The Technical Meeting of the Measures Taken in Presenting the Energy Consumption Standard Label in the Building According to the National Standards 14254-14253 was Held
In order to review the rules and cooperate in reviewing and editing the existing standards in the field of energy in the building, an online meeting with the presence of stakeholders in the energy sector in the building, including the Office of Strategic Planning and Energy Management in the building, Road and Housing and Urban Development Research Center, IFCO, SATBA, Institute of Standards & Industrial Research of Iran and Building Engineering System was held.
By Signing a Memorandum of Cooperation;
On Monday, December 10, the project of energy efficiency and environment in the building was the amount of the Housing Investment Group to sign a memorandum of cooperation for the implementation of a pilot of low-energy buildings in Tehran province.
The Tenth and Eleventh Workshops on Energy Efficiency and Managing Energy Consumption in Buildings Were Held
The other two online workshops of the "Energy Efficiency and Managing Energy Consumption in Buildings" program were held in collaboration with the Energy Efficiency and Environment in Buildings (EEEB) project and the Sharif Energy Research Institute (SERI).
The Offline Workshop of the Introductory Training Course on Code 19 of the National Building Regulations will be held
The Energy Efficiency and Environment in Buildings (EEEB) project and the Road, Housing, and Urban Development Research Center (BHRC) are holding an offline training workshop on how to implement Code 19 of the National Building Regulations.
The role of Energy Efficiency Fund and Energy Saving Insurance in the Energy Efficiency and Environment Market
(Technical Note No. 1: The Experience of China) By: Mohammad Keivanfar Based on the available evidence, the operation of an energy-saving market model that aims to issue energy saving certificates is impossible without financing sources and insurance components. Unfortunately, due to the lower return on investment for the energy efficiency market in Iran, it is more complicated to attract the engagement of banks and financial institutions to provide financial resources.
The Energy Efficiency and Environment in Buildings (EEEB) project, in line with the objectives, set out in the First and second components has designed a National Energy Monitoring System in a building called Building Energy Identification (BEID). This logical platform will be officially established in the country by the Road, Housing, and Urban Development Research Centre in collaboration with other stakeholders.
According to the new edition of the Code 19th of the National Building Regulations and in order to achieve low-energy buildings in the country, the building design is done with the method of energy efficiency in buildings in the platform of software.
The necessity of developing energy building codes is felt for several reasons, such as raising awareness about the importance of providing comfort to residents and improving the quality of construction, creating a competitive context, sustainable policy reforms for energy efficiency, reducing energy consumption, and increasing the quality of buildings.
According to the national standard of Iran No. 14254
Completion of the project, study on energy consumption and the energy label of the non-residential (office) buildings
Although INSO 14253 and 14254 were adopted in 2011, so far there has been no opportunity for their implementation in residential and non-residential buildings. Agreement No. 122-98 /PB dated 22 Jun. 2019 between EEEB project and Standard Research Institute, with the supervision of the Iranian National Standard Organization, entitled "STUDY AND ANALYSIS OF ENERGY CONSUMPTION OF 50 NON-RESIDENTIAL (OFFICIAL) BUILDINGS AND DETERMINATION OF THEIR ENERGY LABEL ACCORDING TO NATIONAL IRANIAN STANDARD NO. 14254”, was a good opportunity to implement the INSO 14254 as a pilot in 50 target buildings to review its technical issues and drawbacks, assess challenges to its implementation, and provide constructive suggestions to the revision process. The project was carried out in four main stages of the study, review, energy labeling, and analysis.
The Project of Energy Efficiency and Environment (EEEB) hosted the members of the fifth meeting of the Project Steering Committee on Tuesday, February 4th, 2019. The project, in collaboration with the Global Environment Facility (GEF), the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), and the Vice-Presidency for Science and Technology (VPST), began in August 2016.