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    Project Name ASIEPI Assesment and Improvement of the EPBD Impact
    Implementation period: 01.10.2007 - 31.03.2010
    Project Coordinator:

    International Network for Information on Ventilation and Energy Performance EEIG

    Partners:
    1. Belgian Building Research Institute (BBRI), Belgium, WP1 leader, WP6 leader, WP9 leader
    2. National and Kapodestrian University of Athens (NKUA), Greece, WP1 leader, WP7 leader
    3. Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research (TNO), Netherlands, WP2 leader
    4. Fraunhofer Institute of Building Physics (IBP), Germany, WP4 leader
    5. Stiftelsen for Industriell Teknisk Forskning ved Norges Tekniske Høgskole as legal entity acting for its institute SINTEF Buildings & Infrastructure (SINTEF), Norway
    6. Centre Scientifique et Technique du Bâtiment (CSTB), France
    7. Faculdate de Engenharia da Universidade do Porto (FEUP), Portugal, WP3 leader
    8. Centre d Etudes Techniques de l Equipement de Lyon (CETE de Lyon), France, WP5 leader
    9. Federation of European Heating and Air-conditioning Associations (REHVA), WP8 leader
    10. Ente per le Nuove Tecnologie l Energia e l Ambiente (ENEA), Italy
    11. Asociacion de Investigacion y Cooperacion Industrial de Andalucia (AICIA), Spain
    12. National Energy Conservation Agency (NAPE), Poland
    13. Technical Research Centre of Finland (VTT), Finland
    14. Energie und Umweltzentrum am Deister e.V. (E-U-Z), Germany
    15. ENVIROS, s.r.o. (ENVIROS), Czech Republic
    16. Danish Building Research Institute (SBi), Denmark
    Website: http://www.asiepi.eu/
    Objective:

    ASIEPI project was launched to assess and improve the implementation of EPBD for new and retrofitted buildings.

    Results:
    • assesment of EPBD implementation in Member States
    • tools allowing for comparison of energy efficiency between Member States
    • information about EPBD implementation in particular Member States
    • approximations and simplifications to improve compliance and control
    • analysis of gathered information about simplifications introduced by Member States, concerning thermal bridges in energy performance calculations
    • consciousness raising about potential difficulties of system evaluation based on the experience from Member States
    • raising awareness about available alternative techniques and technologies improving thermal comfort without increasing energy consumption
    Contact in NAPE:

    Aleksander Panek, apanek@nape.pl