BSR/RESNET 1201-202x

Reaffirmation is required for American National Standards that have not been updated or revised within 5 years and the sponsoring ANSI Accredited Standards Developer intends to continue their maintenance. Standard 1201-2016 has not been revised since its adoption in 2016 and SDC 300 does not propose revisions at this time. The SDC has determined that standard ANSI/RESNET 1201-2016 will be reaffirmed.


Standard 1201-2016 specifies a method of test for evaluating calibration methods that are used to reconcile building energy models with measured energy consumption data. The standard test procedure applies to calibration methods used with computer programs.


Per ANSI requirements the entirety of standards that are to be reaffirmed must be presented to the public for comment before they are reaffirmed. BSR/RESNET/ICC 1201-202x is submitted for public comment for 45 days, beginning October 8, 2021, and ending November 22, 2021. The entire standard is open for comment. To review and comment on the Draft follow the links below.

BSR/RESNET/ICC 1201-202x

Comment on BSR/RESNET/ICC 1201-202x

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