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ZEB Pilot buildings – overview
Authors: Publication Year: 2016

Abstract The Trondheim living lab is a newly built detached single family home that is planned to reach a zero emission balance over the course of its lifetime. This is achieved by a broad variety of technical strategies such as passive and active energy design and efficient installations. The degree of automation of the building's environmental services (such as heating, cooling, ventilation, and light) has been left open to be able to test different control scenarios: manual, automatic and several modes combining both approaches. In the first wave of qualitative experiments conducted in the laboratory between September 2015 and March…

Abstract Living Lab is a two bedroomed detached house on the edge of the university campus in Trondheim. It is also a research laboratory which is testing state of the art technology committed to achieving Zero emissions within a 100m2 dwelling. The first qualitative experiment in Living Lab will take place from September 2015 to April 2016, when six different resident groups comprising of two to four people, will make Living Lab their home for a period twenty-five days each. The resident groups were chosen because they are associated with three basic demographic categories; students under 30 who are already…

Veien mot nullutslippsbygg
Authors: Publication Year: 2015

Fremtidens bygninger
Authors: Publication Year: 2015

Ombygging av eneboliger
Authors: Publication Year: 2015

Zero Emission Buildings
Authors: Publication Year: 2014

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