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Last edited 27 Dec 2020
BREEAM Energy Efficient Equipment
- Targets unregulated energy uses not covered by other credits, allowing improved energy consumption / reduced energy bills;
- Specification of energy efficient equipment for future proofing of the equipment; and
- Faciliates consideration of alternative supply chains providing a long lasting improvement.
 When to consider
|Item Number||Description||Energy Star or on the Energy Product List (Y/N)||
 Questions to ask while seeking compliance
Spreadsheets to show calculations of unregulated energy usage of energy efficient equipment. Specification sheets of energy efficient equipment from which the estimated energy usage can be calculated.
 Tips and best practice
 Typical evidence
 Applicable Schemes
The guidelines collated in this ISD aim to support sustainable best practice in the topic described. This issue may apply in multiple BREEAM schemes covering different stages in the life of a building, different building types and different year versions. Some content may be generic but scheme nuances should also be taken into account. Refer to the comments below and related articles to this one to understand these nuances. See this document for further guidelines.
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