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"We congratulate the winners of these awards. Whether public or private sector, they are all living proof that organisations which invest and innovate in energy efficiency can bring immense benefits to themselves while making a leading-edge contribution to a more sustainable Europe.
Post date: 19 Dub 2010
Type: Novinky

The “Entwerfen von Krankenhäusern und Bauten des Gesundheitswesens” department at the Technische Universität Berlin will be carrying out this project, which is part of the “Energy-Optimised Construction” (EnOB) focal area in the German federal government’s fifth energy research programme. The goal is to develop buildings which have minimal primary energy requirements and high occupant comfort, all combined with moderate investment costs and significantly reduced operating costs.
Post date: 19 Dub 2010
Type: Novinky

Application deadline: 30th of April 2010 Apply now at http://www.european-energy-service-initiative.net/de/195.html Further information and application documents are available at http://www.european-energy-service-initiative.net/de/195.html We are looking forward to you application and wish you good luck.
Post date: 14 Dub 2010
Type: Novinky

Innovative facade concepts are today more relevant than ever. The demand for natural ventilation in commercial buildings is increasing due to growing environmental consciousness while at the same time energy consumption for buildings has to be reduced. An advanced facade should allow for a comfortable indoor climate, sound protection and good lighting, thus minimising the demand for auxiliary energy input. Double skin facades (DSF) have become a major architectural element in office buildings over the last 15 years.
Post date: 6 Dub 2010
Type: Odkaz

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Post date: 1 Dub 2010
Type: Publication

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Post date: 1 Dub 2010
Type: Event

The Business Center Lower Austria has been built in 2007 and has a gross floor area of approximately 7000 m². The heating and cooling demand are 66.5 respectively 90% lower than the Lower Austrian Building code. The heating demand is 4.57 kWh/m³y and the cooling demand is 0.1 kWh/m³y. The calculated final energy demand is 77 kWh/m²y. The following measures have been implemented to reach these figures: Building envelope:
Post date: 26 Bře 2010
Type: Věc

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Post date: 22 Bře 2010
Type: Event

Post date: 17 Bře 2010
Type: Publication