These guidelines provide information to evaluate and improve the energy performance of historic buildings, fully respecting their significance as well as their cultural heritage and aesthetic qualities. The guidelines are intended for both design engineers and government agencies. They provide design engineers with a tool for energy auditing the historic building and offer a framework for the design of possible energy upgrades, which are conceptually similar to those provided for non-protected buildings, but appropriately tailored to the needs and peculiarities of cultural heritage.

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