IEA HPP Annex 32

Economical heating and cooling systems for low energy houses
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Logo SINTEF Norwegian national Annex 32 website
The Norwegian project website of IEA HPP Annex 32 hosted by SINTEF provides information in Norway and in English related to low energy houses and building technology for low energy houses in connection with the Annex 32 project
website in Norwegian         website in English

Logo ZEB The Norwegian Research Centre on Zero Emissions Buildings
EIn February 2009, the Research Council of Norway assigned The Faculty of Architecture and Fine Art at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) to host the Research Centre on Zero Emission Buildings (ZEB), which is one of eight new national Centres for Environment-friendly Energy Research (FME). The main objective of the FME-centres is to contribute to the development of good technologies for environmentally friendly energy and to raise the level of Norwegian expertise in this area.
website in Norwegian         website in English

Logo Enova Enova SF
ENOVA SF is public enterprise owned by the Royal Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy. Enova SF`s main mission is to contribute to environmentally sound and rational use and production of energy, relying on financial instruments and incentives to stimulate market actors and mechanisms to achieve national energy policy goals.
Enova financially supports the national project of Norway.
website in Norwegian         website in English

Logo Enova Website for Norwegian low energy houses by State Housing Bank
The Norwegian State Housing Bank together with SINTEF Building and Infrastructure have been two of the main initiators and "driving forces" for reducing the heating demands in residences by the concept "Passive Energy Design". The Norwegian State Housing Bank has e.g. used information programs and financial incentives to stimulate the market. The website run the the State Housing Bank contains information on low energy buildings in Norway.
website in Norwegian

Logo Norwegian heat pump association NOVAP The Norwegian Heat Pump Association
The Norwegian Heat Pump Association (NOVAP) is an independent organisation which is working for the implementation of heat pumps in the Norwegian energy system. The members of NOVAP are heat pump manufactures, wholesale dealers and suppliers. NOVAP's main activities are to advance high quality heat pump systems, be a centre of expertise, represent the heat pump business sector in national and international fora, and provide high quality heat pump information to different target groups.
website in Norwegian