DOE Meeting Held to Discuss Possible ISO Energy Management System Standard
July 18, 2007
On July 10, 2007, hosted a meeting to obtain stakeholder input on a possible U.S. proposal for the development of international energy management system standards through the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). If proposed, the U.S. would seek the leadership of this ISO activity. The U.S. has an existing ANSI energy management standard: Management System for Energy — MSE 2000:2005, which would serve as the foundation for U.S. involvement in this effort.
Two draft documents have been developed and are available for your review and comment until July 20. Please send comments to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- ISO Proposal for a New Field of Technical Activity in Energy Management (PDF 52 KB) Download Adobe Reader.
- ISO Guide 72 Justification Study to accompany the Energy Management proposal to ISO (PDF 771 KB) Download Adobe Reader.
The results of this July 10 (Word 80 KB) meeting will be reported to ANSI, and the ANSI ISO Council will take this input into consideration as it determines whether to support submitting this proposal to ISO.
View the meeting agenda (Word 27 KB). The following meeting presentations are available online:
Government-Industry Collaboration to Achieve Improved U.S. Industrial Energy Intensity (PDF 468 KB)
presented by Paul Scheihing, U.S. DOE
ANSI and U.S. Participation in ISO (PDF 150 KB)
presented by Steven P. Cornish, ANSI
ANSI/MSE 2000:2005 A Management System for Energy (PDF 1.2 MB)
presented by Bill Meffert, Georgia Tech