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Energy Efficiency Standardization Coordination Collaborative (EESCC)

Energy Efficiency Standardization Coordination Collaborative

EESCC Overview

Advancements in energy efficiency can help power the U.S. economy and job creation, increase competitiveness, and boost U.S. energy security. Realizing the promise of energy efficiency demands a comprehensive national approach, and close coordination between the public and private sectors.

The ANSI Energy Efficiency Standardization Coordination Collaborative (EESCC) published a strategic roadmap in June 2014 detailing the standards and conformity assessment programs needed to enable a more energy- and water-efficient built environment. Developed by over 160 public- and private-sector experts from more than 50 member organizations and 4 federal agencies, the roadmap established a national framework to which U.S. industry, government, standards developing organizations, and others can look to enable greater energy and water efficiency capabilities for the nation’s buildings.

In April 2016, the collaborative issued a progress report highlighting the standardization community’s known progress to address the standards-based gaps identified in the roadmap.

EESCC Publications and Resources

 EESCC Progress Report [April 2016]

 Standardization Roadmap: Energy Efficiency in the Built Environment [June 2014]

About EESCC

The EESCC is a cross-sector, neutral forum and focal point for broad-based coordination among energy efficiency activities involving or impacted by standardization (i.e., standards, codes, conformance activities) and regulations.

A member-funded collaborative, the EESCC brings together experts from industry, federal agencies, standards and code developing organizations, energy and water efficiency-focused organizations, educational institutions, and other groups to shape the future of energy and water efficiency standardization. The EESCC does not develop standards; rather, it brings affected stakeholders together to discuss, coordinate, and connect energy efficiency standardization activities.

Meetings

 All web meetings are posted in the EESCC member document library.

Staff Contacts

Jana Zabinski
Associate Director, Operations
Tel: 212.642.8901
jzabinski@ansi.org

Janet Felts Forte
Sr. Program Administrator, Standards Facilitation
Tel: 212.642.4903
jforte@ansi.org

Document Library

The EESCC Document Library contains documents relating to the work of the collaborative for access by EESCC members.

 Access the document library (password access for EESCC members)

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