Table of content 14 chapters


Harmonised assessment procedures for the Building Energy Performance declaration or certification are essential to support our industry towards (Nearly) Zero Energy Performing Buildings by or after 2020

Jaap Hogeling
Page 05

Designing an energy efficient and comfortable building

Peter Simmonds
Pages 07 - 12

Evaluation of indoor environment and energy consumption in dwellings before and after their refurbishment

Hana Bukovianska Pustayová, Veronika Földváry & Dušan Petráš
Pages 13 - 20

Ventilative cooling design for a large office building

Guilherme Carrilho da Graça, Daniel P. Albuquerque, Maria M. Lerer
Pages 21 - 25

The new Eurovent energy efficiency label for central ventilation units

Martin Törpe
Pages 27 - 28

Certified Performance Database as a tool for quality and compliance

Sylvain Courtey
Pages 29 - 30

New challenges for heat pump certification

François-Xavier Ball
Pages 31 - 35

Certified thermal performance testing provides value for money and has a proven positive impact on the actual system cost

Georg Mager & Ian Butler
Pages 37 - 39

Discover a top European Third-party certification body dedicated to guaranteeing worldwide consumers comfort and satisfaction via product performance certification

Erick Melquiond
Pages 40 - 42

Certification Programmes for domestic, commercial and industrial facilities

Eurovent Certita Certification
Pages 43 - 54

Air Conditioning of St Mary’s Archeological Church, Cairo

Essam E. Khalil
Pages 56 - 60

Indoor Environment Quality at Schools: A training project of the students and teachers in İzmir (Turkey)

Sait Cemil Sofuoglu
Pages 62 - 63

European Market Intelligence

Ghita Boudribila, Yannick Lu-Cotrelle
Pages 64 - 73

REHVA Workshops at CLIMA 2016 conference in Aalborg May 22-25, 2016

Cynthia Despradel
Pages 74 - 79

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