Set of Conservation Options Law and Legal Definition

According to 10 CFR 435.302 (u) [Title 10 Energy; Chapter II Department Of Energy; Subchapter D Energy Conservation; Part 435 Energy Efficiency Standards for New Federal Low-Rise Residential Buildings; Subpart C Mandatory Energy Efficiency Standards for Federal Residential Buildings], the term set of conservation options means “the combination of envelope design and equipment measures that influences the long term energy use in a building designed to maintain a minimum of ventilation level of 0.7 air changes per hour, including the heating and cooling equipment, domestic hot water equipment, glazing, insulation, refrigerators and air infiltration control measures.”