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Post date: 10 Nov 2009
Type: Event

The tool includes the following features:Data handling: General features for storing time series data. Data visualization: “Intelligent” data visualisation on the basis of the minimal data set that reveals “operation patterns”. Building specific benchmark (model based analysis): A simplified model of the building (zones + HVAC) is used for identification of faults and optimization potentials. Models in this context are based on the regulations of the CEN standard as much as reasonable.
Post date: 9 Nov 2009
Type: News

The circular letter states that governmental institutions are obliged to:  Reduce energy consumption by 10 % Energy consumption determined as the total annual energy consumption measured in kWh within the ministry's entire provinceAct energy efficiently
Post date: 9 Nov 2009
Type: News

Existing techniques and technologies in energy efficiency retrofitting can reduce energy use by up to 40 percent per home and lower total associated greenhouse gas emissions by up to 160 million metric tons annually. Retrofitting existing homes also has the potential to cut home energy bills by $21 billion annually. Yet, despite the real energy cost savings and environmental benefits associated with improving home energy efficiency, a series of barriers have prevented a self-sustaining retrofit market from forming.
Post date: 9 Nov 2009
Type: News

Environment and energy awareness, modern consumer behaviour – these are the keywords in a showcase project which the following companies in Sønderborg have been participating in: ProjectZero, the building and construction company SIB Byggeri, Grontmij|Carl Bro, Danfoss and the energy supplier SYD ENERGI. The house is now ready-built, and we can see many advantages for future housing, especially for dedicated house owners who want to show responsibility in connection with both environment and society, said Torben Golles from SIB.
Post date: 6 Nov 2009
Type: Case

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Post date: 6 Nov 2009
Type: Case

With its commitment to sustainable development, ArcelorMittal wished, with the Steel Centre at Flemalle (Liege), to provide an example of a building using existing steel systems to the maximum to reduce consumption of natural resources and energy, in particular fossil fuels. Furthermore, the building was awarded “Valideo Sustainable Construction” certification in Belgium that recognises "the quality of buildings and environmental protection”.
Post date: 6 Nov 2009
Type: Case

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Post date: 5 Nov 2009
Type: Event