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The following are publications developed under Task 13:

Final Task Management Report
October 1996 - PDF 0.2MB - Posted: 1/1/2007
By: Anne Grete Hestnes, The Royal Ministry of Industry and Energy
The focus of the Task was the application of passive and/or active solar technologies for space heating of single family and multi family residential buildings. The use of passive and active solar concepts for cooling, ventilation, and lighting was also addressed, as well as advanced energy conservation measures to reduce heating and cooling loads.
Solar Energy Houses: Strategies, Technologies, Examples
1996 - Posted: 1/1/2007
By: Hestnes, A.G., S.R.Hastings, and B.Saxhof
Publisher: James & James Science Publishers Ltd, London
ISBN: 1-873936-69-9
Order - 49.50 GBP
Component and System Testing
October 1995 - Posted: 1/1/2007
Editor: Saxhof, B., DTU, Copenhagen
ISBN: 87- 984610-3-6
Our New Solar Buildings
In Sun at Work in Europe, Volume 10, Number 1
March 1995 - Posted: 1/1/2007
By: Hestnes, A.G.
Solar Low Energy Houses of IEA Task 13
1995 - Posted: 1/1/2007
By: Hastings, S.R.
Publisher: James & James Science Publishers Ltd., London
ISBN: 1-873936-37-0
Order - 17.99 GBP
Simulation Strategies for Selected Technologies
1994 - Posted: 1/1/2007
By: Poel, B. and H.Erhorn, Damen Consultants, Arnhem
Advanced Solar Low Energy Buildings: An Update of Task 13 of the IEA's Solar Heating and Cooling Programme
In Sun World, Volume 16, Number 3
September 1992 - Posted: 1/1/2007
By: Hestnes, A.G.
Advanced Solar Low Energy Buildings. Task 13 of the IEA's Solar Heating - Posted: 1/1/2007
By: Hestnes, A.G.
Proceedings of CIB-symposium, Stuttgart 1990, The International Symposium on Energy Efficient Buildings, Leinfelden-Echterdingen, Germany 1993, Innovative Housing '93, Vancouver 1993, ISES Solar World Congress, Budapest 1993, 4th European Conference on Solar Energy in Architecture and Urban Planning, Berlin 1996, and EuroSun '96, Freiburg 1996

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