This article aims to answer some of the FAQ's regarding JV3 assessments! JV3 is an alternative assessment for non-residential buildings. It uses a reference building to compare the overall assumed energy consumption of new buildings with respect to their location and climate.

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NatHERS FAQ's. A NatHERS assessment helps to benefit both Australian residents and the environment. Listed below are answers to some of the FAQ’s relating to NatHERs.

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All the answers to the most Frequently Asked Questions relating to BASIX certifications! The Building Sustainability index ... reducing greenhouse gas emissions and water consumption with a proposed design. Obtaining a BASIX certification ...benefited through a reduction in water and energy bills.

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Below are all the FAQs regarding your Section J reports! Section J of Volume One in the National Construction Code (NCC) defines the energy efficiency requirements for Class 3-9 commercial buildings. The report outlines ... to comply with the requirements outlined in the Section J of the NCC.

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Prior to commencing most types of developments in NSW, you will have to lodge a Development Application (DA) with your local council. The DA approval/building approval process in NSW can be summarised in five steps, with minor variances between each local government area. Read more!

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NatHERS, (or Nationalwide House Energy Rating Scheme), provides a rating system to determine the thermal comfort of Australian homes through software simulations...The more stars a home gets the more comfortable the occupants will feel when living in the house/unit without additional cooling or heating systems. Read more!

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Building Sustainability Index (BASIX) is a planning tool to assist the NSW State Government ensure that all new developments and alterations are water and energy efficient. The overall goal of BASIX is to contribute to the sustainable future of NSW by reducing water consumption and greenhouse gas emissions by 40%. Read more!

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BASIX (Building Sustainability Index) assesses the energy and water efficiency of your development. It is one of the most important planning tools currently operating in NSW to ensure... In NSW the State Government requires that a BASIX Certificate is attached to all development plans when submitted for DA approval. Read more!

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