WASHINGTON — The American National Standards Institute’s (ANSI) Energy Efficiency Standardization Coordination Collaborative (EESCC) is moving into the next phase of its effort to develop a standardization roadmap advancing energy efficiency in the built environment with its workgroups holding workshops in June and July.
The EESCC roadmap will identify current and forthcoming standards, codes, and conformance programs, pinpointing potential gaps, and articulating what additional standardization activities may be needed to advance energy efficiency relative to the built environment.
The first draft of the EESCC roadmap is expected by October 2013, with the final version anticipated for publication by mid-2014.
During its information-gathering phase, the collaborative collected input on more than 500 documents, 150 conformance programs, and a dozen perceived gaps via the EESCC inventory database.
Publication date: 6/17/2013