[Stoves] Celebrate! First-ever international standard for laboratory testing of cookstoves published.

Xavier Brandao xav.brandao at gmail.com
Tue Jul 10 09:17:56 MDT 2018


Dear Nikhil,

 

I am not able to answer your questions: I have not been part of the ISO TC-285 discussions.


Best,


Xavier

 

De : Nikhil Desai [mailto:pienergy2008 at gmail.com] 
Envoyé : vendredi 6 juillet 2018 03:46
À : Xavier Brandao
Cc : Discussion of biomass cooking stoves; Crispin Pemberton-Pigott; Neeraja Penumetcha; Sally Seitz; Philip Lloyd; Harold Annegarn
Objet : Re: [Stoves] Celebrate! First-ever international standard for laboratory testing of cookstoves published.

 

Xavier: 

Since you, Crispin, Philip, and Harold were present at the IWA meeting, permit me to ask you and them (cc'd here): 

1. What is the budget for ISO TC-285, and who is covering what costs, for how long? 
2. Is there a schedule of deliverables for the entire output of TC-285 and if it is public, could you please help locate it? 
3. If the participation in TC-285 and its working groujps is covered not by contracts with ISO but via other organizations - such as GACC, WHO, ANSI - are the terms of those contracts in the public domain, and are there any measures for financial audits or compliance with the terms and conditions of the respective contracts? 
4. How many countries are currently considered likely to incorporate the TC-285 "international standards" in their respective national laws and regulations, and what is the likely market volume of such "standard-compliant" solid fuel stoves in 2020 and 2025?

I am cc;ing Neeraja and Sally Seitz on this post to see if they have answers to any of these questions. 

Thanks, 


Nikhil

 

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