Buildings represent the largest source of CO2 emissions in the United States (www.eia.doe.gov). High performance buildings have been shown to reduce energy use 24–50%, CO2 emissions 33–39%, water use 40% and solid waste by 70% (www.usgbc.org). Because they are a large contributor to a building’s indoor environmental quality and energy consumption, HVAC systems play a significant role in being able to achieve significant energy consumption and air quality targets.
Venmar CES has a large number of cost-effective, pre-engineered, off-the-shelf air-to-air energy recovery solutions; in addition to having the ability to custom manufacture HVAC equipment to fit your specific requirements to ensure that your HVAC equipment is energy efficient, provides excellent indoor air quality and superior acoustic performance. Our custom design capabilities enable us to find unique solutions to your most challenging requests.
As one of the most widely recognized green building rating programs, LEED helps building owners minimize their impact on the built environment through a set of credits and points. HVAC systems themselves do not get points, but are a large part of the building system and contribute to earning several points the building may achieve. The following is a list of LEED points for New Construction where the HVAC system is involved:
This is a list of LEED credits that the HVAC system influences and not a full description of the requirements to achieve LEED certification, or to achieve points in each area of the program. Please contact your local Venmar CES representative to learn more about how we can help maximize your HVAC's contribution on your LEED project.
For more information on our energy recovery equipment, please contact your Venmar CES representative.
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