residential buildings / dwellings

This falls under the heading of IEA Implementing Agreements:The Solar Heating and Cooling Programme: TASK 37 - Advanced Housing Renovation with Solar and Conversation.To visit the Solar Heating and Cooling Programme website to find more publications and to learn about the SCH Programme, please click here.
Post date: 16 Mar 2012
Type: Publication

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Post date: 24 Feb 2012
Type: News

INITIAL CHARACTERISTICS of this case study:The house is situated in a terrace of houses in an estate in a busy town in North Tipperary. The house was built approximately 37-38 years ago. The total area of the house is approximately 88m².The house had the following types of retrofitting:1) Attic Insulation2) Cavity fill wall insulation3) Heating controls4) High efficiency cylinder5) Wood stoveMEASURES:
Post date: 20 Feb 2012
Type: Case

Post date: 20 Feb 2012
Type: Publication

Este trabajo ha sido promovido y financiado por Eurostat (la agencia estadística de la CE) con el 50% de su coste, con el fin de desarrollar y sistematizar una metodología para conocer las características del consumo en un sector complejo pero decisivo en el uso global de energía.
Post date: 25 Jan 2012
Type: News

El sector residencial es un sector clave en el contexto energético actual, tanto nacional como comunitario, debido a la importancia que reviste su necesidades energéticas, que en España, y en términos de energía final, significan el 17% del consumo final total y el 25% de la demanda de energía eléctrica.En España, la importancia del sector residencial y la necesidad de un mayor conocimiento del mismo, llevó al IDAE/MITyC a presentar la propuesta española “Proyecto SPAHOUSEC (Analysis of the Energy Consumption in the Spanish Households)” a Eurostat en el marco del proyecto SECH.
Post date: 25 Jan 2012
Type: Publication

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Post date: 13 Jan 2012
Type: Event

In collaboration with IEA ECBCS Annex 50 Prefabricated Sytems for Low Energy Renovation of Residential buildings -  the IEA ECBCS Annex 50 - Prefabricated Systems for Low Energy Retrofit is a ´Task Shared Annex in which Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, France, Netherlands, Portugal and Switzerland participate. The project aims to accelerate advanced retrofit of residential buildings by developing and promoting new refurbishment concepts.
Post date: 21 Dec 2011
Type: Publication