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Technical Guidelines for Energy Efficiency and Conservation in Commercial Buildings

Technical Guidelines for Energy Efficiency and Conservation in Commercial Buildings
29 October 2021
ASEAN, Energy
Shigeru Kimura, Leong Siew Meng
Shigeru Kimura, Leong Siew Meng
Energy, Urban Development, ASEAN

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Energy efficiency and conservation (EEC) is a top priority energy policy in ASEAN Members States to achieve a low-carbon energy transition. Promotion of EEC is really a technology-oriented programme under appropriate EEC acts or law formulated by governments; thus, this report introduces EEC technologies that consist of passive and active technologies for commercial buildings which have been significantly increasing their share of energy consumption, especially electricity. Regarding EEC regulatory requirements, this report provides a guide on ‘energy standard and labeling systems’ for building energy performance and benchmarking. As promotion of EEC is bound to result in economic benefits under marketed energy prices, economic evaluation methods are also introduced in the report.

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Technical Guidelines for Energy Efficiency and Conservation in Commercial Buildings


Title page

Preface and Acknowledgements

List of Project Members

Table of Contents

List of Figures and Tables

List of Abbreviations

Executive Summary

Chapter 1: Introduction

Chapter 2: Fundamentals of Energy Efficiency in Buildings

Chapter 3: Passive Design Measures

Chapter 4: Active Design Measures

Chapter 5: Energy Efficiency Regulations

Chapter 6: Economic Analysis of CCE Projects


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