Deep Energy Retrofit: A Guide to Achieving Significant Energy Use Reduction with Major Renovation Projects Annex 61, Subtask A

Alexander Zhivov, Rüdiger Lohse, Jørgen Rose, Ove Mørck, Erik Brandt, Kirsten Engelund Thomsen

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Deep Energy Retrofit – A Guide to Achieving Significant Energy User Reduction with Major Renovation Projects contains recommendations for characteristics of some of core technologies and measures that are based on studies conducted by national teams associated with the International Energy Agency Energy Conservation in Buildings and Communities Program (IEA-EBC) Annex 61 (Lohse et al. 2016, Case, et al. 2016, Rose et al. 2016, Yao, et al. 2016, Dake 2014, Stankevica et al. 2016, Kiatreungwattana 2014). Results of these studies provided a base for setting minimum requirements to the building envelope-related technologies to make Deep Energy Retrofit feasible and, in many situations, cost effective. Use of energy efficiency measures (EEMs) in addition to core technologies bundle and high-efficiency appliances will foster further energy use reduction. This Guide also provides best practice examples of how to apply these technologies in different construction situations.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
UdgivelsesstedUnited Kingdom
ForlagNew Buildings Institute (NBI)
Antal sider522
ISBN (Elektronisk)978-3-9819330-0-0
StatusUdgivet - 1 okt. 2017

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