How do you design a building to be energy-efficient?

Energy-efficient buildings can be defined as buildings that are designed to provide a significant reduction of the energy used for heating and cooling, lighting or other functions within the building. Energy efficiency can be achieved through active or passive systems, high-performance design and system selection. Energy efficiency can be achieved at many levels as designers work to achieve zero energy, high-performance or some other metric.
Additional information from the July 28 Lighting: LED specifications webcast includes details about color shift, American Medical Association recommendations, and lighting controls. Presenters Haley Darst and Richard Vedvik tackle multiple questions. Cour
Lighting August 3, 2016

Your questions answered: LED lighting specifications

Additional information from the July 28 Lighting: LED specifications webcast includes details about color shift, American Medical Association recommendations, and lighting controls. Presenters Haley Darst and Richard Vedvik tackle multiple questions.

By Haley Darst, CannonDesign, and Richard Vedvik, KJWW Engineering Consultants