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Examples of innovative construction methods for new building and for renovation.
The first joint project of the four IG passive house organisations on behalf of the programme line "Building of Tomorrow" - an initiative of the Federal Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology - for the purpose of setting up a detailed network documentation of 80% of all passive houses in Austria.
Seasonal storage of solar heat for use in low energy and passive houses (new buildings as well as old buildings).
This booklet presents a method to design solar thermal systems for space heating of factory buildings using underfloor heating systems.
Model region Güssing
Development of extensive storey-high modular parts made of renewable primary products (wood, straw, hemp) for clay-passive houses.
Standardized solutions as a help and guideline for building-owners, authorities and companies
Evaluation of existing ventilation systems in Austria considering technical quality and practicability.
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.
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.
The land use and bioenergy sectors from an integrated system. This system has features that are likely to require approaches distinct from those suitable for other sectors. Thus, although a general framework for NAMAs has been developed, requirements appropriate to specific sectors are needed.
Innovative solutions for liveable urban areas
Energy Innovation Austria
Publisher: BMVIT und Klima- und Energiefonds
English, 12 Seiten
Case study for the development of modules that allow for the revitalisation of existing structures without interruption of utilization (two studies, one realisation).
Development and building of a prototype of a coolingmachine with a cooling power of 2 kW, tests and optimizing on a test facility, connection to a solar unit and utilization for air conditioning.
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.