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IEA-EBC Annex 58: Reliable building energy performance characterisation based on full scale dynamic measurements   The Executive Committee of the International Energy Agency Energy in Buildings and Communities programme (IEA EBC) approved the “IEA-EBC Annex 58: Reliable building energy performance characterisation based on full scale dynamic measurements” in 2011. The project was completed in 2016.   The main objectives of the project were to:  
Post date: 24 Apr 2017
Type: Poveznica

IEA-EBC Annex 72: Assessment life cycle related environmental impacts caused by buildings   The Executive Committee of the International Energy Agency Energy in Buildings and Communities programme (IEA EBC) approved the “IEA-EBC Annex 72: Assessment life cycle related environmental impacts caused by buildings” in 2016. The project will run till 2021.  
Post date: 24 Apr 2017
Type: Poveznica

Ovaj dokument je sažetak Sredozemnog energije tranzicije scenariju zaključke, dizajnirani i razvijeni u okviru suradnje između mediteranske udruge Nacionalne agencije za uštedu energije (MEDENER), u mediteranskom energetske observatory (ОМЕ) i francuske okoliša i energetske management agencija - АДЕМЕ.  
Post date: 21 Mar 2017
Type: Publication

People spend up to 90% of their lives indoors, so it is perhaps not surprising that the quality of the environment created has a significant impact on their health and well-being. What is perhaps even more surprising is that the indoor air quality of some buildings, including modern low energy buildings, has been shown to be poorer than urban outdoor air quality.  
Post date: 20 Mar 2017
Type: Publication

International Solar Energy Society (ISES) Solar World Congress (SWC 2017) - 5th International Conference on Solar Heating and Cooling for Buildings and Industry (SHC 2017)   The International Solar Energy Society (ISES) Solar World Congress (SWC) 2017 will be held together with the 5th International Conference on Solar Heating and Cooling for Buildings and Industry (SHC 2017). The theme of this joint event is: "Innovation for the 100% renewable energy transformation".   Themes and recommended topics for abstract submission include:
Post date: 10 Jan 2017
Type: Događanje

Many construction projects always have one thing in common – the energy infrastructure is key. The guidelines are clear: less CO2 emissions, better lifetime and improved climate protection, all achieved through both intention and action. The influence of insulation on efficiency and cost savings should be quantified and considered in every decision. A new calculation tool  has been launched in order to provide detailed answers to these questions.  
Post date: 13 Dec 2016
Type: Vijesti

HVACR Expo Saudi is the place for all HVACR professionals in Saudi Arabia to source products, services and educational content.    The event, running from 15 to 17 January 2017 at the Jeddah Centre for Forums & Events, in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, will explore current trends, challenges and opportunities in the Kingdom’s growing HVACR market. Organised by dmg events Middle East, Asia & Africa, the show is an unmissable platform for HVACR professionals to develop their business and network with 3,500 expected visitors and industry peers.   
Post date: 8 Dec 2016
Type: Događanje

Impact of the financial crisis on carbon economics - Version 2.1 of the Global Greenhouse Gas Abatement Cost Curve  
Post date: 6 Dec 2016
Type: Publication

This report, released by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), aims to provide an up-to-date scientific assessment of the global progress towards the emissions reductions required to be on track to meet the long-term goal of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).
Post date: 4 Nov 2016
Type: Publication

Utrecht/London/Cologne – 2 November 2016 - The building sector accounts for around 20% of climate-changing emissions, and its energy demand is likely to double by mid-century without action, according to a Climate Action Tracker (CAT) analysis released today.  
Post date: 3 Nov 2016
Type: Publication