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Post date: 11 Ιουν 2009
Type: Σύνδεσμος

Post date: 11 Ιουν 2009
Type: Σύνδεσμος

The new regulation incorporated into the Building Code will be in force from the 1st of January 2009. This means that from this date all buildings, excluding buildings defined in Art. 5 p.7 (such as monumental buildings, temporary used buildings, churches, farm buildings, industrial buildings with energy consumption less than 50 kWh/a, and detached houses with area below 50 m2.) and apartments being sold or rented should have a valid energy certificate. Author: Malgorzata POPIOLEK (National Energy Conservation Agency)Date:   10/03/08
Post date: 4 Μάιος 2009
Type: Ask the Experts

According to Art.5 p. 8, the energy expert should have a higher education with MSc title and, in addition: • have a building license for design or; • finished specialist training and pass exam or; • finished postgraduate studies in the field of building audits and building certification. Author: Malgorzata POPIOLEK (National Energy Conservation Agency)Date:   10/03/08
Post date: 4 Μάιος 2009
Type: Ask the Experts

According to Art.5 p.3 of the updated Building Code, each owner of a building or apartment which is rented or sold, as well as a developer of a new building, should posses and be able to present to the future user/buyer a valid energy certificate. Certificates are valid for 10 years, unless the building is the object of major renovation which changes its energy characteristic. Author: Malgorzata POPIOLEK (National Energy Conservation Agency)Date:   10/03/08
Post date: 4 Μάιος 2009
Type: Ask the Experts

The Ministry of Construction, responsible in Poland for EPBD implementation, decided that all requirements related to the Directive will be introduce into the Building Code. On the 19th September 07, the Parliament accepted the necessary changes and on 5th October 07, the president signed the voted Act. The official version of the new Building Code is presented in the Journal of Acts no. 191, item1373, dated 18th October 2007. Author: Malgorzata POPIOLEK (National Energy Conservation Agency)Date:   10/03/08
Post date: 4 Μάιος 2009
Type: Ask the Experts

Post date: 1 Μάιος 2009
Type: Σύνδεσμος

Post date: 1 Μάιος 2009
Type: Σύνδεσμος

Post date: 12 Φεβ 2009
Type: Publication