The vision of Building Automation e-training Institute is to become a leader in the global education market of building automation and energy efficiency, offering a unique training experience to each customer around the world.
To help our customers to achieve the maximum energy efficiency and functionality in buildings, making our planet cleaner.
Consumer electronics and computer equipment now represent 15% of global residential electricity consumption. Energy used by these devices is expected to triple by 2030 unless actions are taken to increase energy efficiency.Find a Seminar
Something is more energy efficient if it delivers more services for the same energy input, or the same services for less energy input. For example, a compact fluorescent light (CFL) bulb uses less energy than an incandescent bulb to produce the same amount of light, therefore the CFL is considered to be more energy efficient
To support governments with their implementation of energy efficiency, the IEA recommended the adoption of specific energy efficiency policy measures to the G-8 summits in 2006, 2007 and 2008. The consolidated set of recommendations to these summits covers 25 fields of action across seven priority areas: cross-sectoral activity, buildings, appliances, lighting, transport, industry and energy providers. The recommendations can be found here.
Primary energy consumption refers to the direct use of energy at the source, or supplying users with crude energy which has not been subjected to any conversion or transformation process.
Final energy consumption refers to energy that is supplied to the consumer for all final energy uses such as heating, cooling and lighting.
Buildings represent 32% of total final energy consumption. In terms of primary energy consumption, buildings represent around 40% in most IEA countries.
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