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==Technology Radar==
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Revision as of 01:30, 22 November 2016

Technology Database
The Design4Energy project aims to address evolutionary life-cycle evolutionary design methodology able to create energy-efficient buildings flexibly connected with the neighbourhood energy system.

The project also aims to allow stakeholders to predict the current and future energy efficiency of buildings at both the individual and neighbourhood levels. The ultimate purpose of the project is to enable all parties to make better informed decissions in optimising the energy performance at the building life-cycle level, including operation and maintenance.

Technology Radar

Energy Systems(10 C)
Boiler(4 P)
Energy Distribution(6 P)
Energy Storage(4 P)
ES 3(20 P)
Heat Pumps(6 P)
Heating(3 P)
Lighting(6 P)
Renewable Energies(16 P)



Design4Energy continues to further develop, please be patient as we research current, new and emerging technologies over the coming weeks.


Building Benchmarks

 DescriptionConditioned national reference floor areaConditioned floor area calculatedThermal bridging
Examplary Building AApartment block, average building from data energy certificates1119.12 m²895.269 m²Medium
Examplary Building BOne-family house with oil central heating system2319.12 m²2095.269 m²Low

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Energy Systems

Building Components

Beam(1 P)


For Developers


Jscript(1 C)
Maincat(2 P)