Norway

IEA-EBC Annex 66: Definition and Simulation of Occupant Behavior in Buildings   The Executive Committee of the International Energy Agency Energy in Buildings and Communities programme (IEA EBC) approved the “IEA- EBC Annex 66 Definition and Simulation of Occupant Behaviour in Buildings” in 2013. The project will run till 2017.  
Post date: 25 Apr 2017
Type: Legătură

IEA-EBC Annex 73: Towards Net Zero Energy Public Communities   The Executive Committee of the International Energy Agency Energy in Buildings and Communities programme (IEA EBC) approved the “IEA-EBC Annex 73: Towards Net Zero Energy Public Communities” in 2016. The project will run until 2021.   The main objectives of the project are:  
Post date: 24 Apr 2017
Type: Legătură

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: Legătură

IEA- EBC Annex 57: Evaluation of Embodied Energy and CO2 Equivalent Emissions for Building Construction   The Executive Committee of the International Energy Agency Energy in Buildings and Communities programme (IEA EBC) approved the “IEA-EBC Annex 57: Evaluation of embodied energy and carbon dioxide equivalent emissions for building construction” in 2011. The project was completed in 2016.  
Post date: 24 Apr 2017
Type: Legătură

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: Legătură

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

A range of breakthrough eco-building solutions which tackle the emerging problem of indoor air quality have been presented by the ECO-SEE project at the Ecobuild construction fair in London.   The solutions include novel insulation, coating and panel products which improve air quality by passively regulating humidity, capturing VOCs, and removing indoor organic pollutants through photocatalysis. External and internal wall panels have also been developed, in addition to design tools to support end users.
Post date: 16 Mar 2017
Type: Știri

38,5% of energy savings in CUBE 2020? It's possible.   The building Quai Vendeuvre won the grand prize of the energy savings contest CUBE 2020 in 2016. While the 3rd edition of the contest just started, let’s ask the IFPEB’s director Cedric Borel about the score of the second edition’s winner, who made 38,5% of energy savings within a year!  You said 38,5%, really? How is that possible?   Marguerite Dornier: You said 38,5%, right? It’s huge, isn’t it?  
Post date: 8 Feb 2017
Type: Știri

Това е крайният доклад на проекта "Европейска Енергийна услуга инициативи в посока на развитие на ЕС до 2020 г. спестяване на енергия на целевите показатели" (EESI 2020), която е реализирана в периода от 2013 до 2016 консорциум от европейски енергийни агенции и експерти в областта на енергетиката с подкрепата на Европейската Комисия " интелигентна енергия за Европа (ИОС) на програмата. Проект обмисля начини за подобряване на ефективността на договори с гарантиран энергопоказателями (ЕРС) в 9 европейски региони.  
Post date: 8 Feb 2017
Type: Publication

Treet or "The Tree" in Norwegian proves that sustainable solutions for buildings in an urban context can indeed be achieved by working across different sectors to create a cost-efficient, modular high-rise building using a prefabrication process. Finding inspiration in the long history of wood construction in Norway and, in particular timber bridge building, the decision to build a tall wood high-rise in Bergen was definitely appropriate. Along the way, Treet has also set a new record for being one of the tallest timber buildings to date.
Post date: 4 Ian 2017
Type: Caz