Engineers use modeling to track energy usage and help reduce energy consumption in schools
Building energy modeling is a powerful tool that predicts a school facility’s energy usage. Different types of energy models are developed at various stages of a project to provide data that can verify or disprove suggested energy-efficiency measures.
Education institutions should understand what an energy model can do and, more important, what the limitations of the model are at each stage of design and construction.
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