Changes call for innovation, and innovation lead to progress
Enviroeye was appointed as Energy Efficiency Design (EED) Expert to undertake the design project in order to define innovative solutions, to achieve a low energy buildling.
Irish Country Meats is the specialist sheep meat processing division of Slaney Foods, a subsidiary of the Linden Food Group – a combined business which represents significant scale in beef and lamb processing on the island of Ireland.
The project set targets from the onset, The target is to achieve 78% reduction on primary energy and Co2 above baseline(Part L 2008). The energy result being achieved translates into 1,121,678 kWh’s of primary energy (105,818 lit of Oil) and 268 Tonnes of Co2 per year for every year into the future
It is evident from the data that HVAC cooling remained low during the hot months of June, July & August 2018. This “Free Cooling” concept is leading the way in optimizing HVAC system & controls to local Irish weather conditions.
Irish weather conditions allow for natural cooling and achieves excellent results with integrated design, to facilitate this the building has its own weather station on the roof that signals to building users when “Free Cooling” is available
Achieved outcome in the building includes:
State-of-the-art design and build process
Free Cooling technology
Solar PV systems.
Cloud-based metering system
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