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International departmental research alliance between the BBSR and the NIUA Type: Specialist article Date: 16 April 2021

The BBSR and the National Institute of Urban Affairs (NIUA) in New Delhi, India, have been cooperating in the field of applied urban and spatial research since 2018. Together they want to better understand the challenges in both countries and develop solutions for …

The BBSR and the National Institute of Urban Affairs (NIUA) in New Delhi, India, have been cooperating in the field of applied urban and spatial research since 2018. Together they want to better understand the challenges in both countries and develop solutions for cities and city regions.

Climate adaptation and standardisation procedures Type: News Date: 24 January 2023

Project completed: The climate is changing: hazards from heat, floods and heavy rain are increasing. What does this mean for building standards and technical rules? How can standards help to make buildings more resilient?

Climate adaptation and standardisation procedures – Analysis of existing building standards and technical rules in the context of climate change Type: Research Project

The climate is changing: hazards from heat, floods and heavy rain are increasing. What does this mean for building standards and technical rules? How can standards help to make buildings more resilient?

The climate is changing: hazards from heat, floods and heavy rain are increasing. What does this mean for building standards and technical rules? How can standards help to make buildings more resilient?

Comparative values for the energy consumption of non-residential buildings Type: Research Project

Due to the need to continuously update the empirical comparative values for the energy consumption of non-residential buildings, it is intended, in the course of the amendment of the Building Energy Act (Gebäudeenergiegesetz or GEG), to redetermine the comparative …

Due to the need to continuously update the empirical comparative values for the energy consumption of non-residential buildings, it is intended, in the course of the amendment of the Building Energy Act (Gebäudeenergiegesetz or GEG), to redetermine the comparative values published within the announcement to the EnEV on 7 April 2015. For this purpose, the comparative values are to be calculated and …

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