energy certification

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Post date: 30 Jul 2012
Type: Event

One of the main provisions in the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive 2002/91/EC is the development of certification of buildings, in order to make energy consumption levels visible to owners, tenants and users, and to raise the awareness on energy efficiency whenever a building is constructed, sold or newly rented out.
Post date: 26 Jan 2012
Type: Publication

Mr Tanaka (Executive Director of the International Energy Agency (IEA)) said at the Clean Energy Technologies Symposium on 2nd November 2010: “I am very pleased to be launching in Singapore today, the second of the IEA’s new ”Policy Pathway” series, Energy Performance Certification of Buildings. “Governments are missing a great opportunity to save energy in buildings. Energy efficiency can save energy and cut CO2 emissions at very little or no cost, but there remains a lot to be done if governments and industry are to capture these savings.
Post date: 18 Nov 2010
Type: News

This Website describes how energy audits and energy certificates are established. It also explain what it is with particular considerations regarding the regional regulations in Belgium.
Post date: 3 Jun 2010
Type: Link

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Post date: 28 May 2010
Type: Event

The publication gives an overview of main topics and experiences. Each country has a special background and national distinctions which influenced the implementation process, which are summarized in chapter "Distinctions of the national implementation process". The chapter "Good practice / interesting examples" is a collection of interesting and promising details in the implementation approach of the nations. The details of the general comparison of different national implementation approaches are summarized in chapter "Comparison of national implementation".
Post date: 23 Apr 2010
Type: Publication

The German Ministry for Transport, Building and Urban Affairs contracted Fraunhofer-IBP in cooperation with the Federal Office for Building and Regional Planning and the company Megawatt to issue an energy certificate based on calculations with the standard DIN V 18599. The complex energy supply concept includes combined heat and power units based on biofuel, seasonal heat and cold storages and connects via local district heating and cooling networks several parliamentary buildings. The building was retrofitted between 1991 and 1999 according to the architectural plans of Sir Norman...
Post date: 16 Dec 2009
Type: News