IS 399 Energy Efficient Design Management

A new Energy Efficient Design Management standard, I.S. 399, will save businesses millions on investment projects. The new standard, developed by the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) and the National Standards Authority of Ireland (NSAI), was launched in late 2014 by Ministers Alex White T.D. and Ged Nash T.D. at Diageo, St James’s Gate, Dublin.

The standard embeds consideration of energy from the start of new investment projects minimising energy consumption through their lifecycle. This is a fundamentally new approach to energy efficiency and is already making savings for industry. 

For an overview of IS399 Energy Efficient Design read

IS399 Energy Efficient Design Management overview .pdf (size 771.8 KB)

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IS399 Development Journey

To read about IS399 Energy Efficient Design in the Public Sector read

IS399 Energy Efficient Design Management in the Public Sector.pdf (size 612.8 KB)

 

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