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2019 Intersolar Fair

Last week Jan Remund presented's building energy service during the 2019 Intersolar Fair.

It is clear that climate change and urban heat island effects have a significant influence on energy consumption and thermal comfort levels of buildings. Still, it is not standard practice to incorporate meteorological data on the impact of climate change and urban heat characteristics into building simulations.

This leads to major discrepancies between simulation results and actual energy consumption and indoor climate data for buildings in urban areas. Find out how Meteotest is working to provide more precise data for realistic building energy simulations in this factsheet.

The right data; the right way

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