net zero energy

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Ta konferencja, którą organizuje sieć zamieszanie w zużycie zero (pierwszy zero energii budynków sieci) odbędzie się w dniach 24-27 czerwca 2017 roku na wyspie Korfu, Grecja, w ramach Tygodnia zrównoważonej energii WE 2017 Energia dni, jest pytanie o to, jak opracować indywidualne rozwiązania dla zrównoważonego rozwoju turystyki i hotelarstwa budynków, szczególnie w tych obszarach, gd
Post date: 26 Maj 2017
Type: Termin

What value is derived to owners and developers from a zero net energy building? This webinar will explore and understand the developer and owner perspectives on investor value of zero and take a close look at income, cost, and risk. Panellists will present and discuss specific projects from a financial and business perspective, including design/construction targets and actual outcomes.   Speakers  
Post date: 9 lut 2017
Type: Termin

Campuses and districts are growing trend in the zero net energy (ZNE) marketplace. This webinar will examine the opportunities offered by large-scale developments including real-world examples from projects in Pittsburgh and Denver. Challenges presented by dense, urban environments will be spotlighted with analysis and recommendations for siting renewables or, in cases of limited rooftop space, prioritising off-site renewable energy options for achieving ZNE.   Date   Thursday 23 February 2017    Time
Post date: 9 lut 2017
Type: Termin

Passive House in Different Climates. The Path to Net Zero   This book introduces the seven Passive House principles, to help create super-insulated, airtight buildings that require minimal energy use to heat, cool, dehumidify, and ventilate, providing good levels of indoor air quality and year-round comfort. Seventeen case studies in four climate zones---marine, cold and very cold, mixed-dry and hot-dry, and mixed-humid and hot-humid---and in ten countries, show how to achieve net-zero energy regardless of the building’s location or type.  
Post date: 9 lut 2017
Type: Publication

2016 ACEEE Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Buildings - From Components to Systems, From Buildings to Communities  
Post date: 8 lut 2017
Type: Publication

The new Sankt Franziskus elementary school in Halle went into use in February 2014. A scientific monitoring was initiated to evaluate the energy concept. The results show that the wood constructed school uses 90% less heating energy than comparable schools in Germany. The building envelope including box-type windows meets the passive house requirements. The school is heated by an air-heating system with district heating as energy source. The ventilation is connected to a ground-coupled heat exchanger and can be used to heat or to cool the building.
Post date: 23 sty 2017
Type: Aktualności

On 10 November 2016, the goal to ensure that every single building produces zero carbon emissions by 2050 took a major step forward as Green Building Councils in 10 countries (Australia, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, India, the Netherlands, South Africa, Sweden, and the US) made progress on their plans to introduce net zero certification or designation schemes within their own countries, at COP22.  
Post date: 14 lis 2016
Type: Aktualności

On June 28, 2016, the World Green Building Council (WorldGBC) launched a new project aiming to ensure that all buildings are “net zero” by 2050.   The project involves eight green building councils from Australia, Brazil, Canada, German, India, the Netherlands, South Africa and Sweden initially, and Architecture 2030 as lead partner to provide technical expertise.  
Post date: 28 cze 2016
Type: Aktualności

Terms like "net zero energy", "zero net energy", "net zero carbon" or "EQuilibrium" buildings are in widespread use. But these terms have different meaning and are poorly understood, even though several IEA countries have adopted them as goal of their building energy policies.   IEA SHC project "Task 40" aims at filling this gap with a clear definition and international agreement on the measures of building performance that could inform "zero energy" building policies, programmes and industry adoption.  
Post date: 6 gru 2012
Type: Odnośnik