See below how Insulation ceiling by ISOVER can contribute to LEED criteria : Optimize energy performance
Buildings are responsible for 30 to 40% of energy use in most countries.
By using adapted insulation and energy saving techniques from ISOVER, up to 80% of a building’s energy consumption for heating or cooling can be saved.
To achieve increasing levels of energy performance beyond the prerequisite standard to reduce environmental and economic harms associated with excessive energy use.
The project’s energy performance is assessed and compared to the baseline. Points are awarded according to the percentage of improvement between the two (see table below).
Read the detailed requirement for Optimize Energy Performance
With our focus on optimizing energy efficiency, ISOVER insulation solutions help reduce energy demand for heating and, cooling as well as the associated carbon emissions. Our solutions are adapted for metallic or massive construction buildings, wooden or steel frame constructions.
ISOVER provides mineral wool solutions for HVAC ducts and pipes, offering the best combination of energy efficiency, thermal and, acoustic comfort, and safety. In many countries, we facilitate energy modeling through Building Information Modeling (BIM) available files.
Airtightness Systems and Moisture Management Systems
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