Table of content 12 chapters


EU trajectories and opportunities for HVAC sector

Stefano Paolo Corgnati, Giulia Crespi, Carola Lingua
Pages 4 - 4

Evaluation tools: cost-optimal and cost-benefit analysis

Cristina Becchio, Delia D’Agostino, Paolo Zangheri
Pages 5 - 9

Multi-energy systems as enablers of the flexible energy transition

Abbà Ilaria, La Bella Alessio
Pages 10 - 14

Contemporary and unbalanced loads in buildings: new performance indicators

G. Crespi, I. Abbà, S.P. Corgnati, L. Prendin, M. Babuin
Pages 16 - 20

Energy savings of “tailored-to-occupant” dynamic indoor temperature setpoints

Dolaana Khovalyg, Verena Barthelmes, Arnab Chatterjee
Pages 21 - 25

Requirements for health-promoting and resilient HVAC and IEQ control

Marcel Schweiker, Hannah Pallubinsky, Rania Christoforou
Pages 26 - 31

Achieving decarbonization: challenges and opportunities of green hydrogen

Pinto Maria Cristina, Boccardo Piero, Gaeta Maria, Gelmini Alberto
Pages 32 - 37

Analysis of design solutions for overpressure systems in accordance with EN 12101-6

Rafał Polichnowski
Pages 38 - 45

Perspectives on IEQ control and HVAC sector in relation to the COVID-19 emergency

Francesca Romana d’Ambrosio
Pages 48 - 50

Perspectives on technological advancement in the HVAC sector

Livio Mazzarella
Pages 51 - 54

Key trends in HVAC sector and the role of AiCARR: insights on the next Mostra Convegno Expocomfort

Luca Alberto Piterà
Pages 55 - 56

Proposal of the EPBD Recast: Can it get the EU’s building stock ready for 2030 and after?

Jasper Vermaut
Pages 62 - 64

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