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The BEQ tool focuses on step 3 (FDD and optimization) and step 4 (monitoring) of the procedure. Correspondingly, it offers the following features which can support these steps:
Post date: 3 Aug 2010
Type: Tool

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Post date: 29 Jul 2010
Type: Event

Members of Swedish national municipal housing federation SABO, leader of the Swedish POWER HOUSE platform agreed together on an achievable energy consumption target of 20% by 2016 signed a commitment, assigned an energy contact person and then got going on identifying what they term ‘energy thieves’ in the buildings they manage, which house one in seven Swedes.
Post date: 22 Jul 2010
Type: News

Nordstaden, Gothenburg (Sweden) Building owner Office and retail buildings dominate the building stock of AP Fastigheter. AP Fastigheter owns, manages and constructs buildings.  www.apfastigheter.se/
Post date: 22 Jul 2010
Type: Case

Duka house, Gothenburg (Sweden) Building owner AP Fastigheter is Swedens largest property company with around 3.4 million m² property floor area and locations in Stockholm, Uppsala, Malmö, Lund and Gothenburg. Office and retail buildings dominate the building stock of AP Fastigheter. AP Fastigheter owns, manages and constructs buildings.  www.apfastigheter.se/
Post date: 22 Jul 2010
Type: Case

How to use the bulb selector: 1. Select your parameters – in the green upper half of the selector, drag the light bulbs to the desired criteria. Click the grey light bulbs if you wish to search for the corresponding criteria. 2. View the results – in the lower half.What do the results show? Three bulb photos on the left show which bulbs meet your needs (red text means no bulb of that type matches your criteria).
Post date: 21 Jul 2010
Type: Tool

Post date: 30 Jun 2010
Type: Link

*The objectives of this ‘’Task 35’’ are to catalyst the development and market introduction of high quality and commercial competitive PV-T hybrid systems and to increase general understanding and contribute to internationally accepted standards on performance, testing, monitoring and commercial characteristics of PV-T hybrid Systems in the building sector.
Post date: 29 Jun 2010
Type: News

Post date: 23 Jun 2010
Type: Link