This will generate a PDF version of the Professional Standards Manual from the website. The manual is approximately 190 pages in length and the generation will take a minute or so. Click here to continue generating the manual so that it may be printed or saved as a PDF.

• Download the Executive Summary
• Download the full National Standard Practice Manual
• Download the Summary NSPM Presentation for an overview of the Manual
• Questions? See Frequently Asked Questions or contact E4TheFuture
• Download the Resource Value Framework Template Reporting Table

The NSPM is authored by five national experts on energy efficiency and cost-effectiveness testing:
Tim Woolf, Synapse Energy Economics
Chris Neme, Energy Futures Group
Marty Kushler, American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy
Steve Schiller, Schiller Consulting
Tom Eckman, Consultant (formerly with Northwest Power & Conservation Council)

This will generate a PDF version of the Professional Standards Manual from the website. The manual is approximately 190 pages in length and the generation will take a minute or so. Click here to continue generating the manual so that it may be printed or saved as a PDF.

• Download the Executive Summary
• Download the full National Standard Practice Manual
• Download the Summary NSPM Presentation for an overview of the Manual
• Questions? See Frequently Asked Questions or contact E4TheFuture
• Download the Resource Value Framework Template Reporting Table

The NSPM is authored by five national experts on energy efficiency and cost-effectiveness testing:
Tim Woolf, Synapse Energy Economics
Chris Neme, Energy Futures Group
Marty Kushler, American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy
Steve Schiller, Schiller Consulting
Tom Eckman, Consultant (formerly with Northwest Power & Conservation Council)

A style guide or style manual is a set of standards for the writing and design of documents, either for general use or for a specific publication, organization or field. The implementation of a style guide provides uniformity in style and formatting within a document and across multiple documents. A set of standards for a specific organization is often known as "house style". Style guides are common for general and specialized use, for the general reading and writing audience, and for students and scholars of various academic disciplines, medicine, journalism, the law, government, business, and industry.

Several basic style guides for technical and scientific communication have been defined by international standards organizations . These are often used as elements of and refined in more specialized style guides that are specific to a subject, region or organization. Some examples are:

In the United States, both corporate and journalistic forms of mass communication rely on styles provided in the Associated Press Stylebook (AP). [3] A classic grammar style guide, which is designed to complement the AP Stylebook, is The Elements of Style . Together, these two books are referenced more than any other general style book for U.S. third-person writing used across most professions.

This will generate a PDF version of the Professional Standards Manual from the website. The manual is approximately 190 pages in length and the generation will take a minute or so. Click here to continue generating the manual so that it may be printed or saved as a PDF.

This will generate a PDF version of the Professional Standards Manual from the website. The manual is approximately 190 pages in length and the generation will take a minute or so. Click here to continue generating the manual so that it may be printed or saved as a PDF.

• Download the Executive Summary
• Download the full National Standard Practice Manual
• Download the Summary NSPM Presentation for an overview of the Manual
• Questions? See Frequently Asked Questions or contact E4TheFuture
• Download the Resource Value Framework Template Reporting Table

The NSPM is authored by five national experts on energy efficiency and cost-effectiveness testing:
Tim Woolf, Synapse Energy Economics
Chris Neme, Energy Futures Group
Marty Kushler, American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy
Steve Schiller, Schiller Consulting
Tom Eckman, Consultant (formerly with Northwest Power & Conservation Council)

A style guide or style manual is a set of standards for the writing and design of documents, either for general use or for a specific publication, organization or field. The implementation of a style guide provides uniformity in style and formatting within a document and across multiple documents. A set of standards for a specific organization is often known as "house style". Style guides are common for general and specialized use, for the general reading and writing audience, and for students and scholars of various academic disciplines, medicine, journalism, the law, government, business, and industry.

Several basic style guides for technical and scientific communication have been defined by international standards organizations . These are often used as elements of and refined in more specialized style guides that are specific to a subject, region or organization. Some examples are:

In the United States, both corporate and journalistic forms of mass communication rely on styles provided in the Associated Press Stylebook (AP). [3] A classic grammar style guide, which is designed to complement the AP Stylebook, is The Elements of Style . Together, these two books are referenced more than any other general style book for U.S. third-person writing used across most professions.

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We strongly recommend you read through the following documents to gain a clear understanding of your requirements for compliance with the regulations.


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