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monitoring building energy performance

Inc Thomas Vonier Associates

monitoring building energy performance

an informal review and characterization of research and progress

by Inc Thomas Vonier Associates

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Published by Brookhaven National Laboratory in Long Island, NY .
Written in English


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StatementThomas Vonier Associates, Inc.
The Physical Object
Pagination81 p. $0.00 C.1.
Number of Pages81
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17585435M

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To improve the energy performance of buildings by increasing awareness amongst all building professionals and supporting reducing carbon emissions in buildings. Energy Performance Group. Energy Monitoring and Targeting. 15 September - energy projects faces the challenge of measuring improvements in more than one area. • The positive impacts of access to energy often may become manifest many years after the project ends. Thus, reliable M&E for energy must often extend in time even beyond the project life cycle. • The positive effects of energy often require many other Size: KB.

Monitoring and Evaluation of Energy Efficiency Programs The review and confirmation of the success of energy efficiency programs is a critical step towards achieving long-term energy savings. Monitoring and evaluation should be included in the scope of work when implementing an energy efficiency project. Commercial Buildings Committee, comprising offi cials of the Department of Climate Change and Energy Effi ciency, Department of Resources Energy and Tourism and all State and Territory Governments. The Committee wishes to thank representatives from the HVAC sector and associated industry bodies for their.


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