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Design guidelines for the Efficient Integration ofRenewable Energy systems and techniques in newbuild settlements in Europe

P. Doukas, M.Santamouris, 2002
efficient building | energy efficiency | renewable energy
Bibliographic info: 23rd AIVC and EPIC 2002 Conference (in conjunction with 3rd European Conference on Energy Performance and Indoor Climate in Buildings) "Energy efficient and healthy buildings in sustainable cities", Lyon, France, 23-26 October 2002
Languages: English

The White Paper on renewable Energy proposes market measures for fair access to the electricitymarket, fiscal and financing measures, a bio-energy initiative and improved building regulations. Thebuilding's sector represents 20 to 45% of the total energy consumption in the various European countries. A project called RESSET has been undertaken with the aim to study and propose globalstrategies, tools and guidelines that will promote the efficient and cost effective global implementation of Renewable Energy Sources systems and techniques in new-build settlements in Europe. The study moves towards the direction of promoting the use of RES and other energy saving systems and techniques in the building sector. An educational package including global strategies, tools and guidelines on the integration of RES system and techniques in the efficient design of new settlements will be produced.


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