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Título: Energy performance certificate: a valuable tool for building-to-grid interaction?
Autor: Panão, Marta Oliveira
Gonçalves, Helder
Palavras-chave: Buildings 
Zero Energy Buildings
Energy efficiency
NZEB
Data: 2013
Citação: Panão, Marta O.; Gonçalves, H. Energy performance certificate: a valuable tool for building-to-grid interaction?. In: SB13 Portugal – Sustainable Building Contribution to Achieve the EU 20-20-20 Targets, Book of Proceedings, Guimarães, Portugal, 30 Oct. - 1 Nov., 2013, p. 865-870
Resumo: New challenges were opened with the recast of Energy Performance of Buildings Directive, requiring by 2020 that new buildings be “nearly Zero-Energy Buildings” (nearly ZEB). In addition to consumer buildings, Net ZEBs are also producers’ by using as much renewable energy sources as possible to compensate the building energy load. Sustainable cities require energy-efficient buildings, i.e. buildings where the use of energy is minimized without compromising the occupants comfort, namely for heating, cooling, lighting and indoor air quality. But smart cities require energy-efficient ‘interactive’ buildings, which integrate multiplecarrier energy networks and provide up-to-date valuable information for their management, where buildings are simplified to single nodes characterized by their energy load, generation, storage and conversion, applying the load-generation approach. The information currently available in the Energy Performance Certificate is not relevant for estimating the time dependent building energy load, but it can be easily improved by including a few descriptive parameters.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10400.9/2365
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