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The Philippine Green

Building Code
Energy Efficiency

Presented by:
Lea Mae Prodigo
Bridgeth Ubaldo
PHILIPPINES: MOST AT RISK TO CLIMATE
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2010 ENERGY CONSUMPTION BY SECTOR
AVERAGE RESIDENTIAL ELECTRICITY
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DEFINITION

 Green Building
- is a practice of adopting measures that
promote resource management efficiency and
site sustainability while minimizing the negative
impact of buildings on human health and
environment.
COVERAGE AND APPLICATION

Minimum Total Gross Floor Area (TGFA) coverage


ENERGY EFFICIENCY

BUILDING ENVELOPE

1. Air Tightness and Moisture Protection


- reducing air filtration and exfiltration
- preventing outside air moisture infiltration

2. Window-to-Wall Ratio (WWR)


- Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC) and WWR
- Windows without sunbreakers or overhangs
- Windows with sunbreaker
ENERGY EFFICIENCY

BUILDING ENVELOPE

3. Natural ventilation
-use of operable windows

4. Building envelope color


- High solar reflectance of building envelope

5. Roof insulation
- Reduction of heat transfer
BUILDING ENVELOPE
BUILDING ENVELOPE
BUILDING ENVELOPE
Highly Sustainable Office
Buildings in the
Philippines
Makati Taguig Cebu Quezon City

Nuvali

San Juan City


Iloilo City Hall

The Visayas Island’s


First Green Building

 Features a roof topped with solar panels that will save $17,000 per year and
prevent 36 metric tons of carbon dioxide being pumped into the atmosphere.
 The building’s solar roof will provide enough electricity to power all of the air
conditioning units on the building’s entire seventh floor, and a rainwater
harvesting system placed on top of the building will provide water for the City
Hall’s toilets.
 It helped lower power consumption and reduce greenhouse gas emissions
and air pollution in the city
ENERGY EFFICIENCY

MECHANICAL SYSTEM

1. Efficiency of Air-conditioning Equipment


- PSVARE Standard for Energy Efficient Buildings
minimum efficiency requirements

2. Energy Efficient Water Heating System


- PSVARE Standard, minimum performance
requirements
ENERGY EFFICIENCY

MECHANICAL SYSTEM

3. Variable Speed Drives and High Efficiency Motors


- devices that regulate mechanical system operations
based on actual demand

4. Enthalphy Recovery of Exhaust Air


- Fresh air supply with energy efficient system
ENERGY EFFICIENCY

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

1. Daylighting Provision
- Harvest natural daylighting

2. Daylight Controlled Lighting System


- Controlled use of artificial lighting due to daylighting

3. Lighting Power Density


- Regulated power consumption due to lighting
ENERGY EFFICIENCY

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

4. Occupancy Sensors
- Controlled use of artificial lighting due to demand

5. Lifts & Escalators Efficiency


- Use of energy-efficient conveyance systems

6. Transformers
- Use of highly-efficient transformers
ENERGY EFFICIENCY

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

7. Overhead or Elevated Water Storage


- Water distribution system that utilize reduced pump
requirements
PHILIPPINE GREEN BUILDING CODE