Protecting The Environment by Reducing Power Consumption
Ashrae 90.1 Consultants
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You have questions? We have answers:
- Complete energy compliance documentation?
- Submission procedures prescribed by the Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ)?
- Energy efﬁciency requirements for low voltage dry-type transformers? Automatic receptacle control?
- Lighting alterations and Part 11 of the Vancouver Building Bylaw (VBBL)?
- Lighting power allowance calculations using lighting power density tables (interior and exterior)?
- Automatic lighting shutoff Space lighting control Parking Garage lighting control?
- Daylight harvesting for primary side lighted and top lighted areas?
- Exterior lighting controls?
We do functional testing and commissioning process.
Accredited Electrical Consulting
Over the last few decades, the electrical industry has seen massive improvements in products and systems. Aggressive advanced technologies have vastly improved electrical products and systems, making a positive impact on the environment. The Americas have been early adopters of these technologies. British Columbia has adopted a new BC Building Requirement Code. Harvey Kirsch provides electrical consulting services that address and include the following:
01. Electrical Requirements of current ASHRAE 90.1
Standard 90.1 has been a benchmark for commercial building energy codes in the United States and a key basis for codes and standards around the world for more than 35 years
02. National Energy Code of Canada for Buildings (NECB)
The National Energy Board is Canada’s energy and safety regulator. We oversee safety for the full life cycle of a project – from approval to construction to operation to abandonment. We work with communities, sharing the goal of making energy infrastructure as safe as it can be.
03. Energy Codes adopted in BC
BC has been pursuing energy efficiency and greenhouse gas reduction goals in buildings for more than six years. In April 2013, BC took the next step towards greater energy efficiency and greenhouse gas reduction with the adoption of new BC Building Code requirements.