforts to learn about energy code issues at the local level. Among these officials was ChristopherKnight of Las Vegas. We also would like to acknowledge a number of code officials and buildingprofessionals who provided us with crucial insights and chose to remain anonymous.Cover image courtesy of Flickr Creative Commons, author Frank Kovalchek.

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