Workshop on “The impact of sub-hourly data on legislation, buildings and services” at the conference on CLIMA 2016!
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August 26, 2015

Workshop on “The impact of sub-hourly data on legislation, buildings and services” at the conference on CLIMA 2016!

, and will held a workshop on “The impact of sub-hourly data on legislation, buildings and services” at the conference on Clima 2016, Aalborg, Denmark.

CLIMA 2016 (www.clima2016.org) will especially focus on energy efficient building and HVAC system performance in practice both in relation to fulfillment of the intended design, in relation to their ability to fulfill the needs of the occupants and interact with the users daily practice as well as in relation to their role in the future smart energy system.

Three years ago at CLIMA 2013 in Prague, Czech Republic we organized similar workshop with John Woollett and Mari-Liis Maripuu where they have presented their insight in the topic along with several leading questions. Over 54 attended the workshop and gave valuable feedback on problems and issues with demand controlled ventilation. The discussed points were: energy performance and feasibility, proxy and indoor climate, DCV systems technology, maintenance and operations, and competence and know-how. The outcome of the workshop was documented in a report including future research points, development and implementation of legislation, and application of best practise. The report and presentation can be found at: