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Title: Indoor environmental quality evaluation in NZEB
Authors: Sánka, Imrich 
Schoberer, Thomas 
Stutterecker, Werner 
Petráš, Dušan 
Issue Date: Aug-2019
Publisher: EDP Sciences
Source: E3S Web of Conferences 111, 03009
Abstract: The European Commission in 2010 accepted Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) and the 2012 Energy Efficiency Directive (EED) are the main energy conservation legislative instruments for to reduce the energy consumption of new built and renovated buildings in Europe. The national regulation based on EPBD states that after the year 2016 only so called ultra-low energy buildings can be built. The next tightening in energy saving will come after 2021 (for commercial buildings after 2019), when only nearly zero energy buildings (NZEB) would be allowed to build. It means that these buildings must fulfil A0 category requirements by energy labelling. But what about the indoor environmental quality in objects like this? This article shows results of indoor environmental quality measurement in NZEB building. Indoor air temperature, relative humidity, carbon dioxide concentration and air exchange rate had been measured. Except these parameters energy consumption from the grid and from the photovoltaic panel had been evaluated.
Description: CLIMA 2019 Congress
DOI: 10.1051/e3sconf/201911102054
Rights: info:eu-repo/semantics/openAccess
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