This report was prepared by the International Institute for Energy Conservation (IIEC). The document has been produced with the financial assistance of the Asian Development Bank. The objective of the second phase is to implement energy efficiency measures in the 5 Pacific developing member countries (PDMCs) in order to contribute to achieving the overall goal of reducing the energy consumption in the residential, commercial, and public sector, and to establish the policy and implementation frameworks to move towards the goals of reducing fossil fuel imports, achieving total energy savings, and reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
The Energy Efficiency Guidelines for Commercial and Public Buildings in the Pacic were developed under PEEP2 to provide an overview of best practices, methods and techniques for commercial and public buildings to achieve considerable energy savings, at the same time enhancing the working environment.
This Energy Efciency Guidelines for Commercial and Public Buildings in the Pacic is a practical handbook with simple recommendations for new and existing commercial and public buildings to achieve signicant cost savings from reduced energy consumption and GHG emissions. The guideline addresses how building owners, building management and operation & maintenance (O&M) staff can improve energy performance and reduce operating costs of the building, highlighting the importance and functionality of energy managements systems.
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