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BRICKER aims to develop a scalable, replicable, high energy efficient, zero emissions and cost effective system to refurbish existing public-owned non-residential buildings to achieve at least 50% energy consumption reduction.
The building set for demonstration has a high heating demand quantified at 180 kWh/(m2y) over an overall conditioned area of 23,600 m2. Active and passive technologies will be implemented.
For the Spanish demonstration building, the BRICKER energy concept will exclusively deal with the installation of active technologies since the envelop configuration is already adequate.
The Turkish university hospital building set for interventions will include a ventilated wall façade of mineral insulation material for an overall surface of 785m2, an aluminium sunblind on the southern façade, film coatings on the eastern and western façades, solar collectors and an adsorption chiller.
Heat recovery ventilation can be integrated into windows, walls, shutters, and heating and cooling units. HRV provides fresh air and improved climate control, while also saving energy.
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This project has received funding from
the European Union’s Seventh Programme for research,
technological development and demonstration
under grant agreement No 609071
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