About the regulatory framework for improving the energy efficiency of buildings: An overview of the Algerian Context
Keywords:Energy efficiency, Building, Thermal Regulation, Energy labeling, Algeria
Algeria is initiating a green energy dynamic by launching an ambitious program to support the renewable energy sector and energy efficiency. This support program named “Taka Nadhifa” is part of the strategic partnership on energy between the European Union and Algeria. The intermediate results of the program have led to the introduction of regulatory energy efficiency measures in the design and renovation of buildings. This paper reviews the inputs of the new thermal regulation related to the building sector through the examination of the produced proposals. This new vision aims on the one hand to alleviate the difficulties of implementation of the existing thermal regulation and on the other hand to integrate the attributes of the energy performance. Examples will also be presented illustrating the interest in the proposals for this new building's thermal regulation. Finally, the expected results of this new regulation will be the verification of the thermal conformity of the buildings with a first attempt to establish energy labeling.
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