Last edited 05 Jan 2021

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Tom Blois-Brooke Engineer Website

BREEAM Energy efficient cold storage


[edit] Aim and benefits

To reduce the energy demand and as a result the associated operational greenhouse gas emissions.

This issue offers the following potential benefits to end users and clients:

[edit] When to consider

At your pre-assessment, consider whether this credit is applicable or not. If you're not sure, the chances are more than likely it is NOT applicable.

This credit does not apply to:

The credit ONLY applies to refrigeration units cooled by the building's chillers, rather than their own stand alone refrigeration units. You may find this in:

[edit] Step by step guidance

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[edit] Questions to ask while seeking compliance

[edit] Tools and resources

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[edit] Tips and best practice

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[edit] Typical evidence

[edit] Design Stage

[edit] 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.

BRE Global does not endorse any of the content posted and use of the content will not guarantee the meeting of certification criteria.

--Tom Blois-Brooke 16:37, 01 Jul 2019 (BST)

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