The Commercial Building Partnership (CBP) paired selected commercial building owners and operators with representatives of DOE, national laboratories, and private sector exports to explore energy efficiency measures across general merchandise commercial buildings.
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This Fact Sheet provides an overview of the Better Buildings Workforce Guidelines project. The Department of Energy (DOE) and the National Institute of Building Sciences (NIBS) are working with industry stakeholders to develop voluntary national guidelines that will improve the quality and consistency of commercial building workforce training and certification programs for five key energy-related jobs.
To maximize the benefits of converting to light-emitting diode (LED) technology from the traditional high-intensity discharge (HID) technology used in most parking lot lighting, CBEA members developed a performance specificationPDF that should be applied to a specific site, rather than a specific product.
To maximize the benefits of converting traditional high-intensity discharge (HID) technology to high-efficiency alternative technologies, including LED, induction, and fluorescence, a CBEA Project Team developed parking structure lighting performance specifications that should be applied to specific sites rather than specific products.
A CBEA Project Team working to support the market introduction of high-efficiency troffers developed a specification that allowed for high-efficiency LED and fluorescent technologies, and addressed the 2'x2' category of troffer products. Version 3.0 of the Specification was released, expanding the specification to address 1'x4' and 2'x4' product configurations. Potential savings from applying the specification range from 15-45% on a one-for-one basis and up to 75% with the use of controls.
The Commercial Building Energy Alliance (CBEA) Lighting and Electrical Project Team developed a performance specification to help building owners and operators maximize the benefits of converting to solid-state lighting (SSL) technology from traditional high-intensity discharge technology. This specification provides information about both the luminaire and how the site should be lighted. It can be customized as building owners work with lighting designers, engineers, or SSL manufacturers to provide lighting solutions for different locations.
The Commercial Building Energy Alliance (CBEA) Lighting and Electrical Project Team developed a High-Efficiency Troffer Lighting Specification that sets performance requirements for high-efficiency LED and fluorescent troffer products in 2x4, 2x2, and 1x4 configurations. While LEDs have a strong potential to meet this specification, the specification is technology neutral.
The Commercial Building Energy Alliance (CBEA) Lighting and Electrical Project Team developed this performance specification to help commercial building owners and operators maximize the benefits of converting from traditional HID technology to high-efficiency alternatives. This specification provides information about both the luminaire and how the site should be lighted. Owners and operators should work with lighting designers, engineers, and luminaire manufacturers to create lighting solutions for specific locations.
This case study details Cleveland Clinic’s conversion to LED lighting in its six-story, 3,000-space 100th Street parking garage, using the Commercial Building Energy Alliances (CBEA) High-Efficiency Parking Structure Lighting specification. Cleveland Clinic used the specification to prepare its request for proposals, which was sent to six manufacturers, with five submitting bids. The case study details the criteria used to evaluate the bids and illustrates a comparison between the existing 200-watt high-pressure sodium (HPS) system and the LED replacement system.
This brochure provides information on High-Efficiency Troffer Lighting Specification Benefits and Energy Savings. High efficiency troffers that meet the specification are up to 45% more efficient on a one-for-one basis compared to traditional fluorescent troffers.