Table of content 15 chapters



Olli Seppänen
Page 05

Active House Alliance - a network for development of sustainable buildings

Kurt Emil Eriksen
Pages 06 - 09

Active House Specifications - evaluation of comfort, energy and environment in buildings

Kurt Emil Eriksen, Carsten Rode and Pierre-Alain Gillet
Pages 10 - 14

Implementating the cost-optimal methodology in EU countries - lessons learned from case studies

Bogdan Atanasiu and Ilektra Kouloumpi
Pages 16 - 21

Technical definition for nearly zero energy buildings

Jarek Kurnitski
Pages 22 - 28

New Regulation sets demanding Ecodesign requirements for boilers

Krzysztof Klobut
Pages 30 - 33

Indoor environmental criteria for older adults: ageing means business

J. van Hoof and A.C. Westerlaken
Pages 34 - 35

Using ventilative cooling and solar shading to achieve good thermal environment in a Danish Active House

Peter Foldbjerg and Thorbjorn Asmussen
Pages 36 - 42

Performance of automated demand controlled mechanical extract ventilation systems for dwellings in Europe

Ivan Pollet, Anneleen Vens and Frederik Losfeld
Pages 45 - 48

Green Building Market in Russia

Marianna Brodach
Pages 50 - 51

Solar Shading in Active House

Wouter Beck
Pages 52 - 54

Thermal storage eliminates energy waste in existing district heating network

Anders Nielsen and Charles W. Hansen
Pages 56 - 58

Grundfos dormitory - a living laboratory

Hans Brink Hansen and Johanne Mose Entwistle
Pages 60 - 62

A low cost plus energy building in Istanbul

Zerrin Yilmaz, Gozde Gali, Alpay Akguc and Bulent Aydin
Pages 63 - 65

Model - Monitoring for maximum livability with minimal footprint

Lone Feifer
Pages 66 - 71

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