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Post date: 15 Jun 2009
Type: Case

Post date: 14 Jun 2009
Type: Link

Post date: 11 Jun 2009
Type: Link

Post date: 11 Jun 2009
Type: Link

Post date: 11 Jun 2009
Type: Link

Buildings (both domestic and non-domestic) in EU are responsible for approximately 40% of the primary energy use. This makes buildings the largest 'energy-using-sector' in the Union. From the energy point of view, one can reduce consumption: by using building products that are sustainable (e.g. have little embodied energy), by designing and constructing buildings that use as little energy as possible with respect to heating, cooling, ventilation, etc. and by maintaining and operating buildings without wasting energy.
Post date: 10 Jun 2009
Type: Case

Post date: 10 Jun 2009
Type: Publication

Post date: 10 Jun 2009
Type: Publication

VDI Guideline 6022, one of the most popular Guidelines published by VDI. Since 1998, more than 10.000 copies of VDI Guidebooks have been printed and thousands of people went to the training described in the guidebook. As the result the hygiene standard in air-conditioning systems today is much better than 10 years ago. REHVA´s Swiss member SWKI accepted the VDI 6022 Guideline as SWKI-2003-5, in 2003. The REHVA working group revised and updated the German Guidebook with some new ideas and procedures.
Post date: 10 Jun 2009
Type: Publication