Comments sought on proposal for ISO/IEC standard.
Press Release Summary:
January 22, 2009 - Association Francaise de Normalisation has submitted work item proposal to ISO and IEC for standard on common international terminology for energy efficiency and renewable energy sources. As U.S. member bodies to ISO and IEC, ANSI and USNC invite interested stakeholders to submit comments by Feb 13, 2009. AFNOR's project will support metrics, calculation, and assessment methods, as well as methodologies and best practices needed by policy makers and standardization technical committees.
Original Press Release
Comments Sought on Proposal for ISO/IEC Standard on International Terminology for Renewable and Efficient Energy
Press release date: January 15, 2009
standard writing, coordination between the different technical committees, and standards understanding and application by users; and
clarification of relations between providers and clients (in procurement, contracts, and services). If approved, this International Standard will be developed under an ISO/IEC Joint Project Committee. All comments on the proposal should be sent to Steven P. Cornish, ANSI senior director of international policy (ISO) (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Rafael Lourenco, deputy general-secretary of the USNC (email@example.com) by the February deadline. The ANSI Virtual Technical Advisory Group (VTAG) for the ISO Technical Management Board (TMB) Strategic Advisory Group on Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Sources will work cooperatively with the USNC/IEC Technical Management Committee (TMC) Electronic Technical Advisory Group (ETAG) for the IEC Standardization Management Board (SMB) Strategic Group #1 on Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Sources to consider all comments received. Together the groups will develop a recommended ANSI/USNC position and comments on this proposal. The position and comments will then be sent to the ANSI ISO Council (AIC) and the USNC/IEC TMC for approval prior to being submitted to ISO and IEC.