NCC 2019 Section J Case Study series – Using NABERS, Green Star and reference buildings

On Thursday, March 18, AIRAH hosted the Streamline session "NCC 2019 Section J Case Study series – Using NABERS, Green Star and reference buildings". This case study appears in the Feb/March 2021 issue of Ecolibrium.

About this Streamline 

The webinar looked at the NCC 2019, with specific regard to the number of ways Section J compliance with the performance requirements can be demonstrated.

The presentation covered:

  • A fictional case study scenario, with a focus on NABERS or Green Star – Design and as-built requirements in JV1 and JV
  • Verification method pathway
A recording of this webinar has been made available, free to watch.

Click here to watch the Streamline

For more information on the NCC 2019 Section J Case Study series, please click here.

This work was funded by the Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources (DISER).

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Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

In addition to these webinars being free for AIRAH members, you will also earn one CPD hour for each one you attend/watch.

If you watch the webinar live, during its original broadcast time, you will not need to manually log this in your CPD diary. If you watch a recording of the webinar, you must track this yourself to earn the CPD hour. For assistance, please email [email protected]

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Grace Foo, M.AIRAH
Principal Consultant, DeltaQ

Grace was a key technical coordinator behind the updates to the NCC 2019 energy efficiency requirements (Section J). She led a large interdisciplinary team conducting research, energy modelling, and economic analysis in the fields of building fabric, lighting, and HVAC systems.

Grace delivers successful energy efficiency projects with the capability to convert technical recommendations into cost-effective and commissionable projects, where investment performance can be measured and proven.