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Since the different legislative elements comprising the whole implementation of the EPBD can only be found in the diverse Länder codes etc., they are not mentioned here individually, but can also be found under www.oib.or.at. Otherwise, the following ÖNORMs [Austrian Standards] should be consulted with regard to the calculation method:

Title of the ÖNORM Energy requirement

Final energy demand

Heating and cooling demand

Energy use for ventilation and air conditioning

Energy use for heating systems Energy use for cooling systems

Energy use for lighting

2 > Status of the implementation

Energy performance certificate

Much experience has been gained in those Länder (Kärnten, Oberösterreich, Salzburg, Steiermark and Vorarlberg) which have already produced more than 70.000 energy performance certificates before implementing the EPBD. These certificates did not include heating, cooling and lighting and will therefore be revised.

With the OIB Directive 6 coming into effect (via Länder-building codes), the issue of an energy performance certificates for newly erected buildings and for major renovations (if the renovation includes at least three of the following elements: floor, walls, windows and doors, roof, heating and/or cooling system) is mandatory.

From 1 January 2009 it will be mandatory that when buildings are sold, re- sold or rented out, an energy performance certificate is made available to the owner, or to the potential buyer or tenant by the owner (see federal law for the mandatory presentation of energy performance certificates). The certificate is valid for ten years. It may be extended for another ten year period after examination by the issuing authority or an equivalent expert, as long as there have been no changes affecting the energy performance and the legislation has not been altered. Each energy performance certificate is only valid for the parts of a building of equal usage, for which the certificate’s input parameter has been determined.

The following buildings or building categories are exempt from the requirements: › Buildings and architectural monuments; buildings used as places of worship and for religious activities which are specifically protected as part of a designated environment or due to their particular architectural or historical value, where compliance with the requirements would unacceptably alter their nature or their outward appearance and the requirements could otherwise not be met.

› Buildings which do not serve residential purposes and which are not conditioned.

› Buildings which do not serve residential purposes and which have an energy demand of less than 680 degree days.

The energy performance certificate is to be designed according to provincial legislation. An energy performance certificate issued for a building/part of a building (zone) applies to every unit of similar usage

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ÖNORM number

ÖNORM B 8110-6 ÖNORM H 5057

ÖNORM H 5056 ÖNORM H 5058

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