NZEB - Near Zero-Energy Buildings

Here you can download the PDF version of this Overview article (see below under 'Additional documents').Enjoy reading, and feel free to send a comment of your own! The international trend: Passive House
Post date: 11 Led 2013
Type: Novinky

A lack of a secure framework and also doubts about the possibility to use the funds due to budget deficit limits and the grey area of compliance with European Legislation such as the EPBD. Systems like the Jessica EIB funding scheme could be used to overcome the problem of budget deficit limits but are not yet in place.
Post date: 11 Led 2013
Type: Novinky

Basic design of the project:- Reuse of a discarded trade-fair pavilion- Energy efficiency through passive house construction- Reduction of materials used for construction and operation- Ecological, resource-saving and climate-protecting type of construction- Project analysis of all greenhouse gas relevant emissions- No sealing of natural areas- Handicapped-accessible type of construction- Increased living comfort and cosiness- Sophisticated and modern architecture
Post date: 8 Led 2013
Type: Věc

The maximum characteristic energy value for heating is 0 kWh/m²a.Other requirements are similar to those of the Minergie and the Minergie-P standard.For household and lighting equipment best performers have to be used.There is also a requirement concerning embodied energy.No maximum costs
Post date: 20 Pro 2012
Type: Publication

Terms like "net zero energy", "zero net energy", "net zero carbon" or "EQuilibrium" buildings are in widespread use. But these terms have different meaning and are poorly understood, even though several IEA countries have adopted them as goal of their building energy policies.   IEA SHC project "Task 40" aims at filling this gap with a clear definition and international agreement on the measures of building performance that could inform "zero energy" building policies, programmes and industry adoption.  
Post date: 6 Pro 2012
Type: Odkaz

Post date: 1 Lis 2012
Type: Odkaz

The jury for the 2012 Energy Efficiency Innovator Awards has selected the International Energy Agency’s Building Energy Efficiency Policies (BEEP) database as the winner in its “Projects” category. The prize will be bestowed to Dr Yamina SAHEB at the Energy Efficiency Innovator Awards Ceremony in Monaco on November 9th, 2012 .
Post date: 31 Říj 2012
Type: Novinky