Standards set a common language

By Rajvant Nijjhar, director of iVEES, Independent Verifiers of Energy Efficiency Savings.

Standards are important for a number of reasons. Firstly, a standard ensures that we all talk the same common language, as the meaning of key terms is clearly deined. Secondly, they create deinitive and repeatable tools, methodologies or approaches, providing a level playing field.

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