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.
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.
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.
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…