Expected effects of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) for the indoor climate

M Beerepoot

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    Abstract

    Energy performance policy is a way of incorporating energy standards into building regulations. Its recent influence is illustrated by the fact that the European Commission is now urging all European member states to introduce energy performance policies for the building sector by the year 2006. One of the expected benefits of energy performance policy is that it can help to introduce new techniques, for example in the field of ventilation management of buildings. This paper discusses to what extent the introduction of Energy Performance policy will influence the indoor climate. The effects of energy performance policy for the indoor climate in the Netherlands are presented, using the results of an empirical study, complemented by desk research.
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    Title of host publicationHealthy Buildings 2006 proceedings (Volume V); Materials, systems and technologies for healthy buildings
    EditorsE de Oliveira Fernandes, M Gameiro da Silva, J Rosado Pinto
    Place of PublicationLissabon
    PublisherISIAQ
    Pages197-200
    Number of pages4
    ISBN (Print)989-95067-1-0
    Publication statusPublished - 2006

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