The impact of the year-on-year variation in the intensity of solar radiation on the energy intensity of low-energy and passive houses
1 Energy Consulting, z.s. AleŠova 21, 370 01 České Budějovice, Czech Republic
2 Institute of Technology and Business in České Budějovice, Department of Civil Engineering, z.s. AleŠova 21, 370 01, České Budějovice, Czech Republic
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Solar radiation is a significant segment of heat gains in the operation of buildings. The importance of this segment is highlighted by lowering the energy performance of buildings. The current condition of assessment considers the standard values of solar radiation but these are often very different from the fair values. In the contribution it draws attention to not only to on-year variation in solar fluctuations in the intensity of solar radiation and its significant long-term deviation from the standard values but also to the impact to energy building in reliance to its energy intensity. The attention will be focused also to different values in standards valid in the Czech Republic. This specification of energy assessment of buildings is not only necessary to approximate calculations of real state, but mainly because we can expect more disputes about if a building has declared calculating the parameters of a building with nearly zero-energy or passive house.
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