Residential buildings

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Post date: 10 Čer 2010
Type: Event

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Post date: 10 Čer 2010
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On EnergyMap Danish companies, organisations, institutions and public authorities are given the opportunity to present their work and ideas on technologies and programmes that may help combat climate change and improve energy-efficiency. Users of EnergyMap are invited to explore the solutions, cases, projects and events presented on the portal. Many of the featured sites are open for visitors and many also offer investment opportunities. 
Post date: 8 Čer 2010
Type: Věc

This building was build in 1970 and is located in the north east France Initial state : Building envelope : External walls are made of hollow bricks (thickness = 25 cm ) with no insulation material. The flat roof and the ground floor are made of  two concrete slabs (thickness = 20 cm) and are not insulated. Windows are made of polyvinyl chloride with double glazing. They are equipped with roller shutters. HVAC systems :
Post date: 8 Čer 2010
Type: Věc

Building envelope This one storey house was built in 1981. It is located in the <-xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags" />north west France. Walls are made of concrete blocks with 4 cm of an intern insulated material. Windows and patio doors are in wood with single glazing. The ground floor is build on a crowl space (8 cm insulated material) and there is an attic space (4cm insulated material) HVAC Systems
Post date: 8 Čer 2010
Type: Věc

Post date: 4 Čer 2010
Type: Odkaz

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Post date: 3 Čer 2010
Type: Event

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Post date: 3 Čer 2010
Type: Event

Straw bale buildings have been constructed in America since the first baling machine was invented in the late 1800s. The first straw building in the UK was built in 1994, and since then, over 100 buildings have been constructed using this method. North Kesteven District Council, however, is the first local authority in the country to build straw houses to be used as social housing. Why build straw houses? The Council is taking direct action to tackle the problem of providing affordable homes in the District, with more and more people seeking affordable housing.
Post date: 1 Čer 2010
Type: Novinky