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Technical information on solar air conditioning with several case studies from several European countries. The demand for air-conditioning has been increasing through the last decade due to improved comfort and occurring higher temperatures. And with the higher demand come several problems: the extensive use of electrically driven cooling is leading to capacity straining power demand peaks in the summer and increase of green house emissions – either through leakage of cooling fluids or use of non-sustainable energy.
Post date: 22 Sep 2009
Type: Link

Executive summary The CENSE project The CENSE project The CENSE project The aim of the CENSE project (2007-2010) is to support the EU Member States (MS) and other target groups in achieving better awareness and more effective use of the European (CEN) standards that are related to the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD).
Post date: 17 Sep 2009
Type: Publication

Post date: 15 Sep 2009
Type: Publication

The website provides information on: the Association and the company the products range the application and installation the energy saving, the safety and the cost efficiency benefits
Post date: 15 Sep 2009
Type: Link

The website provides information on: •             the Association and the company •             the products range •             the application and installation •             the energy saving, the safety and the cost efficiency benefits
Post date: 15 Sep 2009
Type: Link

Post date: 14 Sep 2009
Type: Publication

Earlier intercomparison studies have shown that already the calculation of floor areas, envelope areas etc. lead to different results when national calculation standards of several European Member States have to be followed. In most cases one or several representative buildings for the country that launched the study have been used for the comparison. As many influence factors are related to the floor area, other areas or volumes (e.g. default values for internal gains or the ventilation losses), this can produce the first differences regarding the energy performance results.
Post date: 12 Sep 2009
Type: Publication