Building operation, monitoring, energy management

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Dena indicates the possible reduction of energy use as follows: - optimised use of server capacity: 35 % and more - thermal improvement of the centre (splitting into warm and cold air spaces): 20 % - use of modern and energy efficient IT hardware: up to 15 % - optimised use of programs and data can lead to a possible reduction of the number of servers. On the website www.energieeffizienz-im-service.de a guidebook and an information graphic for download is offered.
Post date: 27 Aug 2009
Type: News

The different information packages are: info package for tenants: cost-efficient measures such as simple insulation measures at pipes and behind radiators, correct heating and ventilation, energy saving at lights and household appliances renovation info package: where to start, which technologies to apply, how to find experts. Items range from heating system exchange to use of solar energy, insulation of walls and roof and new windows. info package on renewable energy: for building owners that want to heat with wood, solar or ambient heat
Post date: 27 Aug 2009
Type: News

An important question in general is: How to revalue the information of operational EPBD inspections in order to make it fit for use on tactical and strategical level in real estate management? Energy is not yet an important decision aspect –if yet at all- in real estate management processes. The purpose of the EPI-CREM project is to embed energy themes in the regular real estate management processes. This can be realised by developing an easy to use approach with
Post date: 25 Aug 2009
Type: Publication

Post date: 24 Aug 2009
Type: Publication

Post date: 24 Aug 2009
Type: Publication