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Minimum-invasive energy retrofit approaches for owner communities in residental buildings

 
: Georgiev, Georgi; Krus, Martin

Stoyanov, Ventseslav (Ed.) ; University of Structural Engineering & Architecture -VSU-, Sofia:
14th International Scientific Conference VSU 2014. Proceedings. Vol.1 : June 5-6, 2014 in Sofia
Sofia: University of Structural Engineering and Architecture "L.Karavelov", 2014
ISSN: 1314-071X
S.296-301
University of Structural Engineering and Architecture (VSU International Scientific Conference) <14, 2014, Sofia>
Englisch
Konferenzbeitrag
Fraunhofer IBP ()

Abstract
The main goal of the presented project is the development of a planning process and tool for the sustainable energy supply of residential multi-ownership building blocks. The Fraunhofer-Institute for Building Physics IBP is developing a toolkit that will, overall, provide a step-by-step guide to retrofitting multi-occupancy buildings, including all relevant resources, guidance and information. The outputs of its work will provide a comprehensive 'one-stop-shop' resource for households, building managers and energy agencies to negotiate the complexities of retrofitting multioccupancy housing. As a final step of the process, a catalogue of the needed measures is being formulated, in order to offer the optimal planning and implementation course for the building complex, noticing all of the relevant stakeholders. The expected result is an intelligent flexible energy efficiency improvement process, which should be applicable in many other different cases. Meanwhile intelligent solutions for the residential buildings energy supply are omnipresent, however their use is hindered frequently: mostly not by technological hurdles, but by complex stakeholder constellations and objections. The envisaged method aims to implement an enabler for such sustainable energy supply of settlement complexes via delivering a reliable decision basis. It combines technical, juristic and economical topics, in order to offer a strong tool - a solution for project developers, engineers and each other type of stakeholders in the intelligent planning process. A sustainable building and spatial development is possible!

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