The future of energy efficient design in existing commercial buildings
Monday, 24 February, 2014
Concerns building owners and managers have towards the initial sustainability investment should be negated by issues around reliability, increased market value and the demand for corporate renters/tenants.
As businesses become increasingly aware of the benefits of high-performing buildings, they actively seek these benefits when negotiating leases. With 2015 energy costs forecast to double from 2008 levels, businesses and consumers alike will be looking at more ways to save energy over the next decade.
This paper provides a brief overview of retrofitting sustainability in existing commercial buildings and how to ensure design returns maximum efficiencies and return on investment.
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