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Post date: 25 May 2010
Type: Publication

Solar control glass: - Allows sunlight to pass through a window or façade thus keeping the indoor space bright - Saves huge amount of energy by reducing and sometimes eliminating the need for air-conditioning - Reduces energy consumption required to cool down a building - Reduces energy related CO2 emissions
Post date: 25 May 2010
Type: Publication

Solar control glass: - Allows sunlight to pass through a window or façade thus keeping the indoor space bright - Saves huge amount of energy by reducing and sometimes eliminating the need for air-conditioning - Reduces energy consumption required to cool down a building - Reduces energy related CO2 emissions
Post date: 25 May 2010
Type: Publication

Solar control glass: - Allows sunlight to pass through a window or façade thus keeping the indoor space bright - Saves huge amount of energy by reducing and sometimes eliminating the need for air-conditioning - Reduces energy consumption required to cool down a building - Reduces energy related CO2 emissions
Post date: 25 May 2010
Type: Publication

Solar control glass: - Allows sunlight to pass through a window or façade thus keeping the indoor space bright - Saves huge amount of energy by reducing and sometimes eliminating the need for air-conditioning - Reduces energy consumption required to cool down a building - Reduces energy related CO2 emissions
Post date: 25 May 2010
Type: Publication

It is expected that many countries will between 2015 and 2020 have regulations imposing requirements for new buildings which are near-zero energy targets. This has major consequences:  
Post date: 21 May 2010
Type: Topic

Buildings are responsible for 40% of energy consumption and 36% of EU CO2 emissions. Energy performance of buildings is key to achieve the EU Climate & Energy objectives, namely the reduction of a 20% of the Greenhouse gases emissions by 2020 and a 20% energy savings by 2020. Improving the energy performance of buildings is a cost-effective way of fighting against climate change and improving energy security, while also creating job opportunities, particularly in the building sector.
Post date: 20 May 2010
Type: News

Post date: 19 May 2010
Type: Publication