Ten steps to an energy efficient building

  1. Conserving Energy (passive)
  2. Supplying heat efficiently (active)
  3. Avoiding overheating (passive)
  4. Dissipating heat efficiently (active)
  5. Natural Ventilation (passive)
  6. Supplying air efficiently (active)
  7. Using Daylight (passive)
  8. Optimise Artificial Light (active)
  9. Applying efficient equipment (passive)
  10. Generate Power in decentralised plants (active)

 

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