The Building Performance Institute, Inc. (BPI) is proud to announce that BPI-2400-S-2012: Standard Practice for the Standardized Qualification of Whole-House Energy Savings Predictions by Calibration to Energy Use History, also known as the "Delta Standard," has been published as an American National Standards Institute (ANSI) standard.

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Hmmm.

"In 1993 we put together this great program that's all about saving energy.  Maybe for our 20th anniversary we should develop a process to see if promised savings actually realize...?"

Hey, putting personal frustration aside, this is great news.  I wish it had happened sooner, but definitely a good sign.  

Now if they take it one step further and include the registry Rick Gerardi writes about, they'll make this really meaningful.  

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