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REHVA Journal. Volume 46, Issue 2, April 2009, pages 51-54
Post date: 24 Jul 2009
Type: Publication

REHVA Journal. Volume 46, Issue 2, April 2009, pages 55-58
Post date: 24 Jul 2009
Type: Publication

REHVA Journal. Volume 46, Issue 2, April 2009, pages 22-26
Post date: 24 Jul 2009
Type: Publication

Post date: 24 Jul 2009
Type: Publication

legislation on energy efficiency in buildings, Eco-design EuP Directive, Energy Labelling Directive, Energy Services Update, Community News and updates on eceee activities such as the bi-annual Summer Study and Proceedings.
Post date: 17 Jul 2009
Type: Link

Solar thermal creates economic benefits on two different levels: it reduces the costs associated with burning imported fossil fuels or using electricity for heating and cooling. And it creates jobs and economic wealth in the production, marketing and installation of solar thermal systems.
Post date: 14 Jul 2009
Type: News

The main objectives of ASIEPI WP7 are to create or increase awareness of the MS around available alternative techniques and technologies that improve thermal comfort without increasing the energy consumption and how to assess the energy performance of such techniques. The activities within this WP cover a collection and analysis of the situation of the EPBD implementation in those Member States who already have specifications regarding summer comfort and air-conditioning.
Post date: 10 Jul 2009
Type: News

The used energy efficiency technologies include new insulation materials, high efficient windows and phase change material as well as efficient energy supply technologies like a micro combined heat and power unit, fuel cells, heat pump and photovoltaic panels. The building is a transportable, fully functional light-weight construction and produces more energy than it consumes. A so-called intelligent energy reader indicates possible electrical energy savings. The building is made of sustainable, natural and recycable materials.
Post date: 7 Jul 2009
Type: News

The project and the central part of the evaluation of energy efficiency and energy savings potentials at the demand side is based on the bottom-up MURE simulation tool. The tool is structured into the following modules: residential sector buildings, residential electric appliances, transport sector, industrial sector processes, industrial sector electric cross-cutting technologies, service sector buildings, service sector electric appliances, IT appliances, demand side CHP.
Post date: 6 Jul 2009
Type: News