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Interested in getting involved?

The findings from iSERVcmb will be taken forward in a number of initiatives and projects, the first of which will be proposed between September and November 2014. If you are interested in potentially being involved in these proposals please contact Professor Ian Knight on noting your background and any potential areas you would find of interest e.g. HVAC component manufacturer, legislator, end user, etc.

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iSERV Article: Power Demands of Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning components in EU Buildings


iSERV Article by Prof. Ian Knight (iSERV coordinator) published in the REHVA European HVAC journal (03/2014) Power Demands of Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning components in EU Buildings The importance of understanding energy use at HVAC component level A previous paper in the January 2104 REHVA Journal (Knight, 2014)…

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iSERV results will be presented at REHVA Annual Meeting 2014

Author: Anita Derjanecz (REHVA - Federation of European Heating, Ventilation and Air-conditioning Associations)

Close to the project end, iSERVcmb results will be presented to REHVA Members and Supporters on the REHVA Annual conference “Energy efficient, smart and healthy buildings” 30 April 2014 in Düsseldorf. [more] +++ The scope of the conference will be to offer various stakeholders – researchers, industry, building owners, end…

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Final iSERV Public workshop in London, UK

The public workshop will take place in Store Street in London on Thursday April 10th. Public workshops for stakeholders (building owners and administrators, HVAC system designers, manufacturers and inspectors and legislators) are a key part of the iSERV communication strategy. The concept is to briefly introduce the work previously done,…

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