Low energy class 1 type houses according to the Danish building regulations

Jørgen Rose, Jesper Kragh, Svend Svendsen & Jørgen Rose
In 2005 the Danish Building regulations introduced two low energy classes for buildings in addition to revised minimum requirements. The low energy class 1 and low energy class 2 correspond to total energy use, i.e. energy use for heating, ventilation, cooling and domestic hot water, as 50% and 75% of the minimum requirement respectively. The main purpose of introducing the low energy classes were to further support and encourage the development of low energy buildings....
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