Which of the following statements is not true about how an energy standard is developed and revised?
A. The entire process can take as little as two years or up to 10 years.
B. Public review of standards commonly occurs 1 year after one of the ASHRAE annual meetings.
C. Standards 90.1 and 90.2 are both on continuous maintenance and are maintained by separate Standing Standards Project Committees.
D. Approved interim revisions (called addenda) are posted on the ASHRAE website.