The communication process

In order to stimulate an increased use of solar in energy conscious building design, the Task 41 participants have developed a Communication Guideline as a tool to support architects in their communication process with especially clients, authorities and contractors. Today the energy performance of solar solutions is well documented and well known especially in the “technical environment”. This knowledge, however, needs to be communicated in a convincing way to the decision makers in order to ensure a broad implementation of sustainable solar solutions in future building design. The Communication Guideline includes convincing arguments and facts supporting the implementation of solar based design solutions. The Communication Guideline is divided in three main parts: • Part 1: Convincing clients to request and commission solar buildings • Part 2: Communication strategies at the design/ construction team level • Part 3: Tools and References


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2012
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Hagen, Rolf and Bruun Jorgensen, Olav for International Energy Agency Solar Heating and Cooling Programme
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International Energy Agency Solar Heating and Cooling Programme Task 41 Communication guideline - Ed. Hagen, Rolf and Bruun Jorgensen, Olav
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