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Archive - May 2013

Top Tips by Experienced LEED Consultants to Guide First-Time LEED Teams

As the number of LEED projects have begun to increase worldwide, the major role and burden falls upon the shoulders of experienced LEED consultants, who have learned some valuable lessons all through their journey and now successfully apply it to all the forthcoming projects.

Read More   |  Posted by: Bhushan Avastthi | Posted on: May 27th, 2013

Why Simpler Homes Can Choose To Avoid the Expense of Building Energy Modeling?

Have you ever questioned the wisdom of building energy modeling new homes? Most of the houses we live in today are super-efficient homes, where the heating usage is usually dominated by hard-to-model factors, which includes internal gains such as light bulbs and plug loads.

Read More   |  Posted by: Bhushan Avastthi | Posted on: May 20th, 2013

How to Achieve Efficient Energy Conservation in the Home

Energy conservation in home is an intricate issue as the whole process related to energy conservation leads to restricted use of energy, reduces expenses in account of energy. However energy efficiency is not synonymous to using lesser amount of energy or to compromise with energy uses.

Read More   |  Posted by: Bhushan Avastthi | Posted on: May 15th, 2013

A Guide to LEED Energy Modeling For Architects

For nearly half or more than half of U.S. greenhouse gas emissions, buildings are responsible. Hence, a new guidebook to LEED energy modeling is targeting at helping architects optimize the energy efficiency of their designs.

Read More   |  Posted by: Bhushan Avastthi | Posted on: May 7th, 2013