The scorecard provides a spreadsheet template for collecting and tracking building data related to energy performance modeling.
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This guide explains the benefits and process of building commissioning thereby providing owners and other stakeholders a tool to improve building efficiency and operation. It is intended to be a resource, as well as a call to action, for building owners and facility managers who want to verify their buildings are not only operating as originally intended, but also as efficiently as possible. Commissioning of new construction and major renovations is the primary focus, although commissioning of existing buildings is also briefly discussed as well.
This guide provides an overview of the different energy audit options available and information on how to select an energy auditor.
Carefully designed and operated building entrances can help control energy consumption and operating costs, as well as increase occupant comfort. This guide provides methods and examples that can be used by retail building engineers to produce preliminary savings estimates for two types of entrance energy efficiency measures: vestibule additions and door operation changes.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) developed this Building Upgrade Manual to assist organizations in planning and implementing profitable upgrades. This manual outlines a process for developing a comprehensive energy-management strategy and an integrated approach to upgrading existing buildings. It also provides information on proven energy-efficient technologies that can produce energy savings of 35 percent or more. Chapter six of this publication is devoted to issues related to lighting.