Architect Russell Uncensored
By Architect Russell
By Architect Russell
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Energy and Atmosphere (EA) section is one of the categories within the LEED rating system. This episode Russell goes through the following sections:
Fundamental & Enhanced Commissioning
This involves a thorough commissioning process to ensure that building systems are installed, tested, and operated efficiently. It helps identify and address issues that could impact energy performance.
Minimum Energy Performance
To reduce the environmental and economic harms of excessive energy and achieve minimum level of energy efficiency
Building Level Energy Metering & Advanced Energy Metering
To support energy management and identify oppotunies for energy savings
Fundamental & Advanced Refrigerant Management
To reduce stratospheric ozone depletion and meet compliance to Montreal Protocol while minimizing direct contribution to climate change.
Optimise Energy Performance
To achieve levels of energy performance to reduce environmental and economic harms with excessive energy use.
Increase participation in demand response technologies and programs
Renewable Energy Production
Promoting the use of renewable energy sources like solar, wind, or geothermal to power the building and offset carbon emissions.
Green Power and Carbon Offsets: Encouraging the purchase of green power, which is electricity generated from renewable sources, and the use of carbon offsets to mitigate the environmental impact of the building's energy use.