Air ventilation is one of the top energy users in residential buildings. Smart ventilation equipment and controls help to reduce the amount of energy use attributable to ventilation in homes while maintaining high indoor air quality. Ventilation can also be used as a resource for utility grid demand response if done intelligently. A key component of the smart ventilation concept is the use of controls to ventilate more when doing so provides an energy or air quality advantage and/or a resource to the power grid, and less when it provides a disadvantage.
Post date: 11 sty 2018
Beyond Energy Efficiency: A Guide to Advanced Demand-Side Management Applications
How can energy services companies (ESCOs) get in on the demand response action? Their first step is to become demand-side management (DSM) enabled beyond energy efficiency.
Not only do Demand-Side Management applications contribute to environmental sustainability objectives, but they can also offer unprecedented opportunities for the buildings sector to reap multiple economic benefits beyond energy efficiency.
Post date: 18 Maj 2017
Add Value with Advanced Demand-Side Management
Demand Side Management (DSM) is evolving fast.
Abundant new techniques and technologies are now available for application in buildings: HVAC optimisation, integrating on-site renewables, especially solar generation... and of course, huge leaps forward in Demand Response (DR).
In the upcoming free online session on 30 May, DEXMA R&D Director Miguel Cruz will discuss:
Post date: 4 Maj 2017
The AIVC workshop: “Is ventilation the answer to indoor air quality control in buildings? Do we need performance-based approaches? will take place in Brussels, Belgium on 14-15 March, 2017. The event aims to identify the pros and cons of performance-based approaches and metrics that can be considered to assess the indoor air quality (IAQ) performance of ventilation systems, as well as to draft guidelines for their use in standards and regulations.
Post date: 27 sty 2017
Is ventilation the answer to indoor air quality control in buildings? Do we need performance-based approaches?
Post date: 12 wrz 2016
The Test Reference Environment of Lleida (TRE-L) is a full scale test facility and was constructed in Spain in 2008 for the study of thermo-electrical behavior of ventilated Building Integrated Photovoltaic (BIPV) components under outside climate conditions. This testing facility has been developed as an outdoor controlled facility for testing building integrated PV ventilated modules under forced regimes.
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Post date: 18 gru 2010
This app is based upon the "62MZCalc.xls" Excel spreadsheet that accompanies each copy of the Standard. You can do pretty much everything in this app that you can do in the Excel spreadsheet, in addition to creating multi-system projects and emailing results so you can perform further analysis.
Other advantages over the spreadsheet include:
Post date: 19 sie 2010
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