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|Title:||Data on European non-residential buildings|
|Authors:||D'AGOSTINO DELIA; CUNIBERTI BARBARA; BERTOLDI PAOLO|
|Citation:||DATA IN BRIEF vol. 14 p. 759-762|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||This data article relates to the research paper Energy consumption and efficiency technology measures in European non-residential buildings. The reported data have been collected in the framework of the Green Building Programme that ran from 2006 to 2014. The project has encouraged the adoption of efficiency measures to boost energy savings in European non-residential buildings. Data focus on the one-thousand buildings that joined the Programme allowing to save around 985 GWh/year. The main requirement to join the Programme was the reduction of at least 25% primary energy consumption in a new or retrofitted building. Energy consumption before and after the renovation are provided for retrofitted buildings while, in new constructions, a building had to be designed using at least 25% less energy than requested by the country's building codes. The following data are linked within this article: energy consumption, absolute and relative savings related to primary energy, saving percentages, implemented efficiency measures and renewables. Further information is given about each building in relation to geometry, envelope, materials, lighting and systems.|
|JRC Directorate:||Energy, Transport and Climate|
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