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Ann Van Eycken

Secretary general ES-SO, ES-SO European Solar Shading Organization (Non-profit)

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Building an education at the Solar Shading Academy

There are several key reasons that the Finnish Solar Shading Academy was created:To increase the level of quality and professionalism in all areas. Solar shading professionals decide the level of quality for solar shading systems in buildings. No...

Advanced and sustainable housing renovation

This handbook was drafted in the context of an agreement between the Walloon Region and the Louvain-la-Neuve Catholic University on sustainable, energy efficient renovation of Walloon housing and is mainly intended for architects and architecture...

ITRS-study: Development of an action plan „dynamic insulation” and “solar shading” IBH 798/09, April 2012


ES-SO Newsletter April 2012

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ES-SO Position Paper: Solar Shading is essential for low energy buildings


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Solar Shading Essential for Low Energy Buildings

Solar Shading is the key element for improving the energy efficiency and daylight management of existing buildings and optimiising the low-energy designs of new buildings. This technology is still underutilised although it provides a major impact on...

Klimaschutz durch Reduzierung des Energiebedarfs für Gebäudekühlung. Climate protection by reducing cooling demands in buildings.

An English summary of the study results is presented in this report.

Solar shading essential for low energy buildings


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