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FME-Forskningssentre for miljøvenn

Zero Emission Buildings

Tildelt: kr 0,20 mill.

The main objective of the FME-centre requires several coordinated strategies: - reduction of energy demand through technological measures - reduction of energy demand by user education, training, and motivation - substituting energy sources with harmful emissions with renewable energies The objectives require a combination of many technologies. Much R&D has already been undertaken in this area, and the project will of course build on existing results and on-going relevant R&D projects. But new technolo gies, built on advanced material and system research, are needed. The overall research center project will be subdivided in 5 work packages (WP): - WP-1: Advanced materials technologies - WP-2: Climate-adapted low-energy envelope technologies - WP-3: Bui lding integrated energy systems technologies - WP-4: User attitudes and demand - WP-5: Integrated design of zero emission buildings Organization The research center will be organized as a joint NTNU/SINTEF unit, but hosted by SINTEF Building and Infrastr ucture. The project leadership is thus shared between the two organizations: Principal scientific investigator: Professor Anne Grete Hestnes, NTNU Project leader: Research Manager, PhD, Marit Thyholt, SINTEF The main participating NTNU departments will be: - Dept. of Architectural Design, History and Technology - Dept. of Civil and Transport Engineering - Dept. of Interdisciplinary Studies of Culture The main participating SINTEF units will be: - SINTEF Building and Infrastructure (host institution) - SINTEF Materials and Chemistry - SINTEF Energy Research (role to be clarified) Inclusion of technologies to be treated in other relevant centers (if established) requires close cooperation and coordination with: - SINTEF Energy Research (Bio and heat pu mp) - NTNU Dept. of Energy and Process Engineering (Bio and heat pump) - Consortium for FME ? Solar Cell Technologies


FME-Forskningssentre for miljøvenn

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