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    CHAPTER1 [CE]
    SCOPE AND ADMINISTRATION

    PART1SCOPE AND APPLICATION

    SECTIONC101
    SCOPE AND GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

    C101.1Title.

    This code shall be known as the International Energy Conservation Code of [NAME OF JURISDICTION], and shall be cited as such. It is referred to herein as “this code.”

    C101.2Scope.

    This code applies to commercial buildings and the buildings’ sites and associated systems and equipment.

    C101.3Intent.

    This code shall regulate the design and construction of buildings for the use and conservation of energy over the life of each building. This code is intended to provide flexibility to permit the use of innovative approaches and techniques to achieve this objective. This code is not intended to abridge safety, health or environmental requirements contained in other applicable codes or ordinances.

    C101.4Applicability.

    Where, in any specific case, different sections of this code specify different materials, methods of construction or other requirements, the most restrictive shall govern. Where there is a conflict between a general requirement and a specific requirement, the specific requirement shall govern.

    C101.4.1Mixed occupancy.

    Where a building includes both residential and commercial occupancies, each occupancy shall be separately considered and meet the applicable provisions of IECC—Commercial Provisions or IECC—Residential Provisions.

    C101.5Compliance.

    Residential buildings shall meet the provisions of IECC—Residential Provisions. Commercial buildings shall meet the provisions of IECC—Commercial Provisions.

    C101.5.1Compliance materials.

    The code official shall be permitted to approve specific computer software, worksheets, compliance manuals and other similar materials that meet the intent of this code.