Post date: 4 Feb 2014
Type: Evento

The house construction sector in Europe is facing the need to meet stricter energy requirements. For example, some customers are demanding passive houses with almost no demand for space heating. Passive house quality assurance systems have been introduced to certify the energy performance of such houses. The aim of this study was to identify opportunities for improving passive house certification in line with customer's comfort expectations.
Post date: 21 Gen 2014
Type: Publication

This presentation from the Ministry of Economics of the Republic of Latvia offers a detailed overview of the transposition of the EPBD recast in this country (status September 2013).A new law on the Energy Performance of Buildings (LEPB) was adopted on 6 December 2012 and has been in force since 9 January 2013. Different regulations were then published:- regarding independent experts (No.382 of the 9th of July 2013)- regarding calculation of energy performance of buildings (No.348 of the 25th of June 2013)
Post date: 14 Gen 2014
Type: Publication

Part 2: “Technical Recommendations” includes the technical recommendations for functionality of the Building Automation and Control System, to be used for inspection, etc. of a building automation system.The TR includes detailed requirements for energy saving measures that should be included in BACS following the same classification system that is introduced in EN 15232.
Post date: 18 Nov 2013
Type: Tool

All issued and valid energy performance of buildings certificates in Lithuania are published in this register. The information in the register can be accessed by building owners & users and is available to the public.
Post date: 29 Ott 2013
Type: Link

The Building Technical Regulation shall be applied for assessment of energy efficiency of heated residential and non-residential buildings and for certification of the energy performance of buildings. The Regulation was first published December 20, 2005 and was last amended in August 21, 2012 by the Ministry of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania.
Post date: 29 Ott 2013
Type: Publication

The Law on Construction establishes all essential requirements for construction works which are being built, reconstructed and repaired within the territory of the Republic of Lithuania, and inter alia the minimum requirements for energy performance of buildings. The Lithuanian Law on Construction was first published on March 3, 1996 and last amended on June 27, 2013 by the Parliament of the Republic of Lithuania (Seimas).
Post date: 29 Ott 2013
Type: Publication

This report is the result of the work performed under the Concerted Action EPBD 2011-2012 to support the implementation of the Energy Performance Certificate (EPBD recast art. 11, 12 and 13) as a means for transforming the building sector into an ambitious energy efficiency standard. The activities performed under the Concerted Action EPBD theme “Certification” address:
Post date: 25 Ott 2013
Type: Publication

The Regulations introduce new requirements to implement the recast Directive on the Energy Performance of Buildings 2012/31/EU and to clarify some existing provisions.
Post date: 23 Ott 2013
Type: Publication

High levels of energy efficiency are all the more important when it comes to high-rise buildings. For the first time ever, an office tower in Vienna has achieved the Passive House Standard. The certificate was presented by Susanne Theumer of the Passive House Institute on the 20th floor of the building with a prime view of the old city. The glazed facade of the building on the bank of the Donaukanal ("Danube Canal") rises almost 80 metres high.
Post date: 6 Ago 2013
Type: News