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Energy regulations require stricter enforcement as response to climate change

Visscher, Henk J., Itard, Laure and Guerra Santin, Olivia 2010. Energy regulations require stricter enforcement as response to climate change. Presented at: Proceedings of the first international conference on sustainable urbanization (ICSU 2010), China, Hong Kong, 15-17th, December 2010.

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Abstract

Since a few years the attention for building regulatory systems and enforcement procedures is growing. Various developments in society, politics and the construction industry have influenced changes in the systems of building control in the last 20 years. The influence of climate change and the related demands on buildings will have a very strong impact of further transformations in this field. This was a reason to initiate a new CIB taskgroup (TG79) focussing on building regulations and control in de the face of climate change. In this paper we present some research findings about the relation between regulations and actual performances of buildings. These experiences make clear that the function of building control might change in the next years.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Schools: Architecture
Uncontrolled Keywords: Building Regulations, Building Control, Energy Performance, Energy Saving, Climate Change
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Last Modified: 26 Jun 2017 02:00
URI: http://orca-mwe.cf.ac.uk/id/eprint/14830

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