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Introduction to integration of renewable energy in demand controlled hybrid ventilation systems for residential buildings

Antvorskov S., 2004
wind | demand controlled ventilation | energy | residential building | solar
Bibliographic info: 25th AIVC Conference "Ventilation and retrofitting", Prague, Czech Republic, 15-17 September 2004
Languages: English

In the scope of the EU supported project RESHYVENT, the possible integration of Renewable Energy Solutions (RES) into hybrid ventilation systems has been analysed. The focus has been on solar and wind applications to substitute the use of fossil fuel. The feasibility of the investigated options depends on the ventilation concept the RES is integrated into, the location of the building geographically, placement of the RES in the building and on the urban environment. This paper describes the different renewable technologies, options and constrains in connection with integration into hybrid ventilation systems.


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