The links in this article lead to great educational resources that help to promote a sustainable future for the built environment.
Energy Use Intensity (EUI)
Energy Use Intensity (EUI) is a way of comparing the energy use of different buildings. Essentially, EUI is energy use per square foot of space. This article talks about EUI, how to calculate it, and some ideas on how to reduce it.
Site vs. Source Energy
The difference between site energy and source energy is important to understand when considering energy use for buildings.
Our guide to Building Commissioning covers all of the basics you need to know as an architect, engineer, or building owner.
An overview of the various refrigerants used in buildings and the effects they have on the environment.
Health Product Declarations
Health Product Declarations (HPDs) help owners, architects, and contractors understand what ingredients are in the materials and products that make up our buildings. While they don't declare whether a product is healthy, they provide the transparency for people to evaluate the health safety of our built environment.
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