KEEPING THE HISTORICAL HERITAGE ALIVE: Methodology for the energy renovation of the historic residential stock of the east extension in Brussels

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  title={KEEPING THE HISTORICAL HERITAGE ALIVE: Methodology for the energy renovation of the historic residential stock of the east extension in Brussels},
  author={Aranzazu Galan Gonzalez and Philippe Bouillard and Consolaci{\'o}n Ana Acha Rom{\'a}n and Milena Stevanovi{\'c}},
  year={2013}
}
Keeping the historical heritage alive is part of European culture. There are a huge number of historical buildings in Europe, the majority of which are still wasting large amounts of energy (1). Although a certain degree of caution should be maintained when thinking up renovation plans for historical buildings, the simple argumentation that they can't in anyway be adapted to integrate new renewable energy installations for fear of changing their nature and appearance is not endurable in the… CONTINUE READING

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