IEC 62934:2021 provides terms and definitions in the subject area of grid integration of renewable energy generation. The technical issues of grid integration mainly focus on the issues caused by renewable energy generation with variable sources and/or converter based technology, such as wind power and photovoltaic power generation. Some renewable energy generations such as hydro power and biomass power with a relatively continuously available primary energy source and a rotating generator are conventional sources of generation, and are therefore not covered in this document.
The intention of this document is to answer the question "what do the words mean" and not "under what conditions do the terms apply".

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IEC 63252:2020 defines methods for the measurement of energy consumption of vending machines, whether or not fitted with refrigerating appliances. The standard applies (but is not limited) to the following categories of machines: - Refrigerated closed-fronted can and bottle machines where the products are held in stacks - Refrigerated glass-fronted can and bottle, confectionery and snack machines - Refrigerated glass-fronted machines entirely for perishable foodstuffs - Refrigerated dual-temperature glass-fronted machines - Confectionery and snack machines that are not refrigerated - Combination machines consisting of two different categories of machine in the same housing and powered by one chiller The following types of vending machine are excluded from this document: - drink machines dispensing hot and/or cold drinks into cups; - machines with a food-heating function; - vending machines operating at temperatures below 0 °C; or - any machine including one or more of these compartments. For verification purposes, it is essential to apply all of the tests specified to a single unit. The tests can also be made individually for the study of a particular characteristic. This document does not deal with any characteristics of machine design other than energy consumption.

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This document gives guidelines for methods for analysing changes in energy efficiency and energy consumption, and for measuring energy efficiency progress, for countries, regions and cities. It is composed of three different calculation methods: — evaluation of structure effects in the variation of energy intensity; — calculation of energy efficiency indices; — decomposition analysis of energy consumption variation. This document is applicable to providing an aggregated statistical evaluation for a country, region or city. It does not apply to calculating changes in the energy consumption or in energy efficiency at the individual consumer's level (e.g. households, organizations, companies).

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This part of IEC 62933 primarily describes safety aspects for people and, where appropriate,
safety matters related to the surroundings and living beings for grid-connected energy storage
systems where an electrochemical storage subsystem is used.
This safety standard is applicable to the entire life cycle of BESS (from design to end of service
life management).
This document provides further safety provisions that arise due to the use of an electrochemical
storage subsystem (e.g. battery system) in energy storage systems that are beyond the general
safety considerations described in IEC TS 62933-5-1.
This document specifies the safety requirements of an “electrochemical” energy storage system
as a "system" to reduce the risk of harm or damage caused by the hazards of an electrochemical
energy storage system due to interactions between the subsystems as presently understood.

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EN-ISO/IEC 27019 provides guidance based on ISO/IEC 27002:2013 applied to process control systems used by the energy utility industry for controlling and monitoring the production or generation, transmission, storage and distribution of electric power, gas, oil and heat, and for the control of associated supporting processes. This includes in particular the following: - central and distributed process control, monitoring and automation technology as well as information systems used for their operation, such as programming and parameterization devices; - digital controllers and automation components such as control and field devices or Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs), including digital sensor and actuator elements; - all further supporting information systems used in the process control domain, e.g. for supplementary data visualization tasks and for controlling, monitoring, data archiving, historian logging, reporting and documentation purposes; - communication technology used in the process control domain, e.g. networks, telemetry, telecontrol applications and remote control technology; - Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) components, e.g. smart meters; - measurement devices, e.g. for emission values; - digital protection and safety systems, e.g. protection relays, safety PLCs, emergency governor mechanisms; - energy management systems, e.g. of Distributed Energy Resources (DER), electric charging infrastructures, in private households, residential buildings or industrial customer installations; - distributed components of smart grid environments, e.g. in energy grids, in private households, residential buildings or industrial customer installations; - all software, firmware and applications installed on above-mentioned systems, e.g. DMS (Distribution Management System) applications or OMS (Outage Management System); - any premises housing the above-mentioned equipment and systems; - remote maintenance systems for above-mentioned systems.

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This standard specifies the requirements and methodology for the design and implementation of an energy measurement plan for an organization in order to improve its energy efficiency. The plan defines a measurement system for monitoring and analysing the energy performance of an organization, taking into account factors that influence its operations.
This standard applies to all forms of energy, to all energy uses and to all types of organizations. It does not apply to domestic dwellings.

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This document specifies the requirements and principles for the design and implementation of an energy measurement and monitoring plan for an organization in order to improve its energy performance. The measurement and monitoring plan defines a measurement system for monitoring and analysing the energy performance of an organization, taking into account its influencing factors.
This document applies to all forms of energy, to all energy uses and to all types of organizations. It does not apply to domestic dwellings.

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This document specifies requirements for the verification of performance and energy consumption of refrigerated storage cabinets and counters for professional use in commercial kitchens, hospitals, canteens, preparation areas of bars, bakeries, gelateria, institutional catering and similar professional areas.
The products covered in this document are intended to store foodstuffs. It specifies test conditions and methods for checking that the requirements have been satisfied, as well as classification of the cabinets and counters, their marking and the list of their characteristics to be declared by the manufacturer.
It is not applicable to:
— refrigerated cabinets used in the direct sale of foodstuffs;
— cabinets that carry out food processing and not just storage function (e.g. bakery cabinets that chill, heat and humidify);
— cabinets with water cooled condenser;
— appliances with remote condensing unit;
— appliances with open top tables and saladettes for preparation or storage of foodstuffs;
— cabinets specifically intended for storage of specific foodstuffs (i.e. fresh meat, fresh fish, etc.) operating at a temperature different from those specified in Table 1;
— chest freezers;
— appliances intended for short time /intermittent normal operation during the full day;
— built-in cabinets;
— roll-in cabinets;
— pass-through cabinets;
— ice cream freezers.

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This European Standard defines methods for the measurement of energy consumption of vending machines, whether or not fitted with refrigerating appliances.
The standard applies (but is not limited) to the categories shown in Table 1 of machine types.
For verification purposes all the tests specified are to be applied to a single unit.  The tests may also be made individually for the study of a particular characteristic.
This standard does not deal with any characteristics of machine design other than energy consumption.

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This document defines methods for the measurement of energy consumption of vending machines, whether or not fitted with refrigerating appliances. The standard applies (but is not limited) to the categories shown in Table 1 of machine types. The following types of vending machine are excluded from this standard: — drink machines dispensing hot and/or cold drinks into cups; — machines with a food heating function; — vending machines operating at temperatures below 0 °C; or — any machine including one or more of these compartments. For verification purposes, it is essential to apply all of the tests specified to a single unit. The tests may also be made individually for the study of a particular characteristic. This standard does not deal with any characteristics of machine design other than energy consumption.

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This document specifies requirements for establishing, implementing, maintaining and improving an energy management system (EnMS). The intended outcome is to enable an organization to follow a systematic approach in achieving continual improvement of energy performance and the EnMS.
This document:
a) is applicable to any organization regardless of its type, size, complexity, geographical location, organizational culture or the products and services it provides;
b) is applicable to activities affecting energy performance that are managed and controlled by the organization;
c) is applicable irrespective of the quantity, use, or types of energy consumed;
d) requires demonstration of continual energy performance improvement, but does not define levels of energy performance improvement to be achieved;
e) can be used independently, or be aligned or integrated with other management systems.
Annex A provides guidance for the use of this document. Annex B provides a comparison of this edition with the previous edition.

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This document specifies requirements for establishing, implementing, maintaining and improving an energy management system (EnMS). The intended outcome is to enable an organization to follow a systematic approach in achieving continual improvement of energy performance and the EnMS. This document: a) is applicable to any organization regardless of its type, size, complexity, geographical location, organizational culture or the products and services it provides; b) is applicable to activities affecting energy performance that are managed and controlled by the organization; c) is applicable irrespective of the quantity, use, or types of energy consumed; d) requires demonstration of continual energy performance improvement, but does not define levels of energy performance improvement to be achieved; e) can be used independently, or be aligned or integrated with other management systems. Annex A provides guidance for the use of this document. Annex B provides a comparison of this edition with the previous edition.

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This part of IEC 62933 defines terms applicable to electrical energy storage (EES) systems
including terms necessary for the definition of unit parameters, test methods, planning,
installation, safety and environmental issues.
This terminology document is applicable to grid-connected systems able to extract electrical
energy from an electric power system, store it internally, and inject electrical power to an
electric power system. The step for charging and discharging an EES system may comprise
an energy conversion.

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This part of IEC 62933 focuses on unit parameters and testing methods of EES systems. The
energy storage devices and technologies are outside the scope of this document. This
document deals with EES system performance defining:
– unit parameters,
– testing methods.

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The target is to describe what is an eco-efficient substation (EES), how this eco-efficient substation is considered, tested and certified. EES concept includes as much substation efficient design as possible, without trying to cover an exhaustive point of view. The scope of the EES is to focus on a reachable future, realistic compliance with the existing system and ways of handling substation issues in a harmonized manner across Europe.
The proposed standard is compliable with the expected development in Europe in the future such as:
•   New buildings with less demand for energy and more demands for lower temperatures.
•   The connection systems should be standardized in order to make the substation replacement as easy as possible.
The aim is to consider the whole life of the system, including all seasons and not only the peak load operation. The most important period to consider, is the long duration time with both heating and domestic hot water demands.
EES should be certified, and marked according to certification that is given according to testing result and environmental ranking. Only EES with capacity up to 500kW per heat exchanger for heating and domestic hot water respectively, can be certified. Small substations intended for single-family houses or flats, shall not be certified. A certificate can include one specific substation or a series of substations.
This document contains 3 main parts:
Technical: Describes the main and optional components of the EES
Environmental: Describes the various parameter and components that give the efficiency to the substation, how these are ranked and the marking procedure
Testing and certification: The testing and certification procedures.

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ISO 50007:2017 addresses the relevant elements of energy service provided by energy suppliers to users. It envisages energy service as including two broad categories: · energy supply/generation and distribution; · advice on and improvement to energy efficiency. ISO 50007:2017 provides best practice guidelines for energy service providers in order to continually improve their practices and quality of interaction with users. The following are within the scope of ISO 50007:2017: · definition of a language common to the different stakeholders; · definition of key components and characteristics of the energy service to users, with respect to their needs and expectations; · guidelines for satisfying users' needs and expectations; · assessment criteria for energy service to users; · introduction to performance indicators; · examples of performance indicators; · performance improvement; · education or training for users to understand the energy service provided by the energy service providers. The following are outside the scope of ISO 50007:2017: · topics relating to individual energy service, such as energy efficiency service provided to individual users of energy or services provided by energy service companies (ESCOs); · methods of design and construction of energy production, transmission and distribution systems; · management structure and methodology of operation and management of activities relating to energy services, including contracting with other energy service providers; · topics relating to energy services in systems inside buildings.

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ISO 50047:2016 describes approaches for the determination of energy savings in organizations. It can be used by all organizations, whether or not they have an energy management system, such as ISO 50001. ISO 50047:2016 addresses the following topics in the context of energy savings: · establishing the purpose of determining energy savings; · determining boundaries; · energy accounting, including primary and delivered energy and the use of common energy units; · selecting an approach for the determination of energy savings; · establishing an energy baseline; · normalization of energy consumption; · determination of energy savings; · reporting and other matters. Specific methods for the measurement and verification of energy performance and its improvement are outside the scope of ISO 50047:2016.

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ISO 17743:2016 establishes a methodological framework that applies to the calculation and reporting of energy savings from existing (implemented) and prospective measures and actions which intend to save energy. This framework standard will be applicable to other standards in the field of energy saving determination. ISO 17743:2016 addresses the following in the context of energy savings: - terminology; - definition of the system boundaries; - principles for the determination of a baseline; - principles for statistical indicator-based methods; - data used; - principles for reporting. The development of the methodology for measurement and verification of the energy savings is not in the scope of this International Standard. The methodology of construction of the scenarios for future energy saving measures and actions is not in the scope of this International Standard.

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ISO 17741:2016 specifies the general technical rules for measurement, calculation and verification of energy savings in retrofits projects or new projects.

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This part of ISO/IEC 13273 contains transversal concepts and their definitions in the subject field of
renewable energy sources. This horizontal standard is primarily intended for use by technical committees
in the preparation of standards in accordance with the principles laid down in IEC Guide 108.
One of the responsibilities of a technical committee is, wherever applicable, to make use of horizontal
standards in the preparation of its publications. The contents of this horizontal standard will not apply
unless specifically referred to or included in the relevant publications.

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This part of ISO/IEC 13273 contains transverse concepts and their definitions in the subject field of
energy efficiency. This horizontal standard is primarily intended for use by technical committees in the
preparation of standards in accordance with the principles laid down in IEC Guide 108.
One of the responsibilities of a technical committee is, wherever applicable, to make use of horizontal
standards in the preparation of its publications. The contents of this horizontal standard will not apply
unless specifically referred to or included in the relevant publications.

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This document specifies requirements and test conditions of machines for processing Artisan Gelato, ice cream and similar frozen desserts.
It defines machines performance characteristics and energy consumption, measured under specified conditions and test methods, using a reference test mix.
This document applies to professional machines having a maximum capacity of 200 l, for thermal-treatment of Artisan Gelato, ice cream and similar frozen desserts listed as follows:
- pasteurizers;
- ageing vats;
- cream cookers;
- batch freezers;
- combined machines.
The machine can be factory assembled or field connected to a remote condensing unit.
The machine can include separate remote refrigeration systems for the frozen product and fresh mix and can be either air-cooled or water-cooled.

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This European Standard specifies requirements and test conditions of machines for processing Artisan Gelato, ice cream and similar frozen desserts.
It defines machines performance characteristics and energy consumption, measured under specified conditions and test methods, using a reference test mix.
This European Standard applies to professional machines having a maximum capacity of 400 l, for thermal-treatment of Artisan Gelato, ice cream and similar frozen desserts listed as follows:
-   pasteurizers;
-   ageing vats;
-   cream cookers;
-   batch freezers;
-   combined machines.
The machine can be factory assembled or field connected to a remote condensing unit.
The machine can include separate remote refrigeration systems for the frozen product and fresh mix and can be either air-cooled or water-cooled.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for Guarantees of Origin of Electricity from all energy sources. This standard will establish the relevant terminology and definitions, requirements for registration, issuing, transferring and cancellation in line with the RES, Energy Efficiency and IEM Directives. This standard will also cover measuring methods and auditing procedures.
These Guarantees of Origin may be traded and/or used for Disclosure/Labelling.
The content of this standard can, for example, be applied, after necessary modifications, to heating, cooling, and gas (including biogas). These modifications are not part of this standard.
This European Standard will not establish any sustainability criteria, this work is done elsewhere.
This standard is suitable for certification purposes.

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The target is to describe what is an eco-efficient substation (EES), how this eco-efficient substation is considered, tested and certified. EES concept includes as much substation efficient design as possible, without trying to cover an exhaustive point of view. The scope of the EES is to focus on a reachable future, realistic compliance with the existing system and ways of handling substation issues in a harmonized manner across Europe.
The proposed standard is compliable with the expected development in Europe in the future such as:
•   New buildings with less demand for energy and more demands for lower temperatures.
•   The connection systems should be standardized in order to make the substation replacement as easy as possible.
The aim is to consider the whole life of the system, including all seasons and not only the peak load operation. The most important period to consider, is the long duration time with both heating and domestic hot water demands.
EES should be certified, and marked according to certification that is given according to testing result and environmental ranking. Only EES with capacity up to 500kW per heat exchanger for heating and domestic hot water respectively, can be certified. Small substations intended for single-family houses or flats, shall not be certified. A certificate can include one specific substation or a series of substations.
This document contains 3 main parts:
Technical: Describes the main and optional components of the EES
Environmental: Describes the various parameter and components that give the efficiency to the substation, how these are ranked and the marking procedure
Testing and certification: The testing and certification procedures.

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This European Standard defines methods for the measurement of energy consumption of vending
machines, whether or not fitted with refrigerating appliances.
The European Standard applies (but is not limited) to the following categories of machine types:
For verification purposes all the tests specified need to be applied to a single unit. The tests may also
be made individually for the study of a particular characteristic.
This European Standard does not deal with any characteristics of machine design other than energy
consumption.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for Guarantees of Origin of Electricity from all energy sources. This standard will establish the relevant terminology and definitions, requirements for registration, issuing, transferring and cancellation in line with the RES, Energy Efficiency and IEM Directives. This standard will also cover measuring methods and auditing procedures.
These Guarantees of Origin may be traded and/or used for Disclosure/Labelling.
The content of this standard can, for example, be applied, after necessary modifications, to heating, cooling, and gas (including biogas). These modifications are not part of this standard.
This European Standard will not establish any sustainability criteria, this work is done elsewhere.
This standard is suitable for certification purposes.

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This European Standard defines methods for the measurement of energy consumption of vending machines, whether or not fitted with refrigerating appliances. The European Standard applies (but is not limited) to the following categories of machine types: For verification purposes all the tests specified need to be applied to a single unit. The tests may also be made individually for the study of a particular characteristic. This European Standard does not deal with any characteristics of machine design other than energy consumption.

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ISO 17742:2015 provides a general approach for energy efficiency and energy savings calculations with indicator-based and measure-based methods for the geographical entities countries, regions, and cities. ISO 17742:2015 considers all end-use sectors, such as households, industry, tertiary (services, etc.), agriculture, and transport. It does not incorporate calculation of energy efficiency and energy savings in energy supply sectors, such as power plants, refineries, and coal mines.

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ISO/IEC 13273-2:2015 contains transversal concepts and their definitions in the subject field of renewable energy sources. This horizontal standard is primarily intended for use by technical committees in the preparation of standards in accordance with the principles laid down in IEC Guide 108.

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ISO/IEC 13273-1:2015 contains transverse concepts and their definitions in the subject fields of energy efficiency. This horizontal standard is primarily intended for use by technical committees in the preparation of standards in accordance with the principles laid down in IEC Guide 108.

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This European Standard specifies the competence requirements of the energy auditor.
This European Standard can be used to specify energy auditor qualification schemes at a national level; used by organizations undertaking energy audits to appoint a suitably competent energy auditor and used by organizations, in conjunction with EN 16247-1, EN 16247-2, EN 16247-3 and EN 16247-4, to ensure a good level of quality of the energy audits.
This European Standard also recognizes that all the competence required can reside in the energy auditor or a team of energy auditors.

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ISO 50006:2014 provides guidance to organizations on how to establish, use and maintain energy performance indicators (EnPIs) and energy baselines (EnBs) as part of the process of measuring energy performance. The guidance in ISO 50006:2014 is applicable to any organization, regardless of its size, type, location or level of maturity in the field of energy management.

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ISO 50015:2014 establishes general principles and guidelines for the process of measurement and verification (M&V) of energy performance of an organization or its components. ISO 50015:2014 can be used independently, or in conjunction with other standards or protocols, and can be applied to all types of energy.

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ISO 50002:2014 specifies the process requirements for carrying out an energy audit in relation to energy performance. It is applicable to all types of establishments and organizations, and all forms of energy and energy use. ISO 50002:2014 specifies the principles of carrying out energy audits, requirements for the common processes during energy audits, and deliverables for energy audits. ISO 50002:2014 does not address the requirements for selection and evaluation of the competence of bodies providing energy audit services, and it does not cover the auditing of an organization's energy management system, as these are described in ISO 50003. ISO 50002:2014 also provides informative guidance on its use.

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This Technical Report provides an overview of the technical contents and regulatory arrangements of some 32 of the many Smart Grid projects that are currently in operation, or under construction, within Europe 1). This Technical Report is intended to provide useful information to those organisations and individuals that are currently engaged or about to become engaged in developing Smart Grids. It is also intended that this Technical Report will be used to support the development of relevant standards by presenting the key learning points from early Smart Grid projects - it is widely accepted that the publication of relevant standards will accelerate the development of Smart Grids. It is recognised that this Technical Report only covers a sample of the Smart Grid projects within Europe; it would be impractical to attempt to include every project. It is assessed that the 32 projects shown in this Technical Report are sufficiently representative to provide information and draw early conclusions. Clause 2 of this Technical Report provides a brief overview of all 32 projects, Annex A contains details of the 32 projects as supplied by the countries that participated in the drafting of this Technical Report. This Technical Report presents the situation for the 32 projects as they are at the time of writing; as time moves on, it might be necessary to update this Technical Report or to produce a second edition containing information on more recent projects and learning from existing projects, such as those documented in this Technical Report.

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This European Standard is applicable to specific energy audit requirements in buildings. It specifies the requirements, methodology and deliverables of an energy audit in a building or group of buildings, excluding individual private dwellings. It shall be applied in conjunction with, and is supplementary to, EN 16247 1, Energy audits  - Part 1: General requirements. It provides additional requirements to EN 16247 1 and shall be applied simultaneously.
If processes are included in the scope of the energy audit, the energy auditor may choose to apply EN 16247 3, Energy audits  - Part 3: Processes. If on-site transport on a site is included in the scope of the energy audit, the energy auditor may choose to apply EN 16247 4, Energy audits  - Part 4: Transport.
NOTE   This standard may cover multi-dwelling apartment blocks where communal services are supplied from a landlord. It is not intended for individual dwellings and single family houses.

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This European standard specifies the requirements, methodology and deliverables of an energy audit within a process. These consist of:
a)   organizing and conducting an energy audit;
b)   analysing the data from the energy audit;
c)   reporting and documenting the energy audit findings.
This part of the standard applies to sites where the energy use is due to process. It shall be used in conjunction with and is supplementary to EN 16247 1, Energy audits  - Part 1: General requirements. It provides additional requirements to EN 16247 1 and shall be applied simultaneously.
A process could include one or more production lines, offices, laboratories, research centers, packaging and warehouse sections with specific operational conditions and site transportation. An energy audit could include the whole site or part of a site.
If buildings are included in the scope of the energy audit, the energy auditor may choose to apply EN 16247 2, Energy Audits  - Part 2: Buildings. If on-site transport on a site is included in the scope of the energy audit, the energy auditor may choose to apply EN 16247 4, Energy audits  -Part 4: Transport.
NOTE   The decision to apply Parts 2 and 4 could be made during the preliminary contact, see 5.1.

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This European Standard shall be used in conjunction with and is supplementary to EN 16247 1, Energy audits — Part 1: General requirements. It provides additional requirements to EN 16247 1 and shall be applied simultaneously.
The procedures described here apply to the different modes of transport (road, rail, marine and aviation), as well as the different ranges (local to long distance) and what is transported (basically, goods and people).
This European Standard specifies the requirements, methodology and deliverables specific to energy audits in the transport sector, every situation in which a displacement is made, no matter who the operator is (a public or private company or whether the operator is exclusively dedicated to transport or not), is also addressed in this document.
This European Standard advises on both the optimization of energy within each mode of transport, as well as selecting the best mode of transport in each situation; the conclusions drawn by the energy audit can influence decisions on infrastructure and investment e.g. in teleconferencing or web meetings.
Energy audits of buildings and processes associated with transport can be conducted respectively with the EN 16247 2 Buildings and EN 16247 3 Processes e.g. pipelines, depots and escalators/travelators. This part of the standard does not include the infrastructure which supplies energy e.g. the electricity generation of energy for railways.

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This Technical Report provides an overview of the technical contents and regulatory arrangements of some 32 of the many Smart Grid projects that are currently in operation, or under construction, within Europe ). This Technical Report is intended to provide useful information to those organisations and individuals that are currently engaged or about to become engaged in developing Smart Grids. It is also intended that this Technical Report will be used to support the development of relevant standards by presenting the key learning points from early Smart Grid projects – it is widely accepted that the publication of relevant standards will accelerate the development of Smart Grids. It is recognised that this Technical Report only covers a sample of the Smart Grid projects within Europe; it would be impractical to attempt to include every project. It is assessed that the 32 projects shown in this Technical Report are sufficiently representative to provide information and draw early conclusions. Clause 2 of this Technical Report provides a brief overview of all 32 projects, Annex A contains details of the 32 projects as supplied by the countries that participated in the drafting of this Technical Report. NOTE 1 In order to avoid losing potentially useful information, the details presented in Annex A are very close to the raw data provided by the different countries, with only minor editorial amendments made in the drafting of this Technical Report. One of the key objectives of this Technical Report is to identify the learning objectives for each of the Smart Grid projects, i.e. why is the project is being carried out and how the success of the project in meeting these objectives will be determined. NOTE 2 It is intended that the learning contained in this Technical Report, in particular the learning around what type of standards are required to support the development of Smart Grids, will provide useful input to the joint CEN/Cenelec/ETSI Smart Grid Co-ordination Group (SGCG). The SGCG has been established to support the requirements set out in the European Commission Smart Grid Mandate M/490, March 2011. NOTE 3 In drafting this Technical Report the working group were made aware of a report with a similar scope to this Technical Report that was being produced by the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre (JRC) ). The JRC report is now published and publically available. It is assessed that this Technical Report and the JRC report are complementary documents; the JRC report provides a high-level view on 220 projects that are being conducted across Europe whereas this Technical Report provides more detailed information on 32 projects. This Technical Report presents the situation for the 32 projects as they are at the time of writing; as time moves on, it might be necessary to update this Technical Report or to produce a second edition containing information on more recent projects and learning from existing projects, such as those documented in this Technical Report.

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IEC/TR 62837:2013(E) provides to the technical committees a framework for the development and adaptation of documents in order to improve energy efficiency in manufacturing, process control and industrial facility management.

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This European Standard provides a general approach for energy efficiency and energy savings calculations with top-down and bottom-up methods. The general approach is applicable for energy savings in buildings, cars, appliances, industrial processes, etc. This European Standard covers energy consumption in all end-use sectors. The standard does not cover energy supply, e.g. in power stations, as it considers only final energy consumption. This European Standard deals with savings on energy supplied to end-users. Some forms of renewable energy "behind-the-meter" (e.g. from solar water heating panels) reduce supplied energy and therefore can be part of the calculated energy savings. Users of the standard should be aware that this renewable energy behind the meter can also be claimed as energy generated. The standard is meant to be used for ex-post evaluations of realised savings as well as ex-ante evaluations of expected savings. This European Standard provides saving calculations for any period chosen. However, short data series may limit the possible periods over which savings can be calculated. The standard is not intended to be used for calculating energy savings of individual households, companies or other end-users.

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This European standard specifies the requirements, common methodology and deliverables for energy audits. It applies to all forms of establishments and organisations, all forms of energy and uses of energy, excluding individual private dwellings. This European standard covers the general requirements common to all energy audits. Specific energy audit requirements will complete the general requirements in separate parts dedicated to energy audits for buildings, industrial processes and transportation.

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D138/C037: Corrigendum to CLC/TR 50555:2010 (PR=22110) to add the words "in cooperation with CEER" in the foreword

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This Technical Report provides guidance on how to calculate continuity of supply indices. These
recommended indices are more particularly given for European benchmarking of distribution network performance. For transmission network performance, more representative indices 2) may be used.
It presents
– an overview of practices in Europe on long and short interruptions,
– definition of physical interruptions in a harmonized way,
– philosophy and criteria for recommending indices,
– a suggested common approach to continuity indices.
The fact that the networks in different parts of any particular country will be subject to different conditions (e.g. weather and customer density) mean that it is not viable to apply common performance standards to all networks within any one country or any group of countries without
making these targets so weak that there is a good prospect of them being achieved in all areas. The
present situation where national regulators set performance targets within their own countries is widely regarded as being the most effective mechanism for achieving optimal socio-economic performance.
For these reasons this Technical Report does not provide common targets for the number and duration of interruptions that should not be exceeded.
This Technical Report is designed to be a first step towards benchmarking the interruption performance of European countries. Rules on the aggregation of interruptions, in particular short
interruptions, have not been considered in this Technical Report, however it is recognised that it might be necessary to describe aggregation rules in a second version of the Technical Report.

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This Technical Report provides guidance on how to calculate continuity of supply indices. These recommended indices are more particularly given for European benchmarking of distribution network performance. For transmission network performance, more representative indices ) may be used. It presents – an overview of practices in Europe on long and short interruptions, – definition of physical interruptions in a harmonized way, – philosophy and criteria for recommending indices, – a suggested common approach to continuity indices. The fact that the networks in different parts of any particular country will be subject to different conditions (e.g. weather and customer density) mean that it is not viable to apply common performance standards to all networks within any one country or any group of countries without making these targets so weak that there is a good prospect of them being achieved in all areas. The present situation where national regulators set performance targets within their own countries is widely regarded as being the most effective mechanism for achieving optimal socio-economic performance. For these reasons this Technical Report does not provide common targets for the number and duration of interruptions that should not be exceeded. This Technical Report is designed to be a first step towards benchmarking the interruption performance of European countries. Rules on the aggregation of interruptions, in particular short interruptions, have not been considered in this Technical Report, however it is recognised that it might be necessary to describe aggregation rules in a second version of the Technical Report.

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