DIN EN ISO/IEC 13273-2
Energy efficiency and renewable energy sources - Common international terminology - Part 2: Renewable energy sources (ISO/IEC 13273-2:2015); German version EN ISO/IEC 13273-2:2016
Energieeffizienz und erneuerbare Energiequellen - Gemeinsame internationale Terminologie - Teil 2: Erneuerbare Energiequellen (ISO/IEC 13273-2:2015); Deutsche Fassung EN ISO/IEC 13273-2:2016
With the growth in the number International Standards that directly or indirectly relate to energy, there is an increasing need for an agreement on a common language in the domain. The aim of this document is to support activities related to energy and energy efficiency. This standard is a horizontal standard in accordance with IEC Guide 108, which includes the fundamental principles and concepts of energy efficiency and energy management terminology. Since these are addressed or relevant in a number of technical committees, the purpose of this document is to improve coherence and highlight common characteristics for energy terms. The document does not address terms specific to topics such as environmental sustainability or nuclear energy. It is intended for technical practitioners and other interested parties who either use or develop International Standards in this subject area. This part contains transversal concepts and their definitions from the subject areas of renewable energy sources. The responsible national standardization committee is Working Committee NA 172-00-09 AA "Energieeffizienz und Energiemanagement" ("Energy efficiency and energy management") at DIN Standards Committee Principles of Environmental Protection (NAGUS).