Hello,

I have received an email about how BPI is to adopt ASHRAE Standard 62.2-2010, replacing 62-89. Just wondering if anyone can explain what the difference between the two standards is and how it affects energy auditors who are currently using 62-89?

Thanks!

Eric

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Let us not forget that 62-89 does not exist anymore, and hasn't for over a year.  I'm glad to see BPI finally adopt this current standard, and get the non-existant standard off their books!                   

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