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The IEE HARMONAC project has a number of aims: • To understand more clearly how air conditioning systems consume energy. This was achieved through measurements and investigations of Case Studies of working airconditioning (AC) systems from across Europe – a vital first step for assessing the real energy saving opportunities available from such systems
Post date: 14 Dec 2010
Type: Publication

Post date: 2 Nov 2010
Type: Publication

This presentation was given at a half day seminar hosted by BSRIA (United Kingdom) on 28 September 2010 on behalf of Communities and Local Government (CLG) to summarise the changes to the new Building Regulations.
Post date: 25 Oct 2010
Type: Publication

The EPI-CREM project aims to improve energy efficiency and rational use of energy across public building stock in Europe by embedding energy issues in decision making processes within Corporate Real Estate Management (CREM). The full set of reference descriptions for building elements is available at www.epi-crem.org under the section 'results'.
Post date: 20 Oct 2010
Type: Publication

The EPI-CREM project aims to improve energy efficiency and rational use of energy across public building stock in Europe by embedding energy issues in decision making processes within Corporate Real Estate Management (CREM).
Post date: 20 Oct 2010
Type: Publication