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Ventilative cooling potential and compliance in Energy Performance regulations — Status and perspectives in Belgium, Estonia, Greece

QUALICHeCK, 2015
ventilative cooling | energy performance regulations
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Languages: English

17 December 2015 | Ventilative cooling potential and compliance in Energy Performance regulations — Status and perspectives in Belgium, Estonia, Greece



Ventilative cooling—i.e., the use of natural or mechanical ventilation strategies to cool indoor spaces—can be very effective to reduce the cooling energy demand in buildings in summer or mid-season conditions. This webinar was part of a broader series focusing on ventilative cooling in energy performance, within the context of compliance with building regulations in several countries.



The webinar was organised by the QUALICHeCK consortium (www.qualicheck-platform.eu), in cooperation with the IEA project on ventilative cooling “EBC IEA Annex 62” (venticool.eu/annex-62-home), venticool (venticool.eu) and the Air Infiltration and Ventilation Centre.



PROGRAMME:




  • Energy consumption in the European built environment and the role of cooling · Mat Santamouris, University of Athens, Greece

  • Ventilative cooling in the Belgian regulation · Geoffrey Van Moeseke, UC Louvain, Belgium

  • Compliance to summer thermal comfort criteria in Estonia · Jarek Kurnitski, Raimo Simson, Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia

  • Quality of works, compliance with existing legislation and reliability of EPC data in Greece · Theoni Karlessi, University of Athens, Greece

  • Questions and answers





 

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