The new Energy Auditor standard from the Building performance institute is out for public review.  This standard, 1100, outlines the general requirements of an energy audits.  For example, 1100 requires a cost benefit analysis and suggests some tools to use, but doesn’t specify the steps needed to create one.  The companion standard, 1200, will go into much deeper detail about how exactly to get a cost benefit analysis.  The text of the document is here and the place to submit comments is here.  Note that you have to register to leave a comment.