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NZS 4220:1982 Code of practice for energy conservation in non-residential buildings

Abbreviation
NZS 4220:1982
Amendment
Errata 1 - appended, published 30/01/1983.
Valid from
30/08/1982

Information provider
Standards New Zealand
Author
Standards New Zealand
Information type
New Zealand Standard
Format
PDF


Description

Offers guidance to building designers and operating staff on the targets for energy use and conservation for the design and operation of buildings.

Scope

This Standard sets out three objectives:

  • To identify appropriate, achievable target energy budgets, for use either by designers or operators
  • To offer guidance to designers, to pinpoint the commonly importantly choices for tehm to consider. The correct decision will usually be a result of a complex interplay between several partly conflicting requirements.
  • To offer guidance to operating staff responsible for running a building, and useful techniques and points for attention, to achieve satisfactory low-energy performance.
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NZS 4220:1982 Code of practice for energy conservation in non-residential buildings

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NZS 4220:1982 Code of practice for energy conservation in non-residential buildings

Description

Offers guidance to building designers and operating staff on the targets for energy use and conservation for the design and operation of buildings.

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NZS 4220:1982 Code of practice for energy conservation in non-residential buildings
Description

Offers guidance to building designers and operating staff on the targets for energy use and conservation for the design and operation of buildings.

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NZS 4220:1982 Code of practice for energy conservation in non-residential buildings

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