Posts Tagged ‘Australia’

August 14, 2012

From an indoor air environment perspective: evaluation of low-exergy systems in office buildings!

Healthy Buildings Conference, July 11, 2012, Brisbane, Australia Low exergy heating and cooling systems allow the use of low valued energy, which is (easily) delivered by sustainable energy sources (e.g. by using heat pumps, solar collectors, either separate or linked to waste heat, energy storage etc.). Low-exergy system is able to provide heating and cooling […]...

AUTHOR: Petra Vladykova Bednarova

July 31, 2012

How far should we go into the renovation process to achieve good indoor environment?

Healthy Buildings Conference, July 11, 2012, Brisbane, Australia How many of these types of buildings have you seen in your neighbourhood? I have seen plenty of these buildings in many…...

AUTHOR: Petra Vladykova Bednarova

July 24, 2012

Heat as a medicine in the rehabilitation of buildings and improving the indoor environment in New Zealand?

July 9, 2012, Brisbane, Australia More than 525 researchers, engineers, policy makers and others from 39 countries on 5 continents took part in the Healthy Buildings conference in Brisbane, Australia.…...

AUTHOR: Petra Vladykova Bednarova

July 19, 2012

Differences in energy used in buildings are not in used technologies, but in different usage modes and behaviour of the occupants!

July 9, 2012, Brisbane, Australia Sitting at the Healthy Buildings conference, I listened to Professor Jiang Yi´s talk about energy in buildings throughout the world. Professor Yi started talking about…...

AUTHOR: Petra Vladykova Bednarova

July 10, 2012

Conference on Healthy Buildings 2012; everything about balance of power, race against the time and infection spread!

Swegon Air Academy representative Petra Vladykova attends the Healthy Building conference in Australia. The three contemporary polemics are part of the technical program: (1) Balance of Power: Energy Conservation versus…...

AUTHOR: Petra Vladykova Bednarova