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Stay Ahead of Advancing Energy Codes with the Advanced Buildings New Construction Guide

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With the upgrade they will save 30,251 kW, $2323 in annual utility costs and the incentive paid for 1/3 of the project.

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Stay Ahead of Advancing Energy Codes with the Advanced Buildings New Construction Guide

  1. 1. NBI © 2014 Staying Ahead of Advancing Energy Codes with the Advanced Buildings New Construction Guide
  2. 2. Agenda Introduction • Introduction to Advanced Buildings Codes Landscape • The link between Advanced Buildings and energy codes • Recent stringency advancements in energy code The New Construction Guide • Structure • Tier 1 • Tier 2 • Tier 3 Wrap Up • Q&A
  3. 3. NBI © 2014 Advanced Buildings New Construction Guide NBI’s prescriptive solution for achieving high performance in new commercial construction and major renovation projects
  4. 4. NBI © 2014 Advanced Buildings New Construction Guide Commercial Buildings up to 100,000 sf • Office • Retail • Schools • Town Halls, Fire & Police Stations • Warehouses Core Performance Building: Tremont Yard Building Lowell,MA. Photo credit: National Grid
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  57. 57. NBI © 2014 Tier 4: Operations
  58. 58. NBI © 2014 Sensitivity Analysis Comparing the Impact of Design, Operation, and Tenant Behavior on Building Energy Performance
  59. 59. NBI © 2014 • Resource Conservation Manager • Computing Policy • Procurement Policy • Scheduling Policy • Plug Load Policy • Energy Feedback / Continuous Benchmarking • Continuous Commissioning • Etc. Tier 4: Operations
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  61. 61. This presentationis protectedby US andInternational Copyright laws. Reproduction,distribution,display and use of the presentationwithout written permissionof the speaker is prohibited. © New BuildingsInstitute2014 Copyright Materials

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