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Input to Play Key Role in Development of EESCC Standardization Roadmap NEW YORK,
March 19, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The
American National Standards Institute (ANSI)
Energy Efficiency Standardization Coordination Collaborative (EESCC) has issued a
general call for input regarding current or forthcoming standards, codes, guidelines, and conformance programs related to energy efficiency standardization in the built environment, as well as perceived gaps in the current energy efficiency standardization landscape. The EESCC is reaching out to individuals and groups in the larger standardization community and beyond, as well as to current EESCC members and organizations in the ANSI federation, to solicit input that will inform the development of a standardization roadmap advancing energy efficiency in the built environment.
The EESCC is a cross-sector initiative dedicated to increasing awareness, adoption, and implementation of standards, codes, and conformance activities among policy makers and the market through the creation of the roadmap.
The EESCC is looking to obtain as much information as possible in its EESCC Inventory Database by
Monday, April 1. The database is intended to capture critical information that the EESCC and its five working groups will consider in developing the standardization roadmap.
All stakeholders are encouraged to provide information on relevant documents, conformance programs, and gaps in advance of this date. The EESCC Inventory and its three online entry forms are available on the EESCC website at
The EESCC roadmap will articulate the value of standardization programs related to energy efficiency in the built environment, and will help the private-sector standardization community and federal agencies focus their efforts on any identified gaps in this area. More than 50 member organizations involving over 130 experts from industry, standards and code developing organizations, energy efficiency–focused organizations, educational institutions, and other groups are currently involved in the effort.