Very low energy buildings

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Post date: 24 Sep 2009
Type: Event

What we did As the setting for everyday life, the spaces are designed to emphasize and enhance the identity of the institution, and challenge the children’s senses. The compact form is chosen in order to optimise the interior and reduce unnecessary corridors (unusable for anything but circulation), as well as to minimise energy consumption. Why we did it
Post date: 18 Sep 2009
Type: Case
Post date: 17 Sep 2009
Type: Case

Saint Gobain Isover a/s is the instigator of the project which builds on international experience Behind the initiative is Saint Gobain Isover a/s. In its capacity as the world’s leading producer of insulation materials, the ISOVER group has a natural interest in promoting knowledge of how to reduce a building’s energy consumption. At international level, ISOVER is an active contributor to many projects using passive heating. Know-how and experience are harnessed together in the concept of the ISOVER MultiComfort House.
Post date: 16 Sep 2009
Type: Case

Post date: 15 Sep 2009
Type: Publication

Translation of the title: Guidelines for energy renovation of domestic buildings
Post date: 12 Sep 2009
Type: Publication

Building controls have a crucial role in helping buildings to be more energy efficient by making sure that all building services equipment operates at optimum level. By using open communication protocols, such as BACnet or Lon Works, HVAC, lighting, life safety, access, security and other building system control devices can interoperate, enabling facility owners to achieve improved energy efficiency.
Post date: 10 Sep 2009
Type: News