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Individual certificates must be issued for parts of the building, as for independent buildings, when: › separate thermal calculations are required for different sections of the building

› sections of the building are used for different purposes › the internal design temperatures are different from other sections of the building

The certificate differs for buildings heated to a temperature of 18o C or higher from certificates for buildings heated to a temperature from 12 o C to 18 o C.

This is actually not an EPBD certificate, as it just contains data and information from the main design, and a statement of the main site engineer. There is no classification, just the data: › for buildings heated at a temperature of 18° C or more – annual required heating per unit of usable building surface area: maximum permitted and calculated

› for buildings heated at temperatures between 12° C and 18° C – it contains data on the coefficient of transmission heating losses per unit of surface area of heated building section, i.e., the maximum permitted and calculated value.

CERTIFICATE OF REQUIRED

HEATING in accordance with chapter VI of the Technical regulation on energy economy and heat retention in buildings, for buildings heated at temperatures of 18 °C or more.

This “certificate” is now being modified to meet EPBD requirements.

I. CERTIFICATE OF REQUIRED BUILDING HEATING

2. BUILDING DESCRIPTION

Name of building or part thereof Location of building (cadastral plot, street, street number, suburb and post code)

Month and year of design Surface[N1] area of building section A (m2) Volume of heated building section Ve (m3) Building shape factor f0 (m-1) Area of usable building surface[N2] AK (m2)

Heating method (local, floor, central, plant) Type and manner of using renewable energies Ratio of renewable energy to the required heating (%)

Mean monthly temperature of the outdoor air in the coldest month at the building location Θe,mon,min (°C) Mean monthly temperature of the outdoor air in the hottest month at the building location Θe, mon,max (°C)

3. REQUIRED BUILDING HEATING

Yearly required heating Qh (kW⋅h/a)

Yearly required heating per unit of usable building

surface area Qh'' (kW⋅h/m2⋅a) (residential buildings)

Yearly required heating per unit of building section

Maximum permitted

volume Qh' (kW⋅h/m3⋅a) (non-residential buildings) 1 Completed by the main design engineer relating to energy economy and heat retention

Maximum permitted

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› the share of the window area is different from that of the total façade area

(information from the main building design relating to energy economy and heat retention)1

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