Energy savings due to internal façade insulation in historic buildings

September 2018 - Posted: 11/14/2019

The paper presents desktop analyses of potential energy savings in historic buildings, carried out using standard boundary conditions for calculation of energy savings, as prescribed in the European building energy performance certification schemes. Internal insulation of the building’s façades can potentially reduce the theoretical energy demand for space heating by 9 to 43 % compared to the energy demand of the original building if installed moisture-safe. Combined with other commonly used energy saving measures, 43–78 % reduction of the energy demand was estimated.



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Editor: Tor Broström, Lisa Nilsen and Susanna Carlsten
Publisher: EEHB 2018