Post date: 20 sty 2010
Post date: 19 sty 2010
Information Paper P172 of ASIEPI European project
Post date: 7 sty 2010
The first market approach is called 'Quality Declaration'. The declaration provides a checklist of quality criteria for outstanding boiler installations. It will be issued by installers and should form part of contracts with end consumers. The second approach is referred to as 'Performance Guarantee'. It centres on guarantees of high seasonal efficiencies and energy savings of new heating systems.
Post date: 16 gru 2009
Web suite of building energy simulators that model energy, comfort, and daylighting performance, and give estimates of the long-term cost of utilities. The simulations restrict flexibility in order to offer users greater ease-of-use and speed. The tool can be quickly mastered by non-technical designers, and runs fast enough to allow them the scope to experiment with many different versions of a design during a single sitting.
Post date: 11 gru 2009
Post date: 17 lis 2009
It is the first commercially available system powerful enough to automate any organization's energy benchmarking needs. Software can put your organization on the fast track for bulk benchmarking of your customers in ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager. It helps in accomplishing ESP’s goal to provide benchmarking of energy data on a bigger scale. It helps organizations create processes for automatic authentication of customers using custom id values.
Post date: 16 lis 2009
The European Union (EU) is leading the global fight against climate change, and has made it a top priority. Its ambitious targets are spelt out in the EU Climate Action and Renewable Energy Package, which commits Member States to curb their CO 2 emissions by at least 20% by 2020. Signatories of the Covenant of Mayors contribute to these policy objectives through a formal commitment to go beyond this target through the implementation of their Sustainable Energy Action Plan. So far 907 European cities have joined the Covenant.
Post date: 4 lis 2009
The output - compiled with the collaboration of key
target groups - is a set of guidelines with a methodology which
clarifies the various aspects of the LCA, e.g., purpose, benefits,
requirements, flexibility and different techniques. This is applied to
real buildings by a number of collaborating target groups. The results
are disseminated to a wide target group through multiple channels and
the potential for energy saving highlighted.
Through this project tools for use in an integral planning process are
Post date: 20 paź 2009
Post date: 19 paź 2009