low energy cooling

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The future is now!  
Post date: 15 kwi 2020
Type: Termin

  The IEA estimates that by 2050 energy demand from space cooling will triple. Entering into force in 2019, the Kigali Amendment to the Montreal Protocol seeks to reduce the global warming impacts of air conditioners and refrigerators through reducing the use of refrigerants with strong global warming effects. Such a shift in refrigerant offers a great opportunity for energy efficiency improvements during appliance re-engineering. 
Post date: 27 wrz 2018
Type: Odnośnik

“Energy Efficient Ventilated Façades for Optimal Adaptability and Heat Exchange enabling low energy architectural concepts for the refurbishment of existing buildings.”  
Post date: 3 lip 2017
Type: Aktualności

During the 7th Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM) meeting that took place in San Francisco on 1-2 June 2016, world’s energy and business leaders announced actions to help spur the implementation of Paris Commitments. In this context, a number of new campaigns on energy efficiency and renewable energies were launched to accelerate the global deployment of technologies.  
Post date: 6 cze 2016
Type: Aktualności

Through this group, we plan to share information and best practice examples on heat pump technology, as well as updates on policies that affect it. It is our purpose to make more people aware of this efficient, reliable and cost effective method of providing heating, cooling and hot water.
Post date: 31 sie 2012
Type: Temat

For further information on the Final Report please click here.
Post date: 12 wrz 2011
Type: Publication

Post date: 26 mar 2010
Type: Sprawa

Case Study
Post date: 3 mar 2010
Type: Odnośnik

Information Paper P185 of ASIEPI European Project
Post date: 10 lut 2010
Type: Publication

Until recently, the focus of many EPB-regulations and much standardisation work has more strongly been on the energy consumption for space heating. However, in recent years growing attention is being given to the aspect of summer comfort (if possible without active cooling) or to the energy consumption caused by cooling. Nevertheless, it is clear that, generally speaking, the methods for summer comfort and cooling are not yet as advanced as the methods for space heating, where several decades of operational experience have led to proven and mature
Post date: 4 lut 2010
Type: Publication