ASHRAE 90.1

ASHRAE 90.1

A standard that establishes minimum requirements for energy-efficient design of buildings except low-rise residential buildings. This standard addresses construction, operation, and maintenance issues to minimize the use of energy while not compromising building functions or the comfort and productivity of building occupants.
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Lighting The lighting loads for G4 have been reduced from ASHRAE 90.
AltusGroup, a partnership of 21 North American producers offering proprietary structural and architectural precast bearing C-Grid carbon fiber reinforcement, has published a technical brief explaining continuous insulation and air sealing requirements and techniques for building envelopes in order to meet ASHRAE 90.
Economic factors for the scalar method are those arrived at by the ASHRAE 90.
Summary of the priority issues NM/NMHC are following in the current codes and standards development cycles, including the IBC, the NFPA 13R Sprinkler Standard and the ASHRAE 90.
Zehndefs horizontal heat pumps are designed for sound attenuation and efficiency that exceeds ASHRAE 90.
The building's environmental model was designed to achieve all LEED Optimize Energy Performance credits with energy performance 40% better than the ASHRAE 90.
Green Building Council LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) credits are available for buildings complying with ASHRAE 90.
The lack of acknowledgement of the "process" nature of the high makeup air requirement, in combination with new fan power limitations, makes compliance with the ASHRAE 90.
Users can also increase LEED credits - up to 19 for NC & Schools and up to 21 for C-S + 1 possible exemplary point - by adding LEED Energy capabilities with the VE-Navigator for ASHRAE 90.
The energy model must follow the modeling methodologies outlined in Appendix G of ASHRAE 90.
Always a fountain of information, a telephone book of just the right contacts, a pillar of professionalism, and a source of effective but always kind collaboration," recalls Eric Richman, chair of the ASHRAE 90.