Energy performance certification

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Post date: 16 Jan 2010
Type: Ereignis

Post date: 7 Jan 2010
Type: Ereignis

“This data presents a few home truths,” says Paul King, chief executive of the UK Green Building Council. “Our public building stock is leaking like a sieve, with an enormous carbon footprint and energy bills to match.” He says that the Government need to lead by example, as the largest user and procurer of buildings in the country, and launch a major refurbishment programme. “Except in the case of a small number of historic buildings, we should simply mandate improvements that would eliminate the worst performing buildings,” says King.
Post date: 6 Jan 2010
Type: News

 Sustainable Building Alliance initiative reunites at the Board level the following organizations: USGBC (LEED), BRE (BREEAM), CSTB (HQE), DGNB (DGNB Certificate), FCAV (AQUA), VTT, ITC-CNR, IVE.
Post date: 3 Jan 2010
Type: Link

Post date: 27 Dez 2009
Type: Ereignis

The German Ministry for Transport, Building and Urban Affairs contracted Fraunhofer-IBP in cooperation with the Federal Office for Building and Regional Planning and the company Megawatt to issue an energy certificate based on calculations with the standard DIN V 18599. The complex energy supply concept includes combined heat and power units based on biofuel, absorption cooling, seasonal heat and cold storages and connects via local district heating and cooling networks several parliamentary buildings.
Post date: 17 Dez 2009
Type: Fall