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major reduction of energy use in non-residential buildings

The Total Concept method

combines economic efficiency and energy efficiency

starts with the property owner's requirement
of return on investment

and a careful analysis of the property

all the possible energy saving measures are carried out
in one package

Results in halving of annual energy costs

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Analyse the building

Identify all possible energy saving measures

Make energy calculations for the measures identified

Plan the action package that meets profitability requirements

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A number of measures can be done without preparations

Others must be designed and planned, carried out by contractors

Finalize work by performing thorough functional performance checks

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Register energy use at least on monthly basis

Continue the follow up at least one year after handover

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Co-funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe
Programme of the European Union

Guidelines and tools

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Helpdesk

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Pilot Buildings

Factsheets

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Seminars and workshops 2016

During the Autumn 2016 the Total Concept method will be introduced at national seminars and workshops.

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Major reduction of energy use in non residential Buildings

This project aims to demonstrate that large scale energy performance improvements in existing non-residential buildings can satisfy profitability demands set by the building owner/investor and thus become a market driver for major refurbishment of existing buildings towards Nearly Zero-Enerlogga-liggande-500x227gy Buildings.

This project, together with many other European energy efficiency and renewable energy projects, is supported by the EU’s Intelligent Energy-Europe programme.

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The Total Concept information leaflet
A method presenting economic rationales for major reduction of energy use in non-residential buildings

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