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The ecology and economy of housing. An assessment system for the evaluation of the suitability of buildings and housing estates for the future.
The renovation and restructuring of existing housing stock using modern, ecologically efficient building technology as a means for developing Assisted Living Centres for senior citizens within an urban context
Energy restoration of a historical residential building
In 2014, Austria's public expenditures for energy-related research and development amounted to 143,1 Mio. Euro, increasing the expenditures of 2013 by 14.9%. The research areas of energy efficiency, smart grids and storage and renewables define the priorities of the publicly financed energy research within Austria.
Practical courses "Integrated and sustainable planning of buildings. Results of the Austrian program - Building of Tomorrow". For architects, civil engineers, environmental engineers and other building professionals within masters programmes.
Within the framework of this project system-, structural- as well as building physical basis theories should be elaborated, which will serve as a basis for constructional and aesthetically attractive solutions for the production of facade integrated solar collectors without thermal separation. The recyclability of the materials used and resource efficiency play a central role when it comes to the development of constructional solutions.
Documentation, comparison and optimisation of solar combisystems for domestic hot water preparation and space heating in the framework of an IEA research project
This study analyses endeavours of several European cities of becoming Smart Cities. The Kyoto Protocol from 2002 as well as the participation in different energy initiatives play a crucial role. The comparison of the results from the different cities shows that Austria has to become more ambitioned and thorough in the realm of its Smart City strategies. The study delivers valuable contributions, examples and motivations.
Support for the erection of the demonstrative housing project consisting of 7 houses (5 Low energy houses, 1 passive house and 1 "next to passive house")
Strategies to open markets for passive houses in the east of Austria
The purpose of the work is to analyze the possibilities of the reduction of the energy demand of residential buildings by using telecommunication technologies such as mobile phones or Internet. Lowering room and water temperature during the absence of the inhabitants are of particular relevance.
Costs and benefits of daylight redirection systems: integrated assessment of daylight redirection systems and daylight-dependent control systems to reinforce daylight utilisation in existing buildings.
Façade and Open Space Modernization with Standard Building Components in Housing of the Fifties und Sixties.
An integrated (overall) concept for an ecological alpine refuge hut based on solar energy
An investigation of the economic and ecological usefulness of coupling two CO2 neutral energy sources; solar installations for multi-family houses, producing standardised systems concepts and planning guidelines.
Elements for the discussion for Technology Platforms, R&D Programs and decision makers in R&D Policy
Evaluation of best-practice models and recommendations to support dissemination
Bioenergy: Counting on Incentives (2010)
Response to the paper by D. Searchinger et. al., Letters to Science. 327 (2010), 1199 - 1200.
Pingoud K., Cowie A., Bird N., Gustavsson L., Rüter S., Sathre R., Soimakallio S., Türk A., Woess-Gallasch S.
Results of the 1st Smart Grids ERA-Net Workshop on 3th March, 2010
The market development of the examined technologies was restrained or marked by decreasing figures in 2014. An exception was the area of wind power. The use of solid biogenous fuels was reduced in 2014 due to an exceptionally mild heating period. The sum of the heating degrees for 2014 war 21 % less than the longtime average.