RESOURCES & TRAINING
ESG Corporate Training
The momentum to adopt environmental, social, and governance (ESG) criteria and sustainability practices in the capital market has increased significantly in the past few years.
In IEN, we can help corporate in upskilling the workforce awareness and understanding of ESG. This introductory training will focus on advancing the organisation’s sustainability aspiration using various ESG approaches.
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Paramit: Factory in the Forest is a 144-page hardcover monograph that chronicles the transformative journey of Malaysia’s world-renowned green industrial building. From the sun-bleached shores of California to the tropical climes of Penang, this is a first-hand account of visionary CEO Billoo Rataul’s challenges, fortuity and fortune in pursuit of energy innovation and landmark design.
Listen to our latest podcasts demonstrating that low carbon green buildings are economically and technically feasible, and that there are no compromises between being environmentally responsible and economically prudent.
Cartoons & Illustrations
A picture is worth a thousand words. Explore and access our archive of environmental illustrations and cartoons for the built environment. The graphics are free to download, share, and use but please give appropriate attribution: IEN Consultants, Cartoons & Illustrations.
Most new buildings and developments are integrating PV and existing building can benefit from refurbishment and PV inte-gration. But how much PV is needed to offset your building's energy consump-tion?
We have developed a PV Calculator, which allows you to estimate the percentage of energy PV Roof and Facade Installations can generate for your projects. Including recommendations for achieving the new Kuala Lumpur 30% renewable energy requirement.
Daylighting design is an important part of designing a green building. Well, daylit spaces do not only conserve energy as lighting can be turned off more frequently but also increase occupant wellbeing and productivity.
Check out our free daylight calculators.
Most constructions have thermal bridging that increase the heat transfer. Typical examples of thermal bridging include down-stand concrete beams, steel I-beams or steel Z-spacers that penetrate the insulation layer.
We can help you to simulate the real U-value (W/m2 K) of your construction and to document whether it is code compliant.
Most constructions are inhomogeneous, consisting of different layers in the materials. Other materials include air gaps, which can be hard to account for in manual calculations. Typical examples of inhomogeneous materials include hollow core precast elements.
We can help you to simulate the real U-value (W/m2 K) of your wall constructions.
Natural ventilation (NV) is one of the passive strategies, which can help to cool buildings and keep occupants thermally comfortable, while reducing the need for active cooling systems.
Check out our free resources and natural ventilation calculators.
There has been an increasing focus on reducing potable water in recent years with the use of collecting and recycling rainwater. But how do you quantify the benefits?
We have developed a Rainwater Calculator, which allows you to estimate the amount of collected rainwater on your site and how it can help reduce your overall portable water consumption.