Demonstrate Your Building’s Performance with the ILFI Reveal Label
March 2017 | Announcements | 2030 Challenge
The International Living Future Institute (ILFI) has collaborated with Architecture 2030 to update their Reveal label – an easy-to-understand method of displaying the energy performance of a building.
Reveal is designed for owners, managers, architects, 2030 Challenge adopters, and AIA 2030 Commitment signatories who want the validation and confirmation of third-party verification for their building’s energy performance.
The Reveal label displays a building’s:
- Energy use intensity
- Zero Energy Performance Index (ZEPI) score
- Reduction in energy use from the 2030 Challenge baseline
- Onsite and offsite renewable energy generation (if applicable)
“The Reveal label provides a clear, third-party verified program for validating reaching the 2030 Challenge targets or achieving a Zero Net Carbon building.”
– Edward Mazria, Founder and CEO, Architecture 2030.
Reveal – Using the Architecture 2030 Zero Tool
2030 Commitment signatories and 2030 Challenge adopters can use Architecture 2030’s new Zero Tool to generate post-occupancy building data and submit that data to the Reveal program for third-party verification that a project meets the Challenge targets.
2030 District members can also demonstrate that their buildings meet the 2030 Challenge targets through the Zero Tool, and have their building’s performance third-party verified by submitting data from the Zero Tool to the Reveal program.
For more details on the Reveal label and how to apply for a label, visit the ILFI website.
You can learn more about the Zero Tool here.