Four-hundred-billion dollars (that’s $400 billion!) spent on energy in U.S. buildings per year. Two years of work. Fifty-four organizations. One-hundred-twenty-five recommendations. These numbers only tell part of the story.
Finding Our Way… How New Roadmap Leads to Value for All
IREC Calls for Comments on Standard for Clean Energy Certificate Programs
As an American National Standards Institute (ANSI) accredited standards developer and national leader in training credentials, IREC’s Standard 14732:201X General Requirements for the Accreditation of Clean Energy Certificate Programs is out for public comment. Deadline to submit is 4/14.
Energy Efficiency Standardization Roadmap Open for Comment until 3/15/14
The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) Energy Efficiency Standardization Coordination Collaborative (EESCC) has released its Standardization Roadmap 1.0 with 116 action-oriented recommendations to advance energy efficiency in the built environment through standards and conformance activities.
Marathon to milestones: new consumer safeguards through standardized training
Just last week I spoke at the Workforce Development Institute annual conference by the American Association of Community Colleges. I shared with them how IREC has shifted into a higher clean energy gear – how new training safeguards are aligned…