The 2018 revision of Standard 90.2 outlines cost-effective residential building energy performance measures that are at least 50 percent more efficient than those defined by the 2006 International Energy Construction Code (IECC).
What do the San Jose Sharks, Anaheim Ducks, St Louis Blues and Arizona Coyotes have in common? They’re National Hockey League teams and their arenas are getting greener. For St Louis it was their game rink; for the others, it was the practice sheets.
ASHRAE provided testimony focused on the technical tools, standards and guidelines it develops that can help government – and the private sector – deliver on energy efficiency and building performance.
In many camps, the philosophy around infrastructure development has changed. How we conceive of the built environment is increasingly taking into consideration the natural environment for more holistic, sustainable, long-term solutions.