ventilative cooling

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The Energy in Buildings and Communities (EBC) newsletter carries regular reports of energy policy development and research activities taking place in various countries. It contains updates on ongoing and planned research projects, features new publications and website information, as well as topical articles of a general nature. It is intended for those active in fields relating to operational energy saving for buildings and communities. The EBC news Issue 60, November 2014 contains the following articles:
Post date: 15 Ιουν 2015
Type: Publication

The Energy in Buildings and Communities (EBC) newsletter carries regular reports of energy policy development and research activities taking place in various countries. It contains updates on ongoing and planned research projects, features new publications and website information, as well as topical articles of a general nature. It is intended for those active in fields relating to operational energy saving for buildings and communities. The EBC news Issue 58, November 2013 contains the following articles: 
Post date: 15 Ιουν 2015
Type: Publication

The thermal comfort of the residential building Home for Life is presented with a particular focus on the strategies used to achieve good thermal comfort, and the role of solar shading and ventilative cooling with natural ventilation. Home for Life was completed in 2009 as one of six buildings in the Model Home 2020 project. It has generous daylight conditions, and is designed to be energy neutral with a good indoor environment. 
Post date: 8 Απρ 2015
Type: Publication

The abstract submission deadline for the 36th AIVC Conference: "Effective ventilation in high performance buildings", to be held in Madrid, Spain on 23 & 24 September 2015, has been extended. 
Post date: 31 Μαρ 2015
Type: Ειδήσεις

Raising awareness, exchanging information and discussing issues on ventilative cooling are the major motivations behind venticool.   The venticool newsletter 05 emphasizes how the sharing of positions and views with stakeholders, policy makers and standard writers based on scientific knowledge and feedback all play a crucial part in the platform's work.  
Post date: 6 Φεβ 2015
Type: Publication

The venticool platform was inaugurated in September 2012 to answer the growing need for international collaboration on ventilative cooling. Since then, the platform has facilitated the programme development of IEA Annex 62 with the organization of key meeting points at workshop and conferences. It is now key partner of Annex 62 and the European project QUALICHeCKVenticool is firmly anchored at an international level and gradually becomes THE international meeting point for ventilative cooling activities. 
Post date: 23 Σεπ 2014
Type: Publication

Venticool's position paper with a brief overview of opportunities and challenges for ventilative cooling solutions both:To contribute to the 2020 objectives of the EU in the building sector with regard to energy savings and greenhouse gas emissions;To contain the overheating risk, which is an increasing concern in low-energy buildings.
Post date: 9 Σεπ 2014
Type: Publication

With the increasing weight of energy performance regulations on market uptake in the building sector, bridging the gap between scientific and regulatory approaches on ventilative cooling is crucial. As you will learn through this newsletter, venticool works on several initiatives to build this bridge. In particular, with its foreseen plenary presentations and topical sessions, as well as the abstracts collected throughout the call, the programme of the 35th AIVC and 2nd venticool conference to be held in Poznan, Poland 24-25 September 2014 already sounds very promising.
Post date: 21 Ιουν 2014
Type: Publication