low energy buildings

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Post date: 19 Jun 2015
Type: Event

Energy Building certifiers in Lombardy may access to a new service provided by Regional Body for Energy Certification of Buildings which promotes new low carbon buildings (corresponding to the A+, A and B class of energy performance). Each selected building demonstrates through images and technical descriptions related to certified buildings, a new culture focused on the design, the construction and purchase / lease of buildings with very low energy consumption. CENED Photogallery is available www.cened.it/photo
Post date: 17 Feb 2015
Type: Note

Energy Building certifiers in Lombardy may access a new service provided by Regional Body for Energy Certification of Buildings (www.cened.it) which promotes new low carbon buildings (corresponding to the A+, A and B class of energy performance).Each selected building demonstrates through images and technical descriptions related to certified buildings, a new culture focused on the design, the construction and purchase / lease of buildings with low energy consumption.
Post date: 16 Feb 2015
Type: News

Post date: 29 Aug 2014
Type: Event

This series of web pages from the French Ministry of Housing describe the policy and measures taken in France in order to optimise the energy consumption of buildings. These energy policies are divided into three policy instruments: regulation, awareness raising campaigns, incentives. 
Post date: 11 Mar 2014
Type: Link

This report describes the status of low energy buildings in Sweden in October 2013.A previous report had been published in 2011 giving a general picture of how many low energy buildings existed in Sweden.
Post date: 3 Feb 2014
Type: Publication

The article "Criteria For Low Energy Buildings" authored by Dr. J. Kwiatkowski and Dr. A. Panek.It is available on the MaTrID website. Abstract
Post date: 21 Jan 2014
Type: Publication

NEED4B is a EU-FP7 collaborative project aiming to demonstrate cost-effective and energy efficient technologies and methods for the design, construction and operation of very low energy new buildings. A series of pilots located in different European climates will show how to achieve a primary energy consumption lower than 60 kWh/m2 year in the buildings.  
Post date: 2 Jan 2014
Type: Link

Detailed description:Detached house designed as an industrial-style loft following the most ambitious criteria of sustainable construction. The highest energy rating A was possible thanks to the use of an innovative thermal energy production system by aerogeneration (air-to-water) heat pump combined with floor heating and highly efficient PIR thermal insulation.Building total surface: 126,45 m².
Post date: 3 Dec 2013
Type: Case