Very low energy buildings

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The company has invested over £3.5million in this ground-breaking research project, aptly named ‘Greenwatt Way’. The site, which used to house an SSE office building, features rainwater harvesting, grey water recycling, triple glazed windows, enhanced insulation and its very own renewable heat hub. Installed are four different renewable heating sources including air- and ground-source heat pumps, a biomass boiler and solar thermal panels.
Post date: 30 Sep 2010
Type: News

Post date: 30 Sep 2010
Type: Publication

"The EU commission has recently decided that all new buildings from the end of 2020 must be Nearly Zero Energy Buildings. Due to the fact that buildings have a long lifetime it is important to ensure a high quality of the building envelope", says Jes Dam Jessen from Rockwool Scandinavia.
Post date: 29 Sep 2010
Type: News

For more information go to: http://ieea.erba.hu/ieea/page/Page.jsp?op=home
Post date: 23 Sep 2010
Type: News

Call for Papers -flyer is enclosed and more information can be found on the website at www.tut.fi/nsb2011.
Post date: 20 Sep 2010
Type: News

Promotional funds will be available for the construction of passive houses. To this end, it is hoped Bahnstadt will become the largest passive housing area in the world. The plans for Bahnstadt also include rainwater management systems, nature protection and a good public transport infrastructure, as well as a thorough electricity-saving concept. Bahnstadt will be a residential area, as well as a base for business and research.
Post date: 20 Sep 2010
Type: News

The Energy Savings Club Detect the effect: The Energy Savings Club is the first campaign that provides continuous support for consumers and their energy saving efforts at www.energiesparclub.de. The objective is to win over 100.000 users who reduce their energy consumption and CO2 emissions in the long term. The Energy Savings Club is co-funded within Germany’s Climate Initiative by the Federal Ministry for the Environment.
Post date: 16 Sep 2010
Type: Link

Post date: 16 Sep 2010
Type: Link