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Implementation of the EPBD in Germany | Concerted Action
In Germany, the series of standards DIN V is employed “Energy rating of buildings — calculating net, final and primary energy demand for heating, cooling, ventilation, warm water and lighting”. The intention of the EU directive is to label the energy efficiency of buildings using a building energy passport see figure similar to energy labels for household refrigerating appliances or lamps.
The directive applies to new residential and service buildings with an overall floor space exceeding 1.
A harmonisation of rating systems is not foreseeable at this point. The EU directive contains neither detailed energy values nor a method for determining the overall energy values of fin building.
Besides heating, ventilation and air conditioning of a building, it also considers artificial lighting — meaning artificial ddin used to fulfil visual tasks, not decorative lighting. More information on cookies. In Germany, the energy passport is mandatory for all buildings — regardless of size — however, the energy share for lighting is not included for apartments and residential buildings.
References on yearly operating periods 118599-4 be expected can also be gathered from the table. Its implementation into German law via energy savings law and EnEV has made the creation of an energy ID mandatory for obtaining a construction permit.
Belgium, France, Switzerland and the Netherlands have also been working with systems for energy balancing in buildings for a long time.
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When it comes to lighting, incorporating daylight is regarded as a significant potential for energy savings. It contains, among other things, user profiles which can be gathered from the table.
In other European countries, corresponding legal regulations apply.