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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

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: Ειδήσεις

The venticool platform was inaugurated in September 2012 in response to the needs felt to increase awareness regarding ventilative cooling and to foster exchanges on this topic both for practitioners and researchers. 15 months later, its relevance is clearly confirmed:  
Post date: 8 Ιαν 2014
Type: Publication

venticool is the International Ventilative Cooling Platform that was launched October 2012 to accelerate the uptake of ventilative cooling by raising awareness, sharing experience and steering research and development efforts in the field of ventilative cooling.
Post date: 6 Ιουν 2013
Type: Publication

Venticool is the European Ventilative Cooling Platform launched in October 2012 to accelerate the uptake of ventilative cooling  by raising awareness, sharing experience and steering research and development efforts in the field of ventilative cooling.
Post date: 30 Νοε 2012
Type: Publication

Ventilative cooling refers to the use of natural or mechanical ventilation strategies to cool indoor spaces, and thereby both improve thermal comfort and reduce space cooling energy use which may be critical to achieve new or renovated NZEB. The most common technique is the use of increased ventilation airflow rates and night ventilation but other technologies may be considered as well.   This community will focus on research issues but also on practical implementation, quality issues, opportunities and barriers.  
Post date: 7 Σεπ 2012
Type: Θέμα