NABERSNZ is being used to measure and rate the energy performance of office buildings under Green Star Performance, a new assessment tool launched today by the New Zealand Green Building Council (NZGBC).
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Commercial property owners, managers and tenants seek buildings that perform for maximum comfort and minimum cost. The National Australian-Built Environment Rating System New Zealand (NABERSNZ) tool can help rate and track these credentials.
At present, 38% of energy emissions in Wellington come from stationary energy - such as the heating and cooling of commercial buildings. That’s why NABERSNZ is glad to be part of the capital city’s efforts and measures to take the lead in encouraging energy efficiency.
Wynyard Quarter is garnering praise locally and internationally for its foresight in sustainable urban planning. NZGBC caught up with Panuku Development Auckland CEO John Dalzell to find out how NABERSNZ, the energy rating tool for office buildings, figures in their plans.
A co-creator of the original NABERS scheme in Australia, Paul Bannister reflects on the uptake of building energy ratings this side of the Tasman. Two years after NABERSNZ launched, are we seeing the change we expected?
With the advent of NABERSNZ, our local energy-rating tool, there are increasingly fewer places for poor-performing buildings to hide.