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National trends of innovative products and systems for energy-efficient buildings - Barriers and strategies for an accelerated market uptake

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On 3 and 4 March 2010, ASIEPI and AIVC organized an interactive workshop in Amsterdam to discuss the challenges related to organizing a smooth market introduction of innovative energy efficient products and systems as well as the energy needed to accelerate the change process towards a comfortable, healthy and energy-efficient built environment. Special attention was paid to "best practice examples" with the emphasis on airconditioning/cooling and ventilation technologies. This paper presents, within the European framework, the barriers and alternatives for innovative products and systems identified by the IEE SAVE ASIEPI project and workshop.
Information paper P196 of the European Project ASIEPI