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Public consultation period: From 5th February until 19th March Inclusive, inclusive.
 

The scope of the draft Standard

This standard specifies requirements for establishing and implementing an (Energy Efficient Design) EED process for projects. Its purpose is to enable an organization to achieve the best possible energy performance outcomes for investment projects. These include new, modified and renovated facilities, buildings, equipment, systems and processes.

This standard specifies requirements for top management, for the organization and for the design process. It specifies EED requirements up to and including final commissioning and handover to the operator. It provides requirements for the verification of energy performance.

This standard is applicable to all organizations engaged in design and procurement activities that have the potential to contribute to energy performance improvement. The scope of this standard does not specify energy performance targets for new, modified and renovated facilities, buildings, equipment, systems and processes.
This standard also provides, in Annex A, informative guidance on its use.

Content of the draft

The draft contains the following sections:  

  • Section 1 Scope 
  • Section 2 Normative References 
  • Section 3 Terms and definitions 
  • Section 4 Context of the project
  • Section 5 Leadership
  • Section 6 Documentation
  • Section 7 EED process
  • Section 8 Project implementation
  • Section 9 Energy performance verification
  • Section 10 EED project summary report
  • Annex A (informative) Guidance for use

Have Your Say

All interested parties are invited to comment on the draft Standard, I.S. 399 "Energy efficient design – Requirements with guidance for use" through the NSAI “Your Standards Your Say” (YSYS) forum. 

View the draft and submit comments

Find out how to use Your Standards, Your Say here