Building Energy Rating

Case Study: 从建筑业和房地产业视角看印度实现节能建筑规模化

Report / 28-08-2013 / India / English
Authors: GBPN

据预测到2050年,印度将面临一个前所未有的建筑规模,预计建筑面积约为现在的400%。至今为止,印度的政策制定者的努力还都集中在降低新建商业建筑的能耗上。实现建筑节能的规模化将取决于节能措施能否在住宅建筑市场中成为标准,但到目前为止,尽管占据了建筑市场的75%,住宅建筑仍然没有成为节能政策的重点。

Annexes and Data Series: 强大的建筑数据:政策发展的动力

Report / 21-02-2013 / Global / English
Authors: 全球建筑最佳实践联盟 (The GBPN)

本报告就四个地区数据质量和数据的可利用性问题进行了分析,同时也提醒了我们需要完成多少工作才能建成一个强大而全面的建筑数据库,并提出了实现这个数据库的可行性建议。

Executive Summary: Robust Building Data: A Driver For Policy Development

Report / 21-02-2013 / Global / English
Authors: GBPN

Discover where things stand regarding building energy data quality and availability in our four regions, this report reminds us of how far we have to go before a robust and comprehensive set of building data is in place and provides some recommendations of how we can get there.

 

Highlight: Robust Building Data: A Driver For Policy Development

Report / 21-02-2013 / Global / English
Authors: GBPN

Discover where things stand regarding building energy data quality and availability in our four regions, this report reminds us of how far we have to go before a robust and comprehensive set of building data is in place and provides some recommendations of how we can get there.

Report bundle / Low Energy Buildings / Global, 全球, South-East Asia, South-East Asia

Authors: GBPN

Discover where things stand regarding building energy data quality and availability in our four regions, this report reminds us of how far we have to go before a robust and comprehensive set of building data is in place and provides some recommendations of how we can get there.

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A Look Behind the Curtain of Energy Performance

26-04-2013 | David Leipziger | United States, 美国
Categories: Assessment Systems

The glass and steel office building at 10 Exchange Square sits in the middle of bustling downtown London, halfway between St. Paul’s Cathedral and the Tower of London. As part of the UK’s mandatory energy rating policy (a directive of the European Union), 10 Exchange Square was given a low grade of “E” on the alphabetical scale (A to G) for energy efficiency. The curious part is that in terms of actual consumption, 10 Exchange Square is 66 percent more efficient in use per  square meter than a comparable B-rated office building. What gives?

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