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Baseline Energy Consumption and Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Commercial Buildings in. Australia Part 2 Appendixes, Prepared by pitt sherry with input from BIS Shrapnel and Exergy Pty Ltd. Published by the Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency. www climatechange gov au,ISBN 978 1 922003 84 3,Commonwealth of Australia 2012. This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3 0 Australia Licence To view a. copy of this license visit http creativecommons org licenses by 3 0 au. The Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency asserts the right to be recognised as. author of the original material in the following manner. Commonwealth of Australia Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency 2012. IMPORTANT NOTICE PLEASE READ, This document is produced for general information only and does not represent a statement of. the policy of the Commonwealth of Australia The Commonwealth of Australia and all persons. acting for the Commonwealth preparing this report accept no liability for the accuracy of or. inferences from the material contained in this publication or for any action as a result of any. person s or group s interpretations deductions conclusions or actions in relying on this. Acknowledgment, As part of the National Strategy on Energy Efficiency the preparation of this document was. overseen by the Commercial Buildings Committee comprising officials of the Department of. Climate Change and Energy Efficiency Department of Resources Energy and Tourism and all. State and Territory governments,Table of Contents,Appendix A Statement of Requirements 1.
Appendix B Bibliography 2,Appendix C Model Documentation 4. Appendix D Top down Model Validation 25,Appendix E Statistical Analysis 41. Appendix A Statement of Requirements,Appendix A Statement of Requirements. The project requirements as detailed in the contract documentation consist of the following. deliverables, a A methodology for the efficient and accurate collection of energy consumption data from a. representative sample of buildings for the 2008 2009 financial year. The data will include,i Whole of building energy use.
ii Tenancy energy use, iii End use energy consumption e g lighting HVAC IT services elevators water heating etc. iv Relevant business parameters e g purpose location floor area number of seats number of. floors energy services included in base building etc. v From all purchased and on site energy sources including. vi Electricity,viii Solid fuel,ix Liquid fuel,x Renewable energy. b A model for collecting collating storing and reporting commercial building energy consumption. data which can be applied to this and future data collection processes. c A report on the energy consumption of and greenhouse gas emissions from commercial buildings in. d A report detailing trends from 1999 to the present and predicting trends in energy consumption of. and greenhouse gas emissions from commercial buildings to 2020. The contractor has stated they will provide the following deliverables in order to meet the above. requirements, 1 A documented methodology for the project for approval by the client at the project. commencement and for eventual inclusion in the Final Report part of deliverable a. 2 An adaptable documented and quality assured model for collecting collating storing and. reporting commercial building energy consumption deliverables a b. 3 An estimate of the energy used and associated greenhouse gas emissions from the commercial. building sector in Australia for the financial year 2008 09 broken down by sector state and. territory and climate zone deliverable c, 4 An analysis of whole of building energy use tenancy energy use and end use energy for a range of. commercial building types deliverable a cont d, 5 A report analysing trends for commercial building energy use and associated greenhouse gas.
emissions to 2020 based on a number of different scenarios as well as an analysis of past trends. 1999 2009 deliverable, A separate report analysing the publically owned segment of the commercial building stock. Page 1 of 95,Appendix B Bibliography,Appendix B Bibliography. ABARES 2010 Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences. Australian Energy Statistics Australian Energy Update 2010. ABARES 2011a Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences. Energy in Australia 2011 Commonwealth of Australia 2011. ABARES 2011b Schultz A and Petchey R 2011 Energy update 2011 Australian Bureau of. Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences Canberra June. ABCB 2010 Australian Building Codes Board BCA2010 Building Code of Australia Class 2 to. Class 9 Buildings Volume 1 2010, ABS 1999 Australian Bureau of Statistics 1268 0 55 001 ABS Functional Classification of. Buildings 1999 last updated April 2006 accessed at. http www abs gov au AUSSTATS abs nsf Lookup 1268 0 55 001Main Features11999 OpenD. ABS 2011a Australian Bureau of Statistics 8731 0 Building Approvals Australia June 2011. accessed at http www abs gov au ausstats abs nsf mf 8731 0. ABS 2011b Australian Bureau of Statistics 8752 0 Building Activity Australia March 2011. accessed at http www abs gov au ausstats abs nsf mf 8752 0. ABS 2011c Australian Bureau of Statistics 8755 0 Construction Work Done Australia. Preliminary March 2011 accessed at http www abs gov au ausstats abs nsf mf 8755 0. ABS Cat No 4660 0 Energy Water and Environment Management 2008 09. ABS Cat No 4602 0 55 001 Environmental Issues Energy Use and Conservation. AGO 1999 Australian Greenhouse Office Baseline Study of Greenhouse Gas Emissions from. the Commercial Buildings Sector with projections to year 2010 prepared by EMET. Consultants Pty Ltd and SOLARCH GROUP May 1999 Unpublished report. AIHW 2011 Australian hospital statistics 2009 10 Health services series no 40 Cat no HSE. 107 Canberra AIHW, Altus Page Kirkland 2012 Online publication Measurement of Building Areas accessed at. http www pagekirkland com home asp pageid 7132854A3C01D87C on 2 May 2012. Australian National Audit Office 2012 Administration of the National Greenhouse and Energy. Reporting Scheme Report, BREE 2011 Resources and Energy Statistics 2011 Canberra.
COAG 2009 Council of Australian Governments National Strategy on Energy Efficiency July. 2009 accessed at http www coag gov au coag meeting outcomes 2009 07. 02 docs Energy efficiency measures table pdf, DCCEE 2010 Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency Report of The Prime. Minister s Task Group on Energy Efficiency July 2010. DCCEE 2011 Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency National Greenhouse. Accounts Factors Workbook 2011 Commonwealth of Australia 2011. DCCEE 2011b Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency Energy Use in the. Australian Government s Operations 2008 09 Commonwealth of Australia 2011. Page 2 of 95,Appendix B Bibliography, DCCEE 2012 Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency Australian National. Greenhouse Accounts national inventory report 2010 volume 1 Commonwealth of Australia. DEWHA 2008 Department of Environment Water Heritage and the Arts Energy Use in the. Australian Residential Sector 1986 2020 Commonwealth of Australia 2008. DRET 2011 Department of Resources Energy and Tourism Continuing Opportunities Energy. Efficiency Opportunities EEO Program 2010 Report A look at results for the Energy. Efficiency Opportunities Program 2006 2010 Taken from public reports of assessments. undertaken during the period July 2006 June 2010 2011. McLachlan Lister et al 2009 McLachlan Lister and DataBuild Commercial Buildings Energy. Use Baseline Pilot Study June 2009 Unpublished report. NFEE 2007 National Framework for Energy Efficiency Stage 2 Consultation Paper. September 2007 accessed at, http www ret gov au Documents mce documents National Framework On Energy Effecie. ncy 28NFEE 29 Stage2 Consultation20070904133959 pdf. Northern Territory Government Building Energy and Greenhouse Report 2006 7. NSW Government Energy Use in Government Operations Annual Report 2002 03. pitt sherry 2010 The Pathway to 2020 for Low Energy Low Carbon Buildings in Australia. Indicative Stringency Study July 2010 accessed at http www climatechange gov au what. you need to know media publications buildings pathway to 2020 ashx. Property Council of Australia 2011 Office Market Report available for purchase online. http www propertyoz com au Advocacy Policy aspx p 69 id 57. Sandu S and Petchey R 2009 End use energy intensity in the Australian economy ABARE. research report 09 17 Canberra November, Sandu S and Syed A 2008 Trends in Energy Intensity in Australian Industry ABARE Report. 08 15 Canberra December, South Australian Department of Health Annual Report 2009 10.
Tanaka K IEA Information Paper Assessing measures of energy efficiency performance and. their application International Energy Agency 2008. Victorian Department of Health Annual Report 2010 11. WebFinance Inc InvestorWords com viewed August 2011. http www investorwords com 5662 model html,Page 3 of 95. Appendix C Model Documentation,Appendix C Model Documentation. AC 1 Overview, The model known as NRBuild v1 1 Non Residential Buildings Model Version 1 1 is a large 168 Mb. MS Excel workbook comprising 76 interlinked spreadsheets also referred to as pages or tabs. The primary purpose of NRBuild is to estimate energy use by major fuel types and scope 1 and 2. greenhouse gas emissions attributable to a range of non residential building types in Australia at the. national level and by state territory and region capital city vs regional over the period FY1999 to. FY2020 In some cases the model also resolves ownership type government or private owned The. building types modelled in v1 1 comprise,Offices Base Buildings. Offices Tenancies,Offices Base Tenancies 1,Supermarkets Total.
Supermarkets Excluding those in shopping centres,Shopping Centres Base Buildings. Shopping Centres Tenancies 2,Shopping Centres Base Tenancies. TAFE campuses,Universities, Public buildings a compilation of libraries galleries and museums. Law Courts, Note that whole building energy data records for offices are not relied upon as discussed in Appendix 1. Including a facility to vary the weighting of supermarkets within shopping centres. Page 4 of 95,Appendix C Model Documentation,Figure AC 1 1 NRBuild Model Schematic.
Source pitt sherry, Figure AC 1 above provides a high level schematic of the model s operation More detailed. descriptions are provided in the sections below specific to each major building type. AC 2 Stock Model Overview, BIS Shrapnel an experienced service provider in the commercial buildings modelling and forecasting. field developed a bespoke stock model for this project The model provides estimates of the stock of. commercial buildings for the period from 1998 99 to 2019 20 by building classification and by. geographic fields state capital city regional for a wide range of building types and sub types BIS. Shrapnel drew on a wide range of data sources for this model including internal data ABS data. industry associations such as the Property Council of Australia and data from Commonwealth state. and local governments, The primary metric used in the stock model is floor space measured in thousands of square metres. 000m2 However the definition of floor space varies across different building classifications and. different data sources with a wide variety of concepts employed but not necessarily made. transparent Generally BIS Shrapnel has attempted to normalise all stock estimates to a net lettable. area concept Retail buildings and data collections however typically utilise a GLAR concept. Information on the number of buildings is extremely limited For example it is possible to know the. number of schools universities VETs or hospital precincts in Australia but each one may be comprised. of many separate buildings of many different types. Page 5 of 95,Appendix C Model Documentation, Other metrics have been incorporated or utilised where available For example for hospitals the stock. model includes information on the number of hospital beds Details on the other metrics are included. in the discussion of individual building classification These metrics are important indicators of activity. associated with buildings and may in some cases correlate significantly with energy use. The stock model is based on selected classifications from the Australian Bureau of Statistics functional. classifications of buildings see Figure 16 2 below The relevant classifications broadly include the. sub classifications of the Commercial Building and Other Non residential functional classifications. Industrial buildings are not included as they are outside of the scope of this study In addition the. stock model provides floor space estimates and metrics for sub classifications not resolved by the ABS. For example the education building classification includes sub classifications for schools higher. education and vocational education and training, Figure AC 2 ABS Functional Building Classifications.
ABS functional building classifications,Residential building Non residential building. Industrial building Commercial building Other non residential. Factories Retail wholesale trade Educational,Warehouses Transport Religious. Baseline Energy Consumption and Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Commercial Buildings in The project requirements as detailed in the contract documentation consist of the following deliverables a A methodology for the efficient and accurate collection of energy consumption data from a representative sample of buildings for the 2008 2009 financial year The data will include i Whole of

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