Under the Draft Official Mexican Standard, published March 14, Mexico plans to establish standards requiring new residential buildings to obtain a certain level of energy efficiency, primarily through insulation. The standards would be signed by the director General of the Energy Ministry’s National Energy Efficiency Commission (CONUEE), who also serves as the president of the National Consultation Committee of Standards for the Preservation and Rationed Use of Energy Resources (CCNNPURRE).
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Mexico to implement energy efficiency standards for residential buildings
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