Ireland

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In the framework of the IEE-Project TABULA, a harmonized structure of European residential building typologies was created. A web-based tool provides access to this building data and allows calculation of the energy balances. The typologies can be compared between different countries with a simple and transparent reference procedure. In addition to the standard calculation, an adaptation to the typical level of measured consumption provides realistic assessments of energy costs and savings.
Post date: 12 déc 2011
Type: Tool

According to Article 14 of Directive 2006/32/EC all Member States shall submit to the Commission the following EEAPs:
Post date: 25 nov 2011
Type: Publication

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Post date: 21 nov 2011
Type: Évènement

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Post date: 21 nov 2011
Type: Évènement

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Post date: 17 nov 2011
Type: Tool

The “review and research” phase of the REQUEST programme aimed to identify best practices across Europe for increasing the uptake of EPC recommendations and promoting an integrated supply chain for low-carbonrenovation. In total, 95 case studies were identified and analysed – 77 from the REQUEST partner countries and 18 from non-participating countries (EU and beyond). 29 of these were considered best practice. (http://www.building-request.eu/info/review-and-research)
Post date: 15 nov 2011
Type: Lien

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Post date: 28 oct 2011
Type: Évènement

Chris Hughes from SEAI summarises in this presentation the current energy performance requirements for buildings in Ireland and the Irish energy efficiency targets. Part of the planned tightenings is that in 2013 Ireland will implement a voluntary carbon neutral framework and in 2016 it will introduce a low energy standard for buildings other than dwellings.
Post date: 20 oct 2011
Type: Publication

Post date: 5 oct 2011
Type: Lien

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Post date: 14 sep 2011
Type: Évènement