Cost-optimal levels of minimum energy performance requirements in the Danish Building Regulations

The purpose of the report is to analyse the cost optimality of the energy requirements in the Danish Building Regulations 2010, BR10 to new building and to existing buildings undergoing major renovation.

The purpose of the report is to analyse the cost optimality of the energy requirements in the Danish Building Regulations 2010, BR10 to new building and to existing buildings undergoing major renovation.

The energy requirements in the Danish Building Regulations have by tradition always been based on the cost and benefits related to the private economical or financial perspective. Macro economical calculations have in the past only been made in addition. The cost optimum used in this report is thus based on the financial perspective. Due to the high energy taxes in Denmark there is a significant difference between the consumer price and the macro economical for energy.

The evaluation is performed by the Danish Building Research Institute on request from the Danish Energy Agency.

Download the report: 'Cost-optimal levels of minimum energy performance requirements in the Danish Building Regulations' (2013).

Forskere

Søren Aggerholm

Sidst opdateret 09. september 2013