Analysis of energy consumption, indoor climate, occupant satisfaction and overall evaluation of the project: Concerto Initiative Class 1. Cost-effective Low-energy Advanced Sustainable So1utions

Fabio Zanghirella, Kirsten Engelund Thomsen, Henrik Nellemose Knudsen, Niels Christian Bergsøe, Miriam Sanchez Mayoral, Ove Mørck

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Abstract

The idea of the project CLASS 1 is to use the strengthening of the energy requirements to boost and drive the technological developments and to prove the economic and environmental benefits of ultra-low energy buildings (50% below the new requirements in the Danish building regulations) integrated with biomass- and solar heating based renewable energy supply.
In this context the objectives are to:
1. Optimise the integration of low-energy building technologies with supply (renewable and conventional) and distribution (heating and electricity) technologies.
2. Advance selected technologies within the 3 areas: low-energy building, renewable energy supply and distribution
3. Improve the design, checking and verification procedures (this relates directly to the implementation of the building energy performance directive -EPBD).
4. Integrate the European ecolabel in the building projects (houses and components)
5. Demonstrate large scale implementation at close to market technical and economical conditions.
The Class 1 project is focused on the optimisation of sustainable energy systems in local communities, through an innovative integration of RE technologies with ultra low-energy buildings.
Deliverable 23
Deliverable 23 is a deliverable produced as part of the final reporting of the project. It is meant to provide an overview of energy consumption analysis, indoor climate and occupants satisfaction investigations and an overall evaluation of the project. The distribution is public.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherConcerto, Class 1, Cost-effective Low-energy Advanced Sustainable So1utions, EU project
Number of pages125
Publication statusPublished - 22 Apr 2014

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