"We see a lot of opportunity to grow the solar market and this accreditation will help us work together and make it a reality," says Nick Hylla, MREA executive director.
ANSI-IREC Certificate Accreditation Program Accreditation Committee (AIPAC)
The ANSI-IREC Certificate Accreditation Program Accreditation Committee (AIPAC) is responsible for the decision- and policy-making aspects of the ANSI-IREC Certificate Accreditation Program except as provided in the ANSI Bylaws or procedures approved by the ANSI Conformity Assessment Policy Committee (CAPC) and the ANSI Board of Directors. The primary decision made by the AIPAC is whether an organization meets and continues to meet the requirements in the IREC Standard 14732: 2013: General Requirements for Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency Certificate Programs.
The responsibilities of the Committee include:
reviewing recommendations for accreditation from ANSI-IREC approved assessors;
making decisions relating to the granting, maintaining, extending, suspending, reducing, and withdrawing of accreditation;
formulating policy and procedures relating to the operation of the ANSI-IREC Certificate Accreditation Program;
creating guidance, as required, for conducting assessments;
supervising the implementation of accreditation program policies;
delegating authority to organizations, committees or individuals, as required, to undertake defined operational activities on its behalf;
serving as program ambassadors in day-to-day activities and at industry-related conferences and events.
Members and Officers
Membership on the AIPAC reflects a balance of training and education program stakeholders to include training and learning experts and leaders in the fields of renewable energy and energy efficiency.
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To ensure transparency as well as equity and due process in AIPAC proceedings, the AIPAC has developed Operating Guides for the Committee and its activities.
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