Energy Life Cycle Cost Analysis encourages energy efficiency in new construction by comparing the present values of two or more design alternatives. The DES Energy Program supports this goal by publishing guidelines, identifying and encouraging the consideration of cost-effective building technologies, and providing assistance in the development and review of ELCCA reports.
Listed below are the full guidelines, and the forms and spreadsheets needed for ELCCA reporting. To obtain more information contact ELCCA staff at the Department of Enterprise Services.
The ELCCA program is a member of the Facilities Engineering Services Team. Other members of this award-winning team include: