Everything You Need To
Know About Basix Report
What is Basix Report ?
were created to meet a target of about 25%
reductions in greenhouse gases and 40% in water
BASIX also known as the Building Sustainability Index was
created in 2004 by the New South Wales Government as a
portion of an initiative to ensure that residential
developments were sustainable.
What is the purpose of a Basix report?
The BASIX® tool is used to calculate the house or unit's
energy and water scores based on a range of data, including
size, location and design features.
How are the targets in a BASIX report measured?
The has a benchmark for energy and water
and they are equally measured on the basis of per capita.
The assessment is based on the following criteria
Location of the building
Orientation size of the building
Construction type of the building
Window size and type of the building
Landscaping of the building
Appliances used within the building
What does a BASIX report entail?
The orientation of the building
The size of the building
Where the building is situated
The landscaping surrounding the building
The type and size of windows used in the building
The appliances being used in the building
What targets are in a BASIX report?
There are three basic goals involved in the introduction of
BASIX Certificate Programme:
A 40% reduction in water consumption
A 40% reduction in greenhouse gases
A 40% reduction in required energy for thermal comfort
Where Can You Get The BASIX report?
NRG Efficient Homes
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