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ISO seeks input on energy management and bioenergy standardization
February 6, 2014 - Thanks to ANSI for letting us know the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) Technical Management Board (TMB) Strategic Advisory Group on Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Sources (SAG E) has invited members of the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) Federation and other stakeholders in the international standardization community to participate in a new survey.
By Anthony Capkun
Individuals who take the survey will be supporting the evaluation of current and future issues related to energy management, energy efficiency and demand management, and bioenergy, among other related issues.
The SAG E was created by ISO’s TMB in 2008 to provide recommendations associated with a larger effort by ISO to examine approaches to prioritize and coordinate disparate standardization work being done by various groups and bodies of ISO on energy efficiency, renewable energy, and other topics linked to energy demand and supply, explains ANSI. In its work, SAG E previously found that more information is required on the needs of stakeholders in connection with renewable energy and energy efficiency standards, as well as on the impact of such standards on stakeholders, adds the institute.
The SURVEY is available online and all responses must be entered by February 21, 2014. It is designed to be taken in under 30 minutes and must be completed in a single sitting. Please note that all questions with an asterisk must be answered for the survey to be completed.