The conference Chalmers Energy 2013 on May 14 was totally an event about energy efficiency in buildings, transport and industry! See the event CONFERENCE on Chalmers Energy 2013. You can find the PDF version of presentation about Simply GREEN from our lecturer Petra Vladykova on our website for download in Downloads! Or [...]
Swegon Air Academy seminar on April 12 was totally an event about Added-value for Commercial Buildings! You can find the PDF versions of all presentations from our lecturers Frank Hovorka and Suzanne Deoux on our website for download in Downloads! Or simply search through our Previous [...]
On my way to the hotel from the airport the taxi driver told me that I was lucky because the day before there had been terrible weather and lots of wind forcing planes try to land several times before making a proper touchdown. So happy about that, thank you! Don’t want to be traumatized for [...]
Swegon Air Academy in Saint Petersburg – Part 3: What is the situation with renovation buildings in Slovakia?
In Slovakia until year 2000 they have built 18,386 dwelling houses with total number of flats 747,000 which accommodates 45% of the Slovak population. Until 1950 the residential buildings were built from bricks with a square roof (mostly wooden construction) and in period 1951-1970 the apartment buildings were prefabricated made from light porous concrete. And [...]
Swegon Air Academy in Saint Petersburg – Part 2: What is ENCON in residential buildings in Slovakia?
On February 28 in Saint Petersburg, Dusan Petras presented the research on renovation of residential buildings in Slovakia with focus on energy savings in concrete apartment buildings including possibilities of ventilation in these houses. The renovation of multi-residential buildings in Slovakia focuses on preservation of energy and improvement of hygienic requirements in order to create [...]
On February 28, 2013, Swegon Air Academy held a seminar in a beautiful city of St. Petersburg in Russia with the topic of practical experiences with energy renovation in multi-residential buildings. Our lecturers were Åsa Wahlström from CIT Energy Management, Sweden, and Dusan Petras from the Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Slovakia. This article [...]
Most of Europe’s buildings are already here and most of them can benefit from demand-controlled mechanical systems which are designed with energy recovery.
The EU commissions working group for Ecodesign has published its pre-study for Lot 6: Air conditioning and ventilation systems. The executive summary gives some less well-known figures about ventilation energy usage in the EU. Ventilation systems account for 2% of the EU electricity usage and they have the potential to reduce by 10% of the [...]