Inspection

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Harmonac - Harmonizing air conditioning inspection and audit procedures in the tertiary building sector - Energy consumption in European air conditioning systems and the air conditioning system inspection process

This document is the final report of the European project Harmonac about the inspection process for air conditioning systems in commercial buildings.
The IEE HARMONAC project has a number of aims: • To understand more clearly how air conditioning systems consume energy. This was achieved through measurements and investigations of Case Studies of working airconditioning (AC) systems...
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2nd International е3 forum on Eco-friendly and Energy Efficient Construction

2nd International е3 forum on Eco-friendly and Energy Efficient Construction 23-26 February 2011, International Exhibition Center, 15 Brovarskiy ave. Kyiv, Ukraine FORUM’S GOALS - Learning the best practices of eco-friendly, energy-efficient...
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What new EU policies for greener buildings?

This slide presentation from the European Commission was given at the Conference “Green Building – A Sustainable Path to Energy Efficiency and Economic Growth” organised on 7 October 2010 in Sofia by the US Embassy and the American Chamber of...
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Overview from undertaking hundreds of EPBD Article 9 inspections of air conditioning systems - Findings and observations from the Harmonac Project industrial partner

This slide presentation shows the findings from 400 short term monitoring energy trials on air conditioning systems in the UK before and after maintenance tasks. The aim was to decide which inspection aspects lead to direct energy savings or energy...
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Parts L, F & J 2010 - Overview of the key changes

This slide presentation from the UK Communities and Local Government explains what are the changes in Parts L (energy efficiency), F (ventilation) and J (combustion appliances) of the England and Wales Building Regulations that took effect on 1st...
This presentation was given at a half day seminar hosted by BSRIA (United Kingdom) on 28 September 2010 on behalf of Communities and Local Government (CLG) to summarise the changes to the new Building Regulations.
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EPI-CREM - Reference descriptions

These documents show three examples of the EPI-CREM European project reference descriptions which can assist in the inspection of building elements on maintenace condition and energy, by providing reference information for the classification of...
The EPI-CREM project aims to improve energy efficiency and rational use of energy across public building stock in Europe by embedding energy issues in decision making processes within Corporate Real Estate Management (CREM). The full set...
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Energy Performance Integration in Corporate Public Real Estate Management (EPI-CREM) - Data acquisition and quality protocol - Guidance for data acquisition

This report from the European Project EPI-CREM describes the data acquisition and quality protocol that can assist in the gathering of building information for the use of the EPI-CREM method and tool.
The EPI-CREM project aims to improve energy efficiency and rational use of energy across public building stock in Europe by embedding energy issues in decision making processes within Corporate Real Estate Management (CREM).
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Guidance on the inspection of air conditioning systems in existing buildings

The purpose of this leaflet from the Scottish Government is to provide information on the inspection of air conditioning systems according to the Scottish regulation.