HVAC&R systems

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The REHVA January issue is available online by clicking here. The featured articles are: 
Post date: 8 May 2014
Type: News

The control of energy in smaller buildings is generally poor, despite the availability of a range of tried and tested systems incorporating both mature and innovative technologies. The installation of heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) zone controls, optimising controllers for wet heating systems, and lighting controls are encouraged by the UK government. Financial support through the enhanced capital allowances (ECA) scheme and good practice guidance from the Carbon Trust is provided.
Post date: 17 Feb 2014
Type: Publication

The project, funded by the “Mediterranean” transnational cooperation Programme, aims to support the growth potential and capacity for innovation of SMEs in the field of energy efficiency in buildings in the tertiary sector at the transnational level, in order to actively contribute to growth, competitiveness, and employment in the Mediterranean area.On the one hand, it supports innovation through the identification, testing, and dissemination of new products and technologies, and on the other the development of a plurality of activities to support SMEs.
Post date: 27 Jan 2014
Type: Link

The MOVIDA Project (“MOVing from Inspection to Domestic Advice by service companies”) aimed to improve the energy efficiency of HVAC systems in buildings for both the domestic sector and the tertiary sector, by changing the mode of carrying out inspections according to the regulations on energy efficiency in buildings (Directive 2010/31/EU), complementing the tasks of operating and maintaining with a study of energy efficiency.
Post date: 19 Dec 2013
Type: Publication

The MOVIDA Project (“MOVing from Inspection to Domestic Advice by service companies”) aimed to improve the energy efficiency of HVAC systems in buildings for both the domestic sector and the tertiary sector, by changing the mode of carrying out inspections according to the regulations on energy efficiency in buildings (Directive 2010/31/EU), complementing the tasks of operating and maintaining with a study of energy efficiency.
Post date: 19 Dec 2013
Type: Publication

The MOVIDA Project (“MOVing from Inspection to Domestic Advice by service companies”) aimed to improve the energy efficiency of HVAC systems in buildings for both the domestic sector and the tertiary sector, by changing the mode of carrying out inspections according to the regulations on energy efficiency in buildings (Directive 2010/31/EU), complementing the tasks of operating and maintaining with a study of energy efficiency.
Post date: 19 Dec 2013
Type: Publication

The MOVIDA Project (“MOVing from Inspection to Domestic Advice by service companies”) aimed to improve the energy efficiency of HVAC systems in buildings for both the domestic sector and the tertiary sector, by changing the mode of carrying out inspections according to the regulations on energy efficiency in buildings (Directive 2010/31/EU), complementing the tasks of operating and maintaining with a study of energy efficiency.
Post date: 19 Dec 2013
Type: Publication

The MOVIDA Project (“MOVing from Inspection to Domestic Advice by service companies”) aimed to improve the energy efficiency of HVAC systems in buildings for both the domestic sector and the tertiary sector, by changing the mode of carrying out inspections according to the regulations on energy efficiency in buildings (Directive 2010/31/EU), complementing the tasks of operating and maintaining with a study of energy efficiency.
Post date: 19 Dec 2013
Type: Publication

The MOVIDA Project (“MOVing from Inspection to Domestic Advice by service companies”) aimed to improve the energy efficiency of HVAC systems in buildings for both the domestic sector and the tertiary sector, by changing the mode of carrying out inspections according to the regulations on energy efficiency in buildings (Directive 2010/31/EU), complementing the tasks of operating and maintaining with a study of energy efficiency.
Post date: 19 Dec 2013
Type: Publication

IntroductionWhere space is limited and invasive interventions have to be avoided – be it historic buildings in particular or refurbishment projects in general – particular awareness and special solutions for HVAC systems are needed. Within FP7 project 3ENCULT a number of such solutions have been developed and tested at case studies. Values and potential in historic buildings
Post date: 18 Dec 2013
Type: Publication