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Post date: 10 Čer 2009
Type: Téma

Post date: 10 Čer 2009
Type: Odkaz

Post date: 10 Čer 2009
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Post date: 10 Čer 2009
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Post date: 10 Čer 2009
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Post date: 9 Čer 2009
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This valuable publication serves as a comprehensive companion guide to the various regulations and covers Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs), Display Energy Certificates (DECs), inspection of boilers and inspection of air conditioning systems.
Post date: 22 Kvě 2009
Type: Publication

The BRE Trust Companies, BRE and BRE Global, are world leading research, consultancy, training, testing and certification organisations delivering sustainability and innovation across the built environment and beyond.
Post date: 2 Kvě 2009
Type: Odkaz

This can be done but it is not mandatory. The choice is left to Member States. Specifically, the Directive states in Article 3 that "The energy performance of a building shall be expressed in a transparent manner and may include a CO2 emission indicator".   Originally answered on 04-04-2006.  
Post date: 1 Kvě 2009
Type: Ask the Experts