Seminars and workshops 2016
During the Autumn 2016 the Total Concept method will be introduced at national seminars and workshops.
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-Energy Buildings.
This project, together with many other European energy efficiency and renewable energy projects, is supported by the EU’s Intelligent Energy-Europe programme.
The Total Concept information leaflet
A method presenting economic rationales for major reduction of energy use in non-residential buildings
News from the project
In Estonia, Step 2 has been finished in all of the three pilot buildings and Step 3 is ongoing or
Reports Improving the Energy Performance in Existing Non-residential Buildings in Denmark Using the Total Concept Method > Read report Functional performance checks
Training courses and seminars in Sweden on Total Concept method autumn 2016 In autumn there will be following courses and seminars: >
Reaching near passive house-level for the Norwegian Public Road Administration (NPRA) Office in Steinkjer with the use of Total Concept
From the three pilot buildings in Sweden two of them have proceeded to Step 2 and Step 3. In the