by U.S. Dept. of Energy .
Written in English
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The Building Energy Data Book () is a compendium of data from a variety of data sets and includes statistics on residential and commercial building energy consumption. Data tables contain statistics related to construction, building technologies, energy consumption, and building characteristics. The Building Technologies Office (BTO) within the U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy . the energy consumption of office buildings. It is the first study in Europe to utilise elements of traditional data compilation, such as surveys and interviews, and statistical analysis, such as data comparison with performance indicators, and has yielded detailed, accurate conclusions. Energy use intensity (EUI) ranges from less than to more than 1, kBtu/ft 2 across all offices, with those at the 95th percentile using almost 9 times the energy . The primary objective of this study was to assess the influence of occupancy on building energy use and EUI in a “typical” Federal office building, employing the FTEO concept. To evaluate the influence of occupancy on building energy performance and to test the utility of an FTEO-adjusted EUI metric, the.
energy use and costs. In this workbook, use the sheet named “Office PPL Inventory” to inventory the PPLs in your building. Use the sheet named “Office PPL Calculator” to determine which PPL strategies will offer the greatest savings in your building. The champion will . Electricity and natural gas are the most common energy sources used in commercial buildings. Most individual commercial buildings have their own heating and cooling systems. However, there are district energy systems that supply heating and cooling to groups of commercial buildings. energy. Use low energy materials and methods of construction and reduce transportation energy An architect also should aim at efficient structural design, reduc-tion of use of high energy building material (glass, steel etc.) and transpor-tation energy and use of low energy buildings materials. With buildings accounting for nearly 40 percent of global energy consumption, the building sector should play a key role in effective climate policy. Efficiency measures in new and existing buildings provide an enormous opportunity for countries to reduce their energy intensities while simultaneously driving improvements in public health, labor.
Energy and Buildings is an international journal publishing articles with explicit links to energy use in buildings. The aim is to present new research results, and new proven practice aimed at reducing the energy needs of a building and improving indoor environment quality. Energy and Buildings . Considering these key points, an energy renovation of a non–energy-efficient and nonsustainable office building located in Northern Spain is presented in this chapter. It is a m 2 building built in the s, where the rectors’ offices of the University of the Basque Country are located. Energy Savings in Office Buildings A Summary of Recommendations Toward a Zero Energy Building This fact sheet summarizes recom-mendations for designing new office buildings that result in 50% less energy use than conventional designs meet-ing minimum code requirements. The recommendations are drawn from the Advanced Energy Design Guide for Small. 1. Introduction. As buildings become more energy efficient, small power equipment such as computers are an increasingly significant source of energy end-use.A study published by the New Buildings Institute suggest that plugs loads can represent up to 50% of the electricity use in buildings with high efficiency buildings are likely to have higher cooling demands in the future.