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November 1, 2016

New Case Study: New single family house in Greenland!

A new Swegon Air Academy Building Case Study is a new single family house in Greenland! Recently, a brand new single family house in Sisimiut in Greenland was constructed as a wooden house typical for Greenland. However, some non-traditional measures were implemented in order to reduce the energy consumption and improve indoor air quality. Assessment […]...

AUTHOR: Petra Vladykova Bednarova

August 14, 2015

Installation and performance of a small heat recovery unit in a Greenlandic house!

Payback time of 14 years for a mechanical ventilation system in a small house in Greenland might sound too long. But don´t forget that it is not only about money…...

AUTHOR: Martin Kotol

August 10, 2015

New case study added! Single and family houses in Greenland!

New case study about single and family houses in Greenland (link here) was added to our website. This case study is special because it describes a set of buildings build…...

AUTHOR: Petra Vladykova Bednarova

August 6, 2015

Design of a ventilation system for a typehouse in Greenland!

Typehouse 18D is one of the most common double family houses build in Greenland. These houses are in serious need of renovation, i.e. extra insulation with airtight layer, changing windows…...

AUTHOR: Petra Vladykova Bednarova

July 9, 2015

Energy-efficient renovation of buildings in Greenland!

Master thesis by Martina Marencokova and Lise Nygaard Jensen is an excellent work on survey of the situation and energy-renovation proposal in housing in Greenland. The work gives a detailed…...

AUTHOR: Petra Vladykova Bednarova

June 29, 2015

Monitoring is important, especially in cold climate!

Greenlandic houses need lots of focus in respect of energy potential and indoor climate. A bachelor thesis on “Design, installation and testing of a monitoring system with a focus on…...

AUTHOR: Petra Vladykova Bednarova

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June 11, 2015

Small ventilation in a tiny place!

Greenlandic houses are small and are not very energy efficient, but when the building has good thermal properties you can put in the mechanical ventilation system. And that is what…...

AUTHOR: Petra Vladykova Bednarova