The aim is to achieve a nearly zero-energy city. Turkish stakeholders form part of a project consortium at the cutting edge of energy efficiency.
Post date: 13 Lis 2013
Post date: 26 Srp 2013
The website offers information on the MINERGIE® Standard and various publications.
Post date: 16 Lis 2012
List of terms for high performance buildings used in the Member States:• low energy house• eco-building• energy saving house• ultra low energy house• 3-litre-house• passive house• zero-heating energy house• zero-energy house• plus-energy house• zero-emission house• zero-carbon house• emission-free house• carbon-free house• energy self-sufficient house/energy autarkic house• triple zero house• BREEAM building• green building• CSH (code for sustainable homes)
Post date: 26 Led 2012
Post date: 17 Lis 2011
Post date: 14 Črv 2011
International building legislation is setting stronger and stronger requirements for the energy performance of buildings. An actual example is the impact of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive in the European Union (EPBD) on the national requirements in the Member States. The improved energy performance of buildings can’t be achieved by additional insulation or more effective buildings systems only. A major influence factor on the energy quality is the ventilation technology and also the airtightness of the building envelope.
Post date: 29 Bře 2010
The conference was organised by the Air Infiltration and Ventilation Centre of the International Energy Agency together with Energie- und Umweltzentrum am Deister (E-U-Z) and the Fraunhofer Institute for Building Physics. In parallel to the AIVC conference the international symposium on "Airtightness of Buildings and Ductworks" took place accompanied by an exhibition of industry developments in this field. The conference papers will be offered soon for download on the AIVC website (http://www.aivc.org/).
Post date: 15 Říj 2009
Software and atlases for evaluating thermal bridges (P 152)
Post date: 9 Zář 2009
The implementation of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) has caused in most of the EU Member States more severe requirements for the energy demand of buildings. In order to meet these requirements, not only buildings components with better U-values and more efficient building systems have to be used, also the ventilation losses have to be reduced. A contribution to this necessary reduction is the improvement of the building envelope airtightness, mainly the airtightness of building components and joints.
Post date: 30 Srp 2009