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with a strong focus on ‘performance
documentation’, practical demonstrations
include the winning entry in the ‘Nordic Built
Challenge’ architectural competition, a school
renovation in the capital of Denmark,
Copenhagen, and a housing renovation in the
city of Malmø in Sweden.
An important challenge is to introduce holistic,
oriented demands in the so-called ‘Nordic Built
Charter’. Furthermore, experiences can be
found in the
Green Solar Cities
book, published
by Routledge/ Earthscan and launched in
January 2015.
The main results of photovoltaic implementation
in Copenhagen, Denmark, are illustrated in a
video above.
T
he Nordic Built ‘Active Roofs and Facades in Sustainable
Renovation’ project is supported by the organisation Nordic
Innovation, allowing strong development of leading Nordic
competences in the area of building renovation. This is achieved by
creating a transnational public private partnership model to support the
development towards nearly zero energy building solutions and
associated performance documentation, which is required in the EU
building directive.
Co-operation with the building industry on developing models and the
demonstration of Active House-based sustainable renovation will
create a strong Nordic alliance. The project has been running since
2014 and will end in 2017 and involves companies that are
represented in the Nordic countries as well as firms from the
international Active House Alliance.
The development uses the best transnational competences and
networks, creating greater possibilities to export technology. Together
Pursuing sustainable renovation
Writing for
Portal
, the director of Cenergia Energy Consultants,
Peder Vejsig
Pedersen,
details an energy renovation public private partnership project in
the Danish capital
PederVejsigPedersen
Cenergia Energy Consultants
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The
Green Solar Cities
book, published
by Routledge
‘Søpassagen’ BIPV in
Copenhagen developed
by Solarplan