Law April 3, 2014 48 - The Law Reform May 7, 2008 N.72 - Promotion And Incentive Dell

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Draft Law "Changing Composition Commissions Cooperation, Prices, P SAN MARINO We the Captains Regent of the Most Serene Republic of San Marino Having regard to Article 4 of the Constitutional Law no.185 / 2005 and Article 6 of Qualified Law no. 186/2005; Promulgate and publish the following ordinary law approved by the Great and General Council at its meeting on March 28, 2014: April 3, 2014 48 LAW REFORM LAW May 7, 2008 No 72- PROMOTION INCENTIVE AND ENERGY EFFICIENCY OF BUILDINGS AND 'USE oF RENEWABLE ENERGY iN CIVIL aND INDUSTRIAL INDEX CHAPTER I dEFINITIONS aND -FINALITÀ Art.1 - Art.2 Objectives - Regulating Authority for public Services and Energy Art.3 - definitions CHAPTER II -PROVVEDIMENTI tO REDUCE eNERGY CONSUMPTION iN bUILDINGS Art.4 -Ambito law enforcement Art.5 technical -Documentation, certificates of permission, investigations Art.6 -Exercise and maintenance of heating systems Art.7 national information -System San Marino on energy efficiency of buildings Art .8 -Measures support and incentive Art.9 acoustic -Provision of building structures -CERTIFICATORI ENERGY CHAPTER III - REGISTRY oF CERTIFYING ENERGY - UNITA 'ORGANIZATION DEDICATED incentives DEL'EFFICIENZA ENERGY aND tHE USE oF RENEWABLE ENERGY Art.10 - Subjects accredited certifiers Art.11 - Register of Energy certification Art.12 - Enabling and registration in the Register of Energy certification Art.13 - registration of non-residents and companies established outside the territory Art.14 - Examination for entry in the Register Art.15 of the energy Certification - Suspension from the register Art.16 - Withdrawal of approval and removal from registry Art.17 - Reinstatement Art.18-organizational units in charge of energy efficiency incentives and the use of renewable energy CHAPTER IV employment PROMOTION oF rENEWABLE eNERGY iN CIVIL AND INDUSTRIAL Art.19 - network Sale of electricity generated by renewable energy installations to Art.20 - connection request procedure Art.21 - electricity produced Measurement Art.22- Net metering Art.23 - Assignment of energy produced Art.24 - Fees for services and installation of measuring instruments CHAPTER V - mEASURES tO REDUCE WATER CONSUMPTION fOR USE BATHROOM fACILITIES Art.25 - installation of devices for regulating the flow faucets, showers and flushing cisterns Art.26 - supply of flushing cisterns with Art.27 gray water - use of rainwater CHAPTER VI -SANZIONI Art.28 - Sanctions Art. 29 - procedure for the application of sanctions Art.30 - Referral to the decrees CHAPTER VII -assistance aND SUPPORT MEASURES Art.31 - Initiatives and measures under Art.32 incentive -Program Energy Industrial Diagnosis and incentive instruments Art.33 -assistance to plants from RES or CHP Art.34 -assistance for biomass plants and for the production of energy from RES in agriculture art.35 -Establishment energy Bill energy -Company Art.36 Art.37 -assistance and referral to decrees art.38 -Measures accompanying CHAPTER VIII - FINAL AND tRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS Art.39 - energy procedures and building codes Art.40 - Commission for energy efficiency in buildings Art.41 - transitional arrangements Art.42 - Revisions Art.43- Repeals Art.44- Entry into force ANNEXES - Annex 1 - climatological characterization of the territory of the Republic of San Marino in order to determine the energy performance indices and solar energy captabilità conditions - Appendix 2 - provisions on minimum requirements energy performance of buildings and installations - Appendix 3 - technical Report - Appendix 4 - energy qualification certificate of the buildings - Annex 5 - procedure for certification of buildings and energy performance certificate - Annex 6 - methods for determining the energy performance of buildings - Annex 7 - classification system of energy performance of buildings - Annex 8 - minimum value of the performance of heat generators detected during checks - Annex 9 - technical reference standards - Annex 10 - Requirements and specifications of the systems - Annex 11 - requirements for noise performance of horizontal and vertical building structures delimiting the buildings CHAPTER I SCOPE aND DEFINITIONS Art.1 (Purpose) 1. this law has the following objectives:
a) optimize the energy performance of buildings, in the logic of a fair and balanced process of improving the overall quality of buildings, even under the hygiene aspects and environmental well-being; b) promote the development, enhancement and integration of renewable sources; c) promote energy diversification in both civil and industrial; d) regulate the electricity market; e) encourage the adoption of efficient technologies to reduce industrial consumption; f) stimulate the production of electricity from renewable sources and the adoption of efficient technologies to reduce industrial consumption; g) reducing water consumption in the civil sector; h) limit the emissions of polluting gases and in particular of greenhouse gases. 2. The purposes of the preceding paragraph shall, in particular, pursued through: a) Authority to grant adjustment of Law 120 of 20 November 2001 functions on energy; b) to set out general principles for the energy certification of buildings and criteria designed to ensure the qualification and independence of the experts responsible for energy certification thereof; c) the application of minimum requirements on the energy performance of buildings, in their separate parts of air-conditioning and domestic hot water and heat generators; d) the definition of the modalities of use of renewable energies and their integration in buildings; e) determining the methodology for calculating the energy performance of buildings; f) regulations on how to adapt the electrical network of the State in order to make it possible to enter into the same energy produced from renewable sources; g) the Energy Company training for the management of electricity generation plants from renewable sources accompanying them to corresponding contractual policies by dell'AASS, in order to achieve greater energy independence of the country; h) the regulation of energy audit procedures; i) the promotion of technical interventions on water and sanitation facilities to reduce wastage of drinking water; j) the provision of forms and methods of stimulation of energy saving measures, reduction of drinking water consumption, use of renewable energies; k) the collection of information, experience and necessary processing orientation of government policy on energy in construction, as well as carrying out studies that enable swift regulatory changes as a function of the progress of knowledge and development technology and market, while respecting the needs of citizens; l) the promotion of rational energy use in buildings, both through information and awareness of end-users, both through training and upgrading of the industry. 3. The regulatory measures outlined above are implemented, as well as with the present law, including the adoption by the Congress of State, specific decrees. Art. 2 (Adjustment Authority for Public Services and Energy) 1. For the purpose of this Act, the powers and functions assigned to the Authority for Regulating Public Services of Law 20 November 2001 n. 120 are integrated with the following: a) to coordinate, in consultation with the Secretary of State delegated to Relations with the Autonomous State for public Services, every four years, starting in 2012, the Energy Plan of the Republic of San Marino, as defined in paragraphs 5 and 6; b) submit to the Great and General Council by the end of February each year a report on the achievement of the objectives of the Energy Plan (PEN briefly) and actions taken with emphasis on the state of implementation of containment measures of the public administration consumption; c) settle appeals to the measures undertaken by the Office of Prevention and Environment Manager (hereafter UPA) regarding the granting of the incentives provided for in Chapter VII, and indicates the procedures for verification of the persistence of the requirements necessary to the enjoyment of the same by activating, in event of default of the beneficiaries, the withdrawal procedure and recovery of the recognized benefits. The actions mentioned above are allowed within ten days of notification of the measures and the Authority is silent on within thirty days; d) to propose measures to reduce energy consumption; e) to analyze climate data and define the areas of the Republic in which you can install wind and mini-hydro power plants; f) provide the competent bodies qualified technical support in order to evaluate the adhesion of
Republic of San Marino to the International agreements and treaties in the field of energy saving and reduction of pollutant emissions; g) adopt implementing regulations and interpretation and implementation guidelines of this law even with regular updates that take into account the technical and scientific developments regarding the matter of this Act. Except as provided in paragraph e), the Authority shall, in consultation with the Scientific and Technical Committee referred to art.19 of Law 126 of 16 November 1995, the cases in which the construction of wind and mini hydro plants is to be subject to environmental impact assessment. 2. The Authority's designation established by n.120 / 2001 law is changed from "Regulating Authority for Public Services" to "Regulating Authority for Public Services and Energy". In the following, the term "authority" always designate the Authority for Regulating Public Services and Energy. 3. In order to ensure the efficiency and the full operation of the Authority, in partial modification of article 3 of the law n.120 / 2001, at least one member shall be appointed from among persons with proven experience and recognized professionalism in the fields of renewable energy and energy efficiency and energy savings. 4. The Regulation referred to in Article 6 of the Law n.120 / 2001 in the specification of the Authority's organizational arrangements it provides that, in case of special technical requirements, the same can rely on the collaboration of professionals, also of other States as matters referred to in this law. All of the advice details, including any costs and the results will be made public in a special area of ​​the Authority's website, as well as analyzed in the annual reports of PEN. 5. Energy Plan defines the means by which the Authority analyzes the consumption and emissions of climate-altering gas emissions and proposes energy policies. 6. The Energy Plan is approved by the Great and General Council and includes: a) the San Marino's energy balance; b) the annual budgets of the greenhouse gas emissions prepared in accordance with guidelines developed by the UN within the IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change); c) the preparation of the demand / supply energy policy scenarios of the Republic based on the objectives in letters d) and e) of this section; d) the identification of containment objectives consumption in construction, in agriculture, in industry and in transport and household consumption; e) identification of objectives in relation to energy production from renewable energy sources (RES); f) the report on the energy consumption of public administration and management of the plants owned most excellent room; g) the quantification of financial resources for the implementation of measures for energy saving and for the realization of installations, both public and private, acts to energy production from renewable sources or cogeneration in the territory or outside the territory of San Marino. Article 3 (Definitions) 1. For the purposes of this Act and the decrees adopted by the Congress of State in execution of the same, the terms and expressions mentioned in the following paragraphs assume the meanings specified. 2. It shall apply: a) assessment: set of verification activities carried out by direct relevant authorities to ensure that the design, construction, operation, control and maintenance of works and installations comply with current regulations and who meets the requirements and established obligations; b) temperature controlled air conditioned environment (environment): compartment or enclosed space heated or cooled at a certain temperature; c) volumetric expansion of existing building: for the application of minimum energy performance requirements referred to in this provision, the definition refers to: 1. the new volumes, air-conditioned (or temperature controlled) undertaken outside and in adherence to the shape an existing building manufacturing; 2. air-conditioned volumes resulting from the change of the intended use of existing local and non air-conditioned outbuildings existing building unit. d) energy performance certificate: document issued by an entity accredited certifying the energy performance of a building or building unit and its current values ​​according to the law, as well as reference values ​​or energy classes that allow citizens to carry out its assessment and the comparison; in accordance with the scheme set forth in Annex 5, the certificate contains the data for key parameters and energy characteristics, and is
accompanied by suggestions concerning the most significant and cost-effective for the improvement of energy performance; the index of energy performance and its class are given in the certificate contain commercial ads Sales of buildings or individual units; e) certificate of qualification energy: document prepared and sworn by a qualified professional, not necessarily foreign to the property, to the design or construction of the building, in which are the needs of primary energy calculation, the building class , or building unit, in relation to the energy certification national system of San Marino and the corresponding maximum allowable values ​​set by the legislation in force for the specific case or, where no such limits are set for an identical new building. Outside of the provisions of art.5 of the present law, the certificate of qualification energy is optional and is designed to cure the interested also in order to simplify the subsequent release of energy certification. To this end, the certificate also includes the indication of possible improvements of the energy performance, as well as the possible class steps following the eventual realization of the actions themselves. The author provides to appropriately highlight the document title that the same is not a certificate of building energy certification, as well as, in signing it, which is or has been his role in relation to the building itself; f) competent authority: authority or person responsible for the conduct, in accordance with current legislation and in compliance with the methods and skills therein, the assessment and verification of compliance of construction projects with the relevant minimum energy performance requirements and assessment and inspection on thermal plants in the present Act; g) plant barrier: Fifth vegetative composed exclusively of species of trees and / or shrubs specially organized linear plantations (such as hedges, wooded strips, rows etc.), or from plant species that grow on suitable structures; h) biomass: the biodegradable fraction of products, waste and residues from agriculture, including vegetal and animal substances, forestry and related industries, as well as the biodegradable fraction of industrial and municipal waste. In particular, they have identified the following types of biomass and biogas derived from agricultural products, farming and forestry: 1) dedicated agricultural crops and forest no-food, 2) forest management, 3) Field of agricultural farm residues, 4) residual activities of processing of food products, livestock and forestry, 5) livestock waste; i) boiler: heat formed by the burner-generator designed so as to allow to transfer the heat produced by combustion in fluids; j) certificate of conformity construction and habitability: document proving that the project has been realized corresponds to the approved design or presented in particular for what concerns the energy performance of the building and systems installed in it, in accordance with the requirements provided for by law; k) energy certification of a building or building unit: all the transactions carried out in compliance with the provisions of the present law for the issuance of the energy performance and the recommendations for the improvement of energy performance; l) closures: set of technological and technical elements of the unity of the building system with a function to separate and to conform the interior spaces of the building system than outside (UNI 8290), thus forming the building envelope. These closures are classified vertical, horizontal lower, horizontal or inclined upper, horizontal of exterior spaces. They can be opaque or transparent; m) or energy class energy performance class: conventional range delimited face reference thresholds to synthetically represent the energy performance of a building on the basis of pre-defined energy performance indicators. The energy classes can be different depending on the service that attest: winter heating, summer, domestic hot water, ventilation, lighting and production of energy from renewable sources. It can be used in an overall assessment of the performance indicator. The energy class is marked with letters from A to G for increasing energy efficiency. They can coexist more specification for example with the use of class A + and A ++;
n) Winter or summer cooling: set of functions to ensure the well-being of the occupants by controlling, within the environment, the temperature and, if any suitable devices, moisture, renewal capacity and air cleanliness; o) cogeneration means the simultaneous generation in one process of thermal energy and electricity; p) high-efficiency cogeneration: cogeneration meets the following two criteria: 1. the cogeneration production from cogeneration units shall provide primary energy savings calculated in accordance with Annex 10, paragraph 2.1.2, at least 10%; 2. production by units of small scale and micro-cogeneration which provide primary energy savings is equated with high-efficiency cogeneration: q) burning: the process by which the chemical energy contained in the combustible material is converted into thermal energy useful in heat generators (flame combustion) or into mechanical energy in endothermic engines; r) of thermal plant run: all the operations necessary for the normal operation of the thermal system, which does not require the use of tools or instrumentation outside of the one installed on the system; s) of heating system core: operator equipped with appropriate license in cases prescribed by the current legislation, which performs management operations; t) Energy Performance Contract: contract governing the provision of goods and services necessary for optimal management and improvement of the processing and use of energy; u) thermal plant control: verification of the degree of functionality and efficiency of a device or of a heating system performed by operator enabled to operate on the market, both for the implementation of possible maintenance operations and / or repair is to evaluate the results achieved with such operations; v) green roofs: continuous shell equipped with a system that uses plant species able to adapt and grow in the characteristics of the environmental conditions of a building coverage, built and maintained in accordance with the UNI 11325. These covers are made through a structural system which in particular provides for a crop on which layer should be rooted associations of plant species, with minimal maintenance, extensive green roofs, or with medium and high maintenance, intensive green roofs; w) climate data: with reference to the location where you placed the building climate data can include degree-day (DD), monthly average summer temperatures (θe), the monthly total solar radiation on a horizontal plane (Isol , h), the monthly total solar radiation for each orientation (Isol); x) energy audit: technical report which identifies and quantifies the opportunities for energy savings in terms of cost-effectiveness of the intervention, identifies interventions to reduce energy costs and their return time on investments and possible improvements of the class 'building in the system of energy certification and motivation of system choices that are going to achieve. The diagnosis must cover both the building and the heating system; y) dispersions for transmission through thermal bridges: the heat losses for transmission through the thermal bridges can be calculated in accordance with current industry standards. In the absence of reliable project data or in any case of more precise information, for certain building types, the losses through the thermal bridges can be determined at a flat rate as indicated by the industry technical standards; z) the duration of the heating season: maximum duration of operation of heating systems for space heating of the environments with reference to the annual exercise period and the daily length of system activation. For all the territories of the Republic of San Marino is fixed by convention as annual period October 15, April 15, with inclusion of the beginning and end of the period; aa) building: a housing unit with its own functional autonomy, or a set of them functionally connected. For the sole purposes of this Act, means a system consisting of a building envelope that defines a defined volume space from the internal structures that share the above volume and all power equipment permanently installed in it or in its vicinity and subservient to his standard operation in relation to the intended use; the outer surface that defines a building can border on all or some of these elements: the external environment, the land, other buildings; the
It may refer to a whole building or parts thereof that building designed or altered to be used as building units in their own right. For the purposes of this Act, the buildings are classified according to their intended use in the following categories: E.1 Buildings used as residence and assimilated: E.1 (1) dwellings used as residence on a continuous basis, such as civilian homes and rural, colleges, convents, prisons and barracks; E.1 (2) dwellings used as residence with occasional jobs, such as holiday homes, weekend and the like; E.1 (3) buildings used as a hotel, pension and similar activities; E.2 Office buildings and similar: public or private, independent or contiguous to buildings equipped for the industrial or artisanal activities, provided that such buildings are separable from the thermal insulation effect; E.3 Buildings used as hospitals, clinics or nursing homes and similar: including those used for shelter or care of children or elderly and the protected facilities for the care and recovery of drug addicts and other borrowers in services public social; E.4 Buildings used for recreational activities, membership or worship and assimilated: E.4 (1) such as cinemas and theaters, meeting rooms for conferences; E.4 (2) such as exhibitions, museums and libraries, places of worship; E.4 (3) such as bars, restaurants, dance halls; E.5 Buildings used for commercial activities and similar: like shops, wholesale or retail stores, supermarkets, exhibitions; E.6 Buildings used for sports activities: E.6 (1) swimming pools, saunas and similar; E.6 (2) Gyms and similar; E.6 (3) support services for sporting activities; E.7 Buildings used for school activities at all levels and assimilated; E.8 Buildings used for industrial and craft activities and similar. By way of example, they are excluded from the application of this Act, unless the portions eventually used as offices and similar, provided that they are separable to the thermal insulation effect: pits, cellars, garages, parking garages, warehouses, seasonal providing cover sports facilities and other buildings in these comparable where it is not necessary to ensure a comfortable living. Also they excluded from the obligation of energy certification at the time of transfer of ownership: 1. the ruins, with the express declaration of the state of the building in the notarial deed of transfer of ownership; 2. properties sold in the state of "structural skeleton" that is free from all external vertical walls or building envelope elements, or "rustic", that is, lacking the finishing and the technological systems, the express declaration of the state of 'building in the notarial deed of transfer of ownership. Specific instructions for calculating the energy performance of buildings not equipped with winter heating system and / or domestic hot water production are given in Annex 5. In the case of existing buildings in which coexist description of portions which are used for different uses (residential and other uses), if it is not technically possible to deal separately with the different thermal zones, the building is assessed and classified according to the prevailing intended use in terms of the heated volume. bb) building used for public use, public use building: building in which it takes place, in whole or in part, the institutional activities of public authorities; cc) public building, public building owned: State-owned building is intended to perform the activities of an institution of the state and from other activities or uses, including that of a private residence; dd) new building: building for the realization of which the qualification required, however named, was submitted after the date of entry into force of this measure; ee) building underwent significant restructuring: existing building subject of a construction project due to the following categories, regardless of the specific definitions and the associated qualifying title must: 1. Complete renovation of building elements constituting the casing, if the existing building has a useful surface energy (see) of more than 500 square meters; 2. demolition and faithful reconstruction; ff) energy efficiency of a building: see energy performance of a building; gg) energy from renewable sources means energy from renewable non-fossil sources, namely wind, solar, aerothermal, geothermal, hydrothermal and ocean energy, hydropower, biomass, landfill gas, residual gases from purification processes and biogas; in particular, it means for:
1. aerothermal energy: the energy stored in ambient air as heat; 2. Geothermal energy: energy stored in form of heat beneath the earth's crust; 3. hydrothermal energy: the energy stored in surface water in the form of heat; 4. Biomass: the biodegradable fraction of products, waste and residues from biological origin from agriculture (including vegetal and animal substances), forestry and related industries including fisheries and aquaculture, as well as the biodegradable fraction of industrial waste and urban; hh) Primary energy: energy that has not been subject to any conversion or transformation process; ii) energy equivalence: it is assumed, by treaty, that the overall efficiency of conversion into electricity of primary energy from fossil fuel combustion is equal to 0:39. The primary energy is expressed in tonnes of oil equivalent (toe), in kilowatt hours (kWh), in megajoules (MJ), or even in m3 of methane, with the following equivalencies: 1 toe = 11628 kWh = 41868 MJ = 1212.12 m3di methane. The electricity is expressed in kilowatt hours (kWhel), or megajoules (MJel), with the following primary energy equivalence: 1. 1 toe is equivalent to 4545.45 kWhel; 2. 1 kWh is equivalent to 0:39 kWhel; 3. 1 MJ is equivalent to 0:39 MJel; 4. 9,231 MJ equals 1 kWhel; jj) operation of a heating system: it provides and coordinates activities, in compliance with the food safety requirements, to reduce energy consumption and protect the environment, related to the heating system activities, such as the operation, maintenance and control, and other operations for specific plant components; kk) annual primary energy demand for winter / summer air conditioning: the amount of primary energy demand globally, over the year, to keep in the air conditioned environments the design temperature, under continuous activation system; ll) annual primary energy demand for producing domestic hot water: the amount of primary energy demand globally, during the year, for domestic hot water consumed in the building; mm) annual primary energy demand for artificial lighting environments: primary energy demand globally, during the year, for the artificial lighting of the environments; nn) for thermal energy useful for the winter / summer air conditioning: amount of heat that must be supplied to or removed from an air-conditioned environment to maintain the desired operating temperature conditions during a given period of time; oo) for thermal energy useful for the production of sanitary hot water: thermal energy required to heat during a given period of time the amount of sanitary water provided for the standard use of a building, starting from conventional data referring to the volumes and to the input temperature and dispensing; pp) heat transfer fluid: fluid by which the thermal energy is transported within the building, the energy supplied to the boundary of the building or exported outside; qq) heat generator appliance or device that allows you to transfer, the heat transfer fluid directly to the ambient air or air-conditioned indoor water or health, the heat arising from one or more of the following ways: 1. produced by combustion; 2. proceeds from the conversion of any other form of energy (electrical, mechanical, chemical, derived from natural phenomena such as solar energy, etc.); 3. Content in a low-temperature source and retrained at a higher temperature; 4. Content in a high-temperature source and transferred to the heat transfer fluid; rr) degrees day of a location: Conventional parameter representative of local climatic conditions, used to estimate at best the energy requirements necessary to maintain the environment at a predetermined temperature; the unit of measure is the degree positioning accuracy day (DD); ss) power plant: plant or technological system stably inserted in a building complex, in a building or a part thereof, aimed at ensuring them the supply of energy services, including the relevant control systems, control, management and accounting; tt) sanitary water technological system: system of any nature or especially intended for the production of sanitary hot water service not included in the definition of thermal installations, and comprising systems of production, storage, distribution or domestic hot water. uu) heating system means technical equipment intended for winter heating and / or air conditioning in summer and / or domestic hot water, regardless of the carrier
energy used. They are not considered thermal plants systems dedicated exclusively to the production of domestic hot water at the service of individual units for residential and assimilated; vv) heating system or individual air conditioning, a heating system or air conditioning enslaved to a single real estate units, with autonomous operation; ww) heating system or central air conditioning, a heating system or air conditioning enslaved at least two units; xx) newly installed heating system is a heating system installed in a new building or a building or portion prior building without heating system; yy) index of energy performance EP: index expressing the primary energy consumption referred to the unit of gross floor area or volume, respectively, in kWh / (m2 per year) or kWh / (m3anno); zz) Energy partial EP performance index: index expressing the partial primary energy consumption referring to an individual energy use of the building (as an example: the only winter heating, summer cooling, and hot water for sanitary use , artificial lighting) compared to the unit of useful energy surface or gross volume, respectively, in kWh / (m2 per year) or kWh / (m3anno); aaa) commencement of works and completion of the work: the beginning and the end of the work, for each new building and each kind of intervention on existing buildings, with procedures and timeframes are defined by Law 87 of July 19, 1995, "Consolidated Read the planning and building ': bbb) interventions of extraordinary maintenance of the building envelope: fall within that category the working or works made with exceptional character and aimed at renew and / or replace parts and elements, opaque or transparent, vertical or horizontal , the building envelope, regardless of the specific definitions and the associated qualifying title necessary; ccc) interventions of a heating system renovation: set of works which involve the substantial modification is the production systems and distribution and emission of heat; fall into this category also the transformation of a central heating system in individual heating systems and resetting plant in individual units, or parts of buildings, in case of installation of individual heating system after loosening the plant centralized heat; ddd) building interventions: working or works that modify all or part of an existing building or that lead to the realization of a new construction; eee) building envelope: All external building structures (closures) that surround a building; fff) inspections of heating systems: interventions of technical and documentary check on the site, carried out by qualified experts appointed by the competent public authorities, aimed at verifying that the systems meet the requirements of this Act; ggg) technical room: environment used for the allocation of boilers and refrigeration equipment at the plant for summer and winter air conditioning service with its electrical and hydraulic plant complements, accessible only to the plant manager or the person delegated; hhh) refrigerating machine: in the context of a thermal plant generation subsystem, is any device (or set of devices) that allows to subtract heat to the heat transfer fluid directly to the ambient air or air-conditioned indoor also through the use of renewable energy sources; iii) maintenance of a heating system: set of remedial measures, carried out by qualified technicians operating in the market, to ensure the safety and functionality time and preserve plant performance within prescribed limits; jjj) ordinary thermal plant maintenance: operations provided in the manuals and maintenance of equipment and components that can be performed in place with instruments and equipment equipment equipment and components themselves, and involving the use of equipment and materials the current use consumption; kkk) extraordinary thermal plant maintenance: interventions to bring the operation of the system to that provided by the project and / or the current legislation by the use, in whole or in part, means, equipment, instruments, repairs, spare parts parts, repairs, overhaul or replacement of equipment or system thermal components; lll) surface mass: mass per unit surface area of ​​the opaque walls, including the mortar of the joints excluding plasters. The unit of measure is kg / m2. Is the main parameter that characterizes the dynamic behavior of the wall in relation to the
thermal wave phase shift due to solar heat input and thermal radiation. The positive effects that are obtained with the respect of adequate surface mass values ​​of the opaque walls can be achieved, alternatively, with the use of techniques and materials, also innovative, that allow to contain the oscillations of the temperature of the environment in function of 'performance of solar radiation; mmm) methodology for determining the energy performance: a set of technical procedures based on standardized criteria, in order to determine the energy performance of a building from the appropriate basic data, collected by means of an energy audit or reversed by the project, used for the purpose of issuing the certificate of qualification energy or of the energy supply; nnn) calculation model validated: the data base processing system, defined in respect of the energy performance assessment methodology stipulated by the regulations to facilitate better computing activities, the results of which were subject to a validation procedure (Control of the results) quality. The calculation model may be supported by appropriate software; ooo) occupant: anyone who, while not being the owner, has the availability, for any reason, of a building and related technology systems; ppp) Power Wall: Wall schematically in the figure; qqq) fictitious wall: Wall schematically in the figure; rrr) heat pump: machine, device or system that made an inverse thermodynamic cycle transfers heat from natural, as the air the water or the ground (or from a heat source at low temperature) to the environment in controlled temperature. For reversible heat pumps, it may also move heat from the building to the natural environment. In a heating system, it constitutes or incorporates the build system; sss) thermal bridge: thermal insulation discontinuity that may occur in correspondence to the clutches of structural elements (vertical or vertical walls, floors and walls between them); ttt) correct thermal bridge: the situation in which the thermal transmittance of the fictitious wall (the outer wall portion at the thermal bridge) does not exceed by more than 15% the thermal transmittance of the current wall; uuu) Conventional thermal power of a heat source: heat output of the furnace minus the thermal power lost to fire in continuous operation. The unit of measure is kW; vvv) thermal power of furnace of a heat generator: product of the net calorific value of the fuel used and the rate of fuel burned; the unit of measure is kW; www) useful thermal output (or useful rated power) of a heat generator: amount of heat transferred to the heat transfer fluid in the unit time (corresponding, in the case of a boiler, the thermal power of furnace decreased the thermal power exchanged by ' the generator casing with the environment and of the thermal power lost to the chimney). It must be specified and guaranteed by the manufacturer as being deliverable during continuous operation while complying with the useful efficiency indicated by the manufacturer. The unit of measure is kW; xxx) energy performance (energy efficiency or yield) of a building: an annual amount of energy actually consumed or is likely to be needed to meet the different needs associated with a standardized use of the building, including winter and summer air-conditioning, preparation hot water for sanitary purposes Toilet, ventilation and lighting. This quantity is expressed by one or more descriptors that take into account insulation, technical and installation characteristics, design and positioning in relation to climatic aspects, solar exposure and influence of neighboring structures, the existence of of its energy transformation systems and other factors, including indoor climate, that influence the energy demand; yyy) cogeneration production the sum of electricity, mechanical energy and useful heat from cogeneration zzz) energy project or building energy design: procedure that integrates the design of the building-plant system, from the preliminary design up to the elaborate executive, and includes: the selection of the most suitable solutions for the rational use of energy and reducing environmental impact (including architectural and technological characteristics of the building envelope, the characteristics of the installations
winter and summer air-conditioning, the artificial lighting systems and other electrical or energy uses obliged), verification of energy requirements, performing calculations and drawing up the reports required by current legislation on energy; yyyy) thermal plant owner an entity that is the heating system owner; in the case of buildings with central heating systems administered in the condo and in the case of persons other than natural persons to the obligations and places the owner's responsibility for what concerns the operation and maintenance of the system are intended to refer to ' director / s of the condominium; bbbb) of conventional combustion efficiency or thermal efficiency of a heat generator: ratio between the conventional heating power and the thermal power of the stove; cccc) average seasonal production efficiency: the ratio of useful thermal energy generated and fed into the distribution network and the primary energy of energy sources, including electricity, calculated by reference to the annual exercise period. For the purposes of the conversion of electrical energy into primary energy, the reference value to convert between kWh electric and MJ is defined by order of the Authority for Energy, in order to take into account average production efficiency of thermal power plants , and its subsequent updates; dddd) energy performance of a building: see energy performance of a building; eeee) average thermal plant seasonal overall efficiency: the ratio between the useful thermal energy demand for space heating and the primary energy of energy sources, including electricity for auxiliary devices, calculated by reference to the annual exercise period . For the purposes of the conversion of electrical energy into primary energy, the reference value to convert between kWh electric and MJ is defined by order of the Authority for Energy, in order to take into account average production efficiency of thermal power plants , and its subsequent updates; ffff) thermal efficiency of a heat generator: ratio between the thermal power and the power of the hearth; gggg) minimum energy performance requirements: requirements that apply to the design and implementation of construction projects with the limits and procedures specified in the Annexes of this Law; hhhh) responsible for the heating system: the occupant, in any capacity, in the case of individual residential property units; the owner, in case of individual residential property units not locate; the administrator, in the case of buildings with central heating systems managed in condominium; the owner or CEO in case of buildings owned by entities other than natural persons; iiii) responsible for the conservation and rational use of energy: technician responsible for the identification of actions, interventions, procedures and other matters necessary to promote the rational use of energy; jjjj) Solar reflectance: fraction of incident solar radiation that is directly reflected from an irradiated surface; its value ranges from 0 for a totally absorbing surface, up to 1 (or 100%), for a perfectly reflecting surface. This is a relevant characteristic for the purposes of limiting the summer solar gains through the building envelope, with the realization of the so-called "cool roofs"; kkkk) renovation of a heating system: see renovations of a heating system; llll) significant restructuring: intervention of complete refurbishment of the existing building energy usable area exceeding 500 square meters; mmmm) descriptive data sheet Building: document prepared and updated by a licensed professional, descriptive of cadastral characteristics, zoning, size and containing the particulars of the Authorizations required by zoning laws; nnnn) external shading devices: systems, applied on the outside of a transparent window area allow a variable modulation and controlled energy and bright optical parameters in response to solar stress; oooo) Conventional SCOP coefficient of average seasonal performance of the heat pumps for space heating determined under reference conditions according to EN 14825. It must be stated by the manufacturer with an explicit reference to that provision and the standard climate conditions (cold (C ), medium (a) or warm (W)) and operation (load factor a - B - C - D) considered. It is the value used for marking and product certification (nameplate data);
pppp) Operating SCOP: average seasonal performance factor of heat pumps for space heating estimated under real operating conditions according to the standard method set out in the relevant specific UNI TS 11300. This is the value used for demonstrating compliance with the requirements of under this Act; qqqq) Conventional SEER: average seasonal coefficient of performance of refrigeration equipment for summer air conditioning determined under reference conditions according to EN 14825. It must be stated by the manufacturer with explicit reference to the mentioned law and the standard climate conditions (cold (C), medium (a) or warm (W)) and operation (load factor a - B - C - D) considered. And 'the usable value for the marking and product certification (nameplate data); rrrr) SEER exercise: average seasonal coefficient of performance of refrigeration equipment for summer air conditioning estimated under real operating conditions according to the standard method set out in the relevant specific UNI TS 11300. This is the value used for demonstrating compliance with the requirements of this Act; ssss) energy services in buildings: are considered for the purposes of this Act the following services aimed at ensuring adequate comfort conditions in buildings: 1. winter air-conditioning: the supply of useful thermal energy to the rooms of the building to maintain fixed conditions of temperature and possibly within the set limits, RH; 2. domestic hot water production: supply, hygienic sanitary uses, at a predetermined temperature of hot water to the dispensing terminals of the buildings; 3. summer air conditioning: compensation of sensible and latent heat energy contributions to keep within the conditions of temperature dry bulb and relative humidity environments likely to ensure optimum comfort for the occupants; 4. Lighting: supply of artificial light when natural light is insufficient for indoor and outdoor spaces of the building relevance; tttt) of the air conditioning system: a combination of all the components necessary for an air handling system, through which the temperature is controlled or can be lowered, possibly in combination with the control of ventilation, humidity and air cleanliness; uuuu) efficient system of user (SEU): A system in which a plant producing electricity, with power not exceeding 10 MWel and total installed on the same site, powered by renewable sources or cogeneration high efficiency, even in the ownership a person other than the end customer, is directly connected, via a private link, the system for the consumption of a single end user and is realized within the property or in the full availability of the customer; vvvv) filter systems: self-adhesive polymer films applied on glass, on the inside or outside, able to modify one or more of the following characteristics of the glass surface: solar energy transmission, ultraviolet transmission, infrared transmission, visible light transmission; wwww) certifying entity: entity accredited to issue the energy performance of buildings in accordance with the provisions of this Act; xxxx) substitution of a heat generator: removal of an old generator and the installation of a new one, of not more than 10% of the thermal input to the power of the replaced generator, intended to provide thermal energy to the same utilities; yyyy) of generation subsystem: in a heating system, the section formed by the heat generators; zzzz) cooling season: year period during which there is a significant demand for energy for the cooling of the rooms; aaaaa) heating season: year period during which there is a significant demand for energy for the heating of the environment; bbbbb) covered area (Sq): projection on the horizontal plane of planivolumetrica silhouette of a building; ccccc) dispersing the surface: for the calculation of the S / V-shaped relationship building or building unit, is the area expressed in square meters that borders to the outside or to non air-conditioned environments, the gross volume of air-conditioned building or building unit; ddddd) useful energy surface: net floor area of ​​the heated zone. For the purposes of applying the provisions relating to the energy certification, it is meant to refer to the area affected by the operation of the power equipment of a building considered
for the determination of the specific energy performance index; eeeee) qualified technician: qualified party to the design of buildings and installations in the field of competences attributed to it by the current legislation and in writing to the specific professional associations and who meet the requirements of this law and subsequent decrees; fffff) district heating or district cooling: distribution of thermal energy in the form of steam, hot water or chilled liquids, from one or more production sources to a plurality of buildings through a network, for heating or cooling and for the supply of sanitary hot water of the buildings themselves; ggggg) air temperature of a room: the air temperature measured in the manner prescribed by the technical rule UNI 8364-1; hhhhh) transfer for consideration: deed of sale or exchange, and generally all acts of transfer for involving, even for undivided shares, the transfer of ownership rights or the transfer or the constitution of surface rights, usufruct, use and dwelling on real estate, including, where determine the transfer of the aforementioned rights, the sale of companies. For the purposes of this Act, shall be deemed excluded from the definition, although covering real estate subject to the regulations on energy certification: 1. The following acts and regulations: a) divisions with or without adjustment; b) in investment subsidiaries; c) mergers and splits; d) rulings of the judicial authority; e) measures and decisions of the courts, including measures taken and the decrees concerning the competition, over individual ordinary real estate transactions and tax collection, as well as concerning the criminal division and lying, and more generally any court order regarding inheritance compulsory or voluntary jurisdiction; f) of the judicial measures related to the dissolution proceedings or termination of the civil effects of marriage or legal separation between spouses; g) the legal separation between spouses verbal; 2. The following acts, provided that the buyer declares, in the very act of being already in possession of information on the energy performance of: a) transfer documents to a person who is already the holder of the right to property, usufruct, use or habitation on the property; b) transfer documents between spouses and between relatives in a straight line or related first degree; c) transfer documents relating to the dissolution proceedings or termination of the civil effects of marriage or legal separation between spouses, provided under arrangements made by the spouses in court, meaning that even the minutes of separation by mutual consent; iiiii) Thermal transmittance: heat flow that passes through a wall per m2 of wall surface and per degree centigrade (K or ° C) of difference between the internal temperature at a local and the external temperature or the adjacent space; jjjjj) average thermal transmittance: average value, weighted with respect to the gross surfaces, the transmittance of the individual components of the structure placed in parallel with each other, including the effects of linear and point thermal bridges attributable to it, if any; kkkkk) periodic thermal transmittance Yie: defined and determined according to the UNI EN ISO 13786: 2008 and subsequent amendments, or equivalent technical standards, and, in W / (m2K), is the parameter that expresses the ability of an opaque wall dephase and to mitigate the thermal flux which crosses over 24 hours; lllll) environmental unit: basic space defined, suitable to allow the carrying out of activities compatible with each other in accordance with Law 87 of July 19, 1995, "Consolidated Laws planning and building"; mmmmm) cogeneration unit: unit including all the devices to achieve the simultaneous production of heat and power; nnnnn) micro-cogeneration units: cogeneration unit with a maximum generating capacity of less than 50 kWel; ooooo) small scale cogeneration units: cogeneration units with an installed generating capacity of less than 1 MWel; ppppp) real estate units: an environmental unit capable of self-enjoyment or a set of them, functionally connected to each other in accordance with Law 87 of July 19, 1995, "Consolidated Laws planning and building." For the sole purposes of this Act, with reference to the provisions regarding the energy certification, it is the set of one or more local preordained as a self contained apartment and intended for accommodation within a building of any building type. It is assimilated to the individual
building unit the trade or craft or directional unit belonging to a building with the aforementioned characteristics; qqqqq) maximum ambient temperature: maximum temperature of the different rooms of a building unit, during the period in which it is a function of the winter air conditioning system, in compliance with the existing standards; rrrrr) nominal values ​​of power and heating system efficiencies: declared values ​​and guaranteed by the manufacturer for continuous operation; sssss) energy carrier: substance or phenomenon that can be used to produce mechanical work or heat, or to develop physical and chemical processes (fuel, electricity, etc.); ttttt) Total gross volume: volume of the solid figure above ground defined by its silhouette planivolumetrica; uuuuu) Gross heated volume: Gross heated volume of a building. For the purposes of implementing the provisions concerning the energy certificate is a reference to the volume affected by the operation of the power equipment of a building considered for the determination of the energy performance, including the building envelope elements that delimit said volume compared to 'external environment, to the ground and not air-conditioned environments, as well as compared to other buildings or building units, in the latter case by including in the gross heated volume only the portions of the elements of relevance of the building concerned; vvvvv) climate zone: subdivision of a territory as a function of the degree-days (DD) of the town, regardless of geographic location. For the Republic of San Marino will apply a subdivision in three winter climate zones (ZCI-1: GG from 2086 to 2371; ZCI-2: GG from 2372 to 2656; ZCI-3: GG from 2657 to 2940), for which a reference value of Day Degrees is located. In particular: ZCI-1: GG = 2200; ZCI-2: GG = 2500; ZCI-3: GG = 2800. In this connection see also Annex 1. zzzzz) thermal zone: part air-conditioned environment maintained at a uniform temperature through the same heating, cooling and / or ventilation. CHAPTER II MEASURES TO REDUCE ENERGY CONSUMPTION IN BUILDINGS Art.4 (Scope of law enforcement) 1. Without prejudice to the exclusions provided for in this Act, the minimum energy performance requirements for buildings and power plants in Annex 2 shall apply to the design and implementation of construction projects with the limits and procedures specified in the same Annex 2 and are: a) a complete application in the case of new buildings and equipment installed in them, total demolition and reconstruction of existing buildings, interventions integral renovation of existing surface buildings useful energy greater than 500 square meters (major renovation); b) a full application but limited only to the extension of the building in the case that the volume at a controlled temperature of the new portion of the building is higher than the 20% of that of the existing building and however in all cases in which the extension is greater than to 80 square meters; c) an application limited to compliance with specific parameters, performance levels and requirements, in the case of interventions on existing buildings that do not fall within points to the letters a) and b) above, such as: - volumetric expansion, provided that the volume at a controlled temperature the new portion of the building is not more than 20% of the existing one, and anyway in all cases in which the extension is less than 80 square meters; - Total or partial renovation of existing buildings of useful energy area not exceeding 500 square meters; - Extraordinary maintenance of the building envelope; - Recovery of the attics for intended use; - New installation or renovation of heating systems in existing buildings; - Replacement of heat generators. 2. With subsequent decrees can be changed in the attachments to this Act, on the basis of technical and scientific development, the results of the monitoring of the effectiveness of this Act for the achievement of the national energy policy objectives and in accordance with changes in the regulatory framework national and European level. 3. With subsequent decrees are subject to the general criteria, the calculation methods and minimum requirements aimed at reducing energy consumption in the summer air conditioning and lighting environments, as well as more general environmental sustainability requirements. 4. They are excluded from the application of the minimum requirements of this Act, unless the clarifications set out below, the following categories of buildings and installations:
a) Buildings in the historic centers in class restoration and remediation and properties defined cultural and artistic interest in the catalog: the requirements and measures related to energy saving shall apply only to operations which do not affect the artistic value of the building or unit concerned real estate as a result of the Commission's estimates for the Conservation of Monuments and Antiquities and Art Objects, hereinafter referred to as CCM. The design engineer will be required to submit a detailed report of each action identify any impacts that may interfere with the artistic value of the building or housing unit concerned; as a result of what the CCM, through explicit written evaluations, will declare whether or not such interventions grant and / or prescribe. b) industrial and commercial buildings, both in new construction cases than in cases of restructuring, demolition and partial or total reconstruction: the application of the requirements of this Act is limited to compliance with specific parameters, performance levels and requirements. It is independent from these requirements when the rooms are heated to the needs of the production process or by the use of waste energy in the production process not otherwise usable. c) Buildings and non air-conditioned units, both in new construction cases than in cases of restructuring, demolition and partial or total reconstruction: the application of the requirements of this Act is limited to compliance with specific parameters, performance levels and requirements, limited to the construction of the separation elements of air-conditioned areas. One ignores these requirements when the construction of the new building or the new housing unit in itself promotes the reduction of energy needs of neighboring units. d) Isolated buildings with a useful energy surface area less than 50 square meters. e) systems installed for the purpose of the production process carried out in the building, even if used, in part, not overwhelming, for typical energy uses of the civil sector, subject to compliance with planning and building standards. f) buildings and housing units intended exclusively for religious worship. Art.5 (technical documentation, certificates of permission, investigations) 1. Compliance with the mandatory minimum requirements mentioned in Annex 2 and related provisions shall apply to any operation which has been submitted request for Concession or Authorization building at a later date at the entrance into force of this Act. 2. In support of the project of support provided for in Article 4, paragraph 1, enabled the designer prepares a descriptive report of the technical characteristics of the building prepared in accordance with the diagram shown in Annex 3. 3. The descriptive data sheet building it is supplemented by the declaration of conformity of the works implemented in relation to the project and the technical report for the fulfillment of the minimum energy performance requirements set out in Annex 2 and by a certificate of qualification energy prepared in the format specified in Annex 4. L 'failure to comply with the regulations or untruthfulness of the statements referred to in this paragraph involves the application of the relevant sanctions provided for in Article 28 of this law. 4. For new buildings and for interventions on existing buildings invoked article 4, paragraph 1, lett. a) of this Law the energy qualification certificate must be drawn up with reference to building / facility as a whole system. In all other cases provided for in Article 4, paragraph 1, the certificate can also be arranged only the parts of the building or facility subject to redevelopment. 5. The certificate of qualification energy, prepared by qualified personnel, in reference to their own fields of competence and sworn by the project manager, attesting the compliance of the project and works with existing reference standards. The energy qualification certificate may be used to issue the energy certification of buildings. 6. The documents referred to in paragraphs 2 and 3 shall be kept by 'Office for Construction. To this end, the Office for Construction may take delivery of the documentation also in Computer mode. 7. The Office for Construction, also making use of experts or by outside bodies, carry out checks on the fulfillment of the minimum requirements set out in 'Annex 2. These controls may also be requested by the owner, purchaser, by the purchaser or the tenant. In this case, the cost for inspections is charged to the applicant.
8. The calculations and verifications necessary to comply with this Act shall be carried out using methods that guarantee results conform to the highest engineering standards. They are considered as meeting this requirement the technical standards established by the institutions responsible for national or European level, such as the UNI and CEN, or any other calculation methods endorsed by delegated decree. Using other methods, procedures and technical specifications were developed by independent and impartial bodies such as the Italian ENEA and CNR, it is possible to state the grounds for use in the project technical report referred to in paragraph 2, provided that the results achieved be equivalent or conservative than those obtainable with the previously said methods of calculation. 9. The scope of energy certification of buildings is as follows: a) The actions referred to in Article. 4, paragraph 1, letter a) must be equipped, at the end of the operation and care of the manufacturer, an energy performance certificate, issued by an authorized person (Chapter III). b) The energy performance certificate is mandatory, with charge to the seller, respectively, and the landlord, in the case of a transfer for consideration of the whole building and / or of individual units, and in the case of the letting of buildings and / or individual units. The energy performance certificate must be attached to the deed of sale or lease on pain of nullity of the same. c) Possession of the energy supply must be clearly expressed, to be charged to the seller or the lessor, in the case of advertisements for transfer for consideration of the whole building and / or individual units and in the case of advertisements or for rental of buildings and / or individual units. d) The certificate of energy performance of the building or building unit concerned is required to access the incentives and the benefits provided under this Act in relation to the reduction of energy consumption in buildings. e) In case of a transfer for consideration of entire buildings or individual units already equipped with energy performance certificate in accordance with the provisions under paragraphs a) and b), the certificate is attached at the time of transfer to the originals or copies authenticated. f) In the case of entire buildings or building units are already equipped with energy performance certificate lease in accordance with the provisions under paragraphs a) and b), the same is declared by the owner it delivered a copy of the original in its possession. g) The energy performance certificate has a maximum validity period of ten years since its release, and is updated each time changes within the energy performance of the building or the plant or in relation to the results of energy efficiency checks referred to in art. 6; h) The maximum validity of the provision of a building, under g, is confirmed only if they meet the requirements related to the outcomes of the energy efficiency of air conditioning systems control operations. In the event of non-compliance with the above requirements the energy performance certificate lapses on December 31 of that year. i) For purposes of subparagraph g) the energy performance certificate is updated at each major restructuring that changes the energy performance in the following terms: 1. to any remedial work of the energy performance as a result of redevelopment involving at least 25 % of the outer surface of the property; 2. to any remedial work of the energy performance as a result of redevelopment of air conditioning and hot water production systems which provide for the installation of systems with the highest seasonal average global yields of at least 5 percentage points compared to existing systems; 3. when any restructuring or replacement of parts or appliances that, subject to compliance with existing laws, can reduce the building's energy performance; 4. optionally in all other cases. l) The energy performance certificate, issued by an authorized person, includes data related to the energy efficiency of the building and its systems, the current values ​​according to the law, and reference values ​​or performance classes that allow citizens to evaluate and compare the energy performance. The certificate shall be accompanied by suggestions about the most significant and cost-effective for the improvement of the aforementioned provision, in accordance with Annex 5 of the scheme.
m) The firm shall send the Office for Housing within fifteen days following completion of the energy performance, the documentation referred to in subparagraphs a), b) and c). The Office for Construction offers a special Internet service dedicated to the insertion of data online, releasing information received. n) In public buildings or intended for public use whose useful surface Total energy exceeds 500 square meters, the energy performance certificate is made easily visible for the public in the same building to which the certificate relates. For the same buildings are clearly exposed, through the adoption of appropriate plates or other indicating devices, the membership of those buildings to the specific energy efficiency classes, the recommended temperature and actual for the interior and possibly other relevant climatic as well as the amount of gas emissions unit or total greenhouse. The Authority shall establish appropriate regulation aimed at identifying the guidelines to be followed by the users, for the proper management of public buildings or public use at obtaining an energy consumption savings resulting from winter heating and summer and consumption electrical as well as a water saving. Every office of the public and broader public sector is provided with a responsible, chosen among the employees of the same, which ensures a proper application of the guidelines above. o) The certification of individual units is effected in accordance with the provisions of Annex 6. p) are excluded from the application of the provisions on energy performance certificates referred to in this Article the categories of buildings and plants according to article . 4, paragraph 4. q) In any case, the owner or having in use a building or dwelling unit can acquire the certificate of energy performance, with burden bear in the manner prescribed by this Act. r) A goal of the energy performance certificates referred to in this law is the provision of information to stakeholders regarding the energy performance of the building (or building unit) and possible improvements, subject to any other effects resulting from these certificates and expected from any national laws. s) be bound to in letters b) and c) derogation is permitted provided that, in lieu of the energy performance, is produced by the owner or lessor special statement identifying the conventional allocation among the worst energy performance classes planned for property, that is clearly also the following text: "declared car G-class." Such a declaration shall replace the certificate referred to in subparagraph a). Excluded from waiver from the public use buildings. Article 6 (Operation and maintenance of heating systems) 1. The owner, the operator, the administration of the condominium, or a third party for them, who assumes the responsibility, maintains competency heating installations and ensures that operations are carried out control and maintenance on them according to regulatory requirements for plant safety, adopting the necessary measures to minimize energy consumption and emissions within the limits established by those regulations, correcting situations do not conform to safety standards applicable to these plants. The ordinary and extraordinary maintenance and periodic inspections of the plants is carried out by persons with the requirements of the regulations in force. 2. The operator responsible for inspection and maintenance of heating systems, performs these activities in a workmanlike manner in accordance with local regulations. The operator is obliged to draw up and sign a technical inspection report prepared in accordance with the regulations, to be issued to the person in charge referred to in paragraph 1, which subscribes to copy received ad examination. 3. The installation firms of new thermal plants or be a new heat generators technical instructions must be made available to the buyer for the use, adjustment, maintenance and periodic control of the plant, in accordance with current technical rules and instructions of the manufacturer. The operating company operates in accordance with those instructions. 4. Where the instructions set out in the previous paragraph are no longer available, the control operations and eventual maintenance of the equipment and devices that are part of the system must be carried out in accordance with the instructions for the specific model,
drawn up by the manufacturer in accordance with current legislation. 5. The monitoring operations and maintenance of the plant and equipment and devices that are part of the same, for which they are not available or not even available to the manufacturer's instructions, should be performed according to the requirements and with the frequency established by the UNI and CEI for the specific element or type of appliance or device. 6. In the event that the operator in charge of the control and maintenance of the heating system does not detect the availability of technical instructions for the operation, maintenance and control of the plant, he must, as part of the service relationship, obtain a copy of these instructions for the specific device model at the company installer or the manufacturer. This information must be kept by the person responsible referred to in paragraph 1. In any case the control operations and any maintenance of combustion thermal plants will have to be carried out, unless otherwise more restrictive and the manufacturer, with the minimum frequencies required by current regulations in the field of plant safety. For kinds of combustion heating system, for which the minimum frequencies are not defined by specific legislation on the safety of the plants and unless otherwise more restrictive and the manufacturer, the following deadlines must be met: a) each year, usually at the beginning of the heating season, for plants using liquid or solid fuel, regardless of the power or powered by natural gas, LPG or other similar gas rated power of the fireplace greater than or equal to 116 kW that is powered by natural gas, LPG or other similar gases, open fireplace installed in living areas; b) every four years for all other installations. 7. Energy efficiency audits may be conducted during the maintenance of the plant and, in any case, with the minimum frequencies laid down therein. The controls of the emission values ​​with data on the energy performance highlighted are considered equivalent to the energy efficiency checks. 8 In the case of installation of new thermal plants or restructuring of existing installations to be made on energy efficiency testing. The dates on which such checks are carried are reference for the respect of the minimum frequency referred to in paragraph 6. 9. On the occasion of interventions that are not included among those referred to in paragraphs 7 and 8, but sufficient to alter the combustion mode , the good rule of the art of maintenance provides that they shall be appropriate examinations using special measuring equipment to check the functionality and efficiency of the system. The dates on which such checks are carried are reference for the respect of the minimum frequency referred to in paragraph 6. 10. The combustion efficiency, recorded during the checks referred to in the preceding paragraphs, measured at the maximum effective thermal output of the furnace in normal operating conditions, in compliance with technical standards UNI in force, must not be less than the limits set out in Annex 8 of this Act. The tables of minimum returns eligible provided for in section 3 of Appendix E referred to 'Articles. 1 and 10 of Delegated Decree 114 of August 4, 2008, are hereby amended and supplemented by Annex 8 of this Act. 11. The heat generators for which, during the control operations have been detected combustion efficiency below the limits specified in Annex 8, must be brought back to the minimum returns within 180 days from the date of control. If you can not deviate from these values ​​through the intervention of the maintenance, the device can not be kept in operation. 12. The Congress of State, after consulting the Authority, it takes measures to guide and coordinate the tasks entrusted to the tax bodies of compliance with the requirements for energy performance of buildings. The Authority shall adopt guidelines for the proper operation and maintenance of heating systems. The Office for Construction in collaboration with other offices and public sector entities expanded, provides and updates the forms of verification and control of heating systems in accordance with the provisions of this Article. 13. A specific regulation issued by the Authority, after consultation with the Office for Construction and the AASS, are covered: - the establishment of the cadastre of air conditioning systems; - The methods of transmission and storage of data relating to facilities, maintenance and combustion ratios;
- Checks, inspections and inspection and maintenance of energy-efficient controls. Art. 7 (National Information System San Marino on energy efficiency of buildings) 1. The Authority, using AASS, the Office for Building and UPA promotes, by the end of 2014, the establishment of an information system San Marino's national energy efficiency of buildings in particular aimed at achieving the following objectives: a) simplification and acceleration of administrative procedures governing the relationships between private individuals and the public administration in relation to the acts referred to in this law, including through the use of IT tools; b) training programs and intervention projects in the field of efficient use of energy promoted by the Republic of San Marino, also to enable the recognition of the benefits obtained and converting them in the manner provided by law; c) homogenizing the San Marino territory of ways and structures and technical bodies responsible, in relation to the supervisory tasks and check compliance with the relevant requirements for the energy performance of buildings, with reference to the different phases of design, execution, operation, control and maintenance of buildings and installations installed in them; d) monitoring the effectiveness of public policies of intervention in favor of energy conservation. 2. The AASS makes available to the Authority, and by 28 February each year, the data in its possession relevant setting up of the national information system of San Marino. Art. 8 (Support measures and interventions on buildings) 1. The Authority, using AASS, Office for Construction and UPA, in relation to the reduction targets of greenhouse gas emissions and polluting and energy-saving, efficient use energy and development of renewable sources: a) promotes applied research as well as experimental and demonstration activities for the development of energy efficient and environmentally friendly buildings, including through the signing of agreements with organizations and research institutes, universities, enterprises sector; b) promotes and disseminates the development and qualification of energy audits and services relating to the energy end-use efficiency, in accordance with Directive 2012/27 / EU since the public buildings in lower efficiency; c) promote active and intervention programs for the diffusion of energy-efficient, with priority to the rehabilitation of public buildings, ensuring that the intervention mechanisms and incentives are used in synergy with state resources and that the benefits in terms of reducing energy consumption are also adequately valued in terms of reducing greenhouse gas emissions; d) shall exercise the functions of assessment and verification of compliance with this law on the containment of energy consumption in buildings and operation and maintenance of air conditioning systems; e) promotes awareness campaigns and orientation of end-users about the technology and how to reduce energy consumption in buildings and pollutant emissions linked to energy systems installed in them; f) it promotes training programs for public and private operators in charge of the design, installation, operation, maintenance, inspection and certification of buildings and facilities; g) promotes the revision of existing regulatory tools to ensure access to simplified procedures related to energy saving measures authorization and empowerment and development of renewable sources in buildings; h) promotes access to useful information to end users, including through the web, where you can get tips on energy efficiency improvement measures, comparative profiles of energy utilities, performance specifications of equipment and systems that use energy. 2. The Office for Construction and the UPA promote information and support in order to ensure access to energy audit quality services and competitive in terms of pricing, in identifying measures to improve more effective energy efficiency, in a cost-benefit balance. 3. The Authority shall contribute, by making use of relevant departments, to ensure that the public housing park can play an exemplary role in achieving the targets for energy savings and development of renewable sources. To this end, in consultation with all stakeholders, identify and promote measures and the most effective interventions for restructuring
of buildings and can generate the largest energy savings in the shortest span of time with optimal use of public resources including through the means of intervention provided for in Directive 2006/32 / EC. 4. In the measures referred to in the previous paragraph shall be taken into account the following: a) the formulation of guidelines which may render appreciable achieving the energy-efficiency objectives and enhancement of renewable sources in tenders for the supply of goods and services on behalf of the Public Administration, with the obligation to buy plant and equipment based on specific energy efficiency standards; b) the promotion and deployment of energy audits of public buildings. To this end, for interventions on existing public buildings, referred to in paragraph 1 of Article 4 of this Act, it is mandatory, in order to obtain the authorization title, the drafting of an energy audit; c) the exchange of best practices between public sector bodies, including through IT tools; d) the promotion of the San Marino National plaque energy quality to settle with subsequent decrees. 5. The AASS, in implementation of Article 6, paragraph 1, of Directive 2006/32 / EC: a) provide the Authority, or UPA, information on consumption of different types of users; such information is aimed to set up a national information system of San Marino and implement improvements in the energy efficiency programs and to promote and monitor energy services and other energy efficiency improvement measures; b) it promotes any activity aimed at developing the demand and the provision of energy services to improve energy efficiency. 6. The Authority, through to the UPA, promotes understanding with all stakeholders, and in particular with associations and professional bodies, to pursue the purposes of this Act, with particular reference to the promotion of training programs for technicians, to carry out information campaigns and public awareness, to putting energy improvement projects of the territorial housing stock since the public buildings, assessing the impact on the end-intent in terms of bureaucracy, costs, usability and homogeneous geographical spread services rendered. Art.9 (acoustic performance of building structures) 1. The requirements for noise performance of horizontal and vertical building structures delimiting the buildings and units limited to parts of the building envelope which separate the interior from the external spaces are defined and regulated in the 'Annex 11 to the present law. 2. With delegated decree defines the characteristics of isolation, transmission and acoustic absorption of interiors for buildings and units as well as the procedures and verification requirements of the aforementioned criteria. CERTIFYING ENERGY CHAPTER III - REGISTRY OF CERTIFYING ENERGY - UNITA 'ORGANIZATION DEDICATED incentives ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND THE USE OF RENEWABLE ENERGY Art.10 (Subjects accredited certification) 1. A figure of Energy Certification (CE), intended as a technical expert in energy construction, thermal plants and the use of renewable and similar energy sources, enabled through special training to perform the activities and verification and control functions provided by this Chapter. 2. The conduct of the activities mentioned in the previous paragraph are only allowed to the technicians enrolled in a special register. 3. The establishment of the Energy Certification Register (EC), the professional qualifications and training required for the achievement of the EC title and registration in the Register referred to in the previous paragraph are regulated by the provisions of this Chapter . 4. The Energy Certification (CE), verify compliance with the regulations of the energy performance requirements of a building or building unit using a standardized calculation procedure in which one or more descriptors and by carrying out on-site inspections. 5. The energy performance certificate is made by the EC independently. 6. The parties involved in the energy certification procedure must ensure independence of judgment and impartiality through the absence of conflict of interest in relation to the property, design, construction, operation and administration building and its systems subservient to it. Art.11 (the Energy Certification Register) 1. You set up the Energy Certification Register.
2. The Registry of Energy Certification is divided into the following two sections: a) qualified technicians, individuals or associations, members of the Chamber or the Professional College of competence, possess at least one of the following titles: - specialist or master degree in engineering, architecture, environmental sciences, - an undergraduate degree in engineering, architecture, environmental sciences, - diploma in surveying or industrial expert; b) engineering company equipped with skilled technicians who meet the requirements referred to in subparagraph a); energy service companies with qualified technicians who meet the requirements referred to in subparagraph a); public agencies, public bodies with qualified technicians who meet the requirements referred to in subparagraph a); inspection bodies, public and private, equipped with skilled technicians who meet the requirements referred to in subparagraph a), accredited Accredia or in other equivalent subject at national and European level on the basis of the UNI CEI EN ISO / IEC 17020 in the field "construction and related systems"; certification bodies, public and private, equipped with skilled technicians who meet the requirements referred to in subparagraph a), accredited to the Accredia or at other entity equivalent in national and European level on the basis of the standards EN 45011 in the "certification industry energy efficiency of buildings. "3. the energy Certification Register is kept at the Office for Construction that will ensure its maintenance and updating as approved by the Authority for Regulating public Services and energy (Authority) . the register is public. 4. the provisions relating to arrangements for the keeping and updating of the Energy Certification Register, the rules concerning the documentation to be produced and the procedures to be observed in the implementation of the following articles as well as the implementing regulations are dictated by 'Authorities with specific resolutions or through its regulations. Art.12 (Enabling and inclusion in the Energy certification Register) 1. Approval of the exercise of the EC is prepared by the Authority upon application by the which presents all 'Office for Construction same special application include documentation certifying that they meet the following requirements: a) residence in the territory of the Republic of San Marino; b) possession of civil rights; c) absence of convictions become final relating to: 1) crimes for which has been imposed the penalty of imprisonment and / or interdiction from public offices and services or from a profession or an 'art for a period exceeding two years ; 2) crimes against the public administration, against public justice, against public faith, against the public economy and against property; d) have one of the following qualifications: 1) or master degree in engineering degree, architecture, environmental science; 2) an undergraduate degree in engineering, architecture, environmental science; 3) diploma in surveying or industrial expert; e) exam provided for in Article 14; f) no ownership of pension from mandatory public pension system. 2. Following a favorable decision, the Office for Construction shall register the appropriate section of the Energy Certification Register of persons entitled referred to in Article 11, paragraph 2, letter a). 3. The Office for Construction shall register the appropriate section of the Energy Certification Register of persons entitled referred to 'article 11, paragraph 2, letter b) and that produce documentation certifying that they meet the following requirements a) established in the territory of the Republic of San Marino; b) registration of businesses set up at the Chamber of Commerce of the Republic of San Marino; c) operating license on or, for public sector entities, established competence by law or decree providing for the possibility to carry out the energy certification activities; d) have at least one person, employee, or holder of an operating license, enrolled in the section of the Energy Certification Register provided for in Article 11, paragraph 2, letter a). 4. In the event that the energy certification activity is carried out by business and if there is no coincidence between the persons indicated below, the subject of sworn documents and signing by the EC are signed only by the holder of the license d 'financial or legal representative of the company, also the employee entered in the Register of Energy Certification in the section referred article 11, paragraph 2, letter a). 5. The enrollment practices shall be lodged with the Office for Construction.
6. The names of the Energy Certification, already qualified as provided for by the previous legislation, are placed in law by the Office for the Construction of Energy Certification Register. 7. Each Roll or Professional College provides for the keeping of a list that identifies professionals possess to pursue the EC. 8. Each Roll or Professional College must send every six months to the Authority for Regulating Public Services and Energy, the Office for Construction and the Chamber of Commerce the list referred to in paragraph 7. Art. 13 (Inclusion of non-residents and companies established outside the territory) 1. on a positive opinion of the Authority, the Office for Building Certifiers enrolled in the registry, in specific sub-sections: a) parties under art. 11, paragraph 2, letter a), non-residents who have the following requirements: 1) CE certification in other states or regions with which there is reciprocal treatment, or enrollment in the appropriate sections for non-residents of the registers San Marino and overcoming examination referred to in Article 14; 2) sustaining successful, by the freelancer or employee or holder of the license, the conversation tended to test knowledge of the legislation of San Marino on promotion and encouragement of energy efficiency of buildings and the use of renewable energies in civil and industrial applications. The interview referred to in this letter is supported forward to the Commission referred article 14, paragraph 3, in the framework of the sessions held in mind paragraph 4 of article 14 thereof; b) the subjects foreseen in article 11, paragraph 2, letter b), which are not established in the territory of the Republic of San Marino, which meet the following requirements: 1) registration of businesses set up at the Institute of the State or the region of origin; 2) have at least one person, employee or licensee, writing in the subsection referred to in subparagraph a) or section provided in Article 11, paragraph 2, letter a). In any case it is necessary to support the evaluation of the knowledge of the San Marino legislation referred to in subparagraph a). Art.14 (Examination for entry in the Energy Certification Register) 1. The persons referred to in Article 11, paragraph 2, letter a) wishing to enroll in the Energy Certification Register must pass an examination of verification of theoretical knowledge the candidate and his ability to apply them practically, in the following matters: a) regulatory framework on energy certification; b) foundations of thermodynamics; c) the heat transfer fundamentals; d) thermal losses of the building envelope; e) calculation of thermal requirements for a building; f) thermal comfort; g) heating systems; h) energy audits to investment valuations; i) thermal measurements in the field; l) renewable sources; m) of energy recovery criteria; n) co-generation and innovative system solutions; o) use of calculation programs for energy certification. 2. The examination referred to in paragraph 1 consists of: a) the written admission test and subsequent oral exam for applicants referred to in paragraph 5, letter b); b) oral exam for applicants referred to in paragraph 5, letter a), whose experience requirements are preliminarily evaluated by the Admissions Committee for admission examination itself. 3. The final evaluation of the candidates is left to a Board of Examiners composed of: a) a Commissioner appointed by the Secretary of State for the Land and the Environment, as President. The said Commissioner is appointed among the teachers of the referred to in paragraph 5 training course, letter a); b) a commissioner appointed jointly by the Association of Engineers and Architects, by the College of Surveyors and the College of Industrial Experts to be chosen among members of the Energy Certification Register; c) a Commissioner appointed by the Department of Land and Environment with proven expertise in energy efficiency and energy saving. 4. The Department of Land and Environment, taking advantage of the Office for Construction, feel the Order of Engineers and Architects, the College of Surveyors, the College of Industrial Experts, and the Secretariat of State for the Land and the Environment, index consideration for inclusion in the Energy Certification Register. The Office for Construction performs secretarial functions useful to the publication and dissemination of the examination date, the place and the period within which the parties will have to submit an application. Applications must be submitted to the Office for Construction.
5. They can take the examination under paragraph 1, candidates who meet the following alternative requirements: a) candidates who have participated, with a minimum frequency requirement, a course for the formation of the EC Figure organized by the University studies of the Republic of San Marino or the Vocational Training Centre; b) applicants who provide proof, in producing appropriate documentation, to have extensive expertise least annually in the following fields: thermal insulation building design, the design of air conditioning systems and the enhancement of renewable sources in buildings, design of improvement measures the energy performance of buildings, energy audits, energy effectiveness management. 6. Limited to interventions to improve energy efficiency of buildings subject to incentives from the state, the EC will be required to obtain specific skills for energy audits of buildings. In this regard, the Department of Land and Environment, making use of the 'Office for' Construction, will organize special supplementary training courses. The procedures for verification of the skills acquired by the EC in the field of energy audit of the buildings will be assessed by analogy with the provisions of the preceding paragraphs 2,3,4. 7. Enabling the energy audit is prepared by the Authority upon application by the which has a special application to the Office for Construction itself include documentation certifying the possession of the skills acquired. 8. On the positive opinion of the Authority, the Office for Construction records enabling the energy audit of the energy involved in the certification of the Certification Register. Art.15 (Suspension from the register) 1. The Office for Construction, at the Authority's disposal, orders the suspension from joining the Energy Certification Register of persons who: a) if enrolled in the section referred to in Article .11, paragraph 2, letter a), are called to hold public functions for which provision is incompatible with any professional activity. If the occurrence of such cases the loss of the requirement under art.12 paragraph 3, letter d), even the undertaking concerned is suspended by the relevant section of the Certification Register; b) if enrolled in section of article 11, paragraph 2, letter a), it is in a state of disqualification from public office or profession or arts. If the occurrence of such cases the loss of the requirement under art.12, paragraph 3, letter d), even the undertaking concerned is suspended by the relevant section of the Certification Register; c) are repeat offenders in the commission of violations of this Act and its implementing decrees. 2. Subscribers to the Energy Certification Register may, by making a request to the Office for Construction, the voluntary suspension from the Register for a period not exceeding one year. 3. The measure of suspension, which may not last longer than two years, is motivated and notified to the person concerned. 4. Decisions of 'Authority may be challenged by the parties concerned, within the deadline of thirty days from receipt of the notice, before the Administrative Judge, pursuant to Law 68 of June 28, 1989. 5. The measures shall be notified by the Office for Construction informing stakeholders and keeps the list updated as a result of the suspension. Art.16 (approval and removal from Registry Revocation) 1. The Office for Construction, at the Authority's mandate, has registered the cancellation in the Register of Energy Certification of persons who: a) have been revoked the entitlement to due to the loss of the qualifications referred to in Article 12; b) are repeat offenders in the commission of the violation of this Act and its implementing decrees. 2. The cancellation decision is motivated and notified to the person concerned. 3. Decisions of the Office for Building, may be challenged by the parties concerned, within the deadline of thirty days from receipt of the notice, before the Administrative Judge, pursuant to Law 68 of June 28, 1989. 4. The measures shall be notified by the Office for Construction, which informs the parties concerned and shall update the register as a result of the cancellation. Art.17 (Reinstatement) 1. Persons deleted from the Energy Certification Register can be re-entered if three years have elapsed from the date of adoption of the measure and, if the cancellation has taken place over the loss of the requirement under art.12 , paragraph 1, letter c), was handed rehabilitation judgment. Art. 18
(Organizational units responsible for the encouragement of energy efficiency and use of renewable energies) 1. The organizational units responsible for enforcement of this law are the Office for Construction and Environmental Prevention Office referred to respectively 'Article 32 and Article 35 of Annex A to Law 188 of December 5, 2011. As part of the duties specified in Article 32 of Annex A to the Law no.188 / 2011 regarding the certification of management and control procedures and energy certification, the Office for Construction performs the following activities: a) manage and control energy processes through the creation and updating of a "digital archive" (San Marino's national information system on energy efficiency in buildings); b) examine the responsibility practices submitted to the Authority, and provide the same authority the necessary technical support; c) coordinate and control the actions of its energy characteristics and energy audits in buildings and on heating systems in order to carry out the assessment, inspection and control in relation to publicly owned buildings; d) conduct inspections on construction sites in order to check the construction of the intervention according to the documentation, the statements and the Claims filed at the same service; e) ensure that violations of this law and apply the sanctions under the procedure of the same; f) take the evidence of failure sworn by the EC and the disputed report drawn up by the EC and adopts the resulting measure of suspension of work; g) ensure the proper execution of assistance prescribed by the Authority to supervision; h) to promote training courses for certifiers and private operators involved in the construction process for the improvement of professional skills related to energy performance in the various stages of design, implementation and management of the buildings themselves, as well as to promote the dissemination of qualified diagnostic services, certification and improvement of energy efficiency, according to the minimum requirements specified by regulations of 'Authority. 2. As part of the duties specified in Article 35 of Annex A to the Law no.188 / 2011 regarding the promotion of the use of renewable energy and energy saving in the property sector and to public facilities, the UPA It performs the following activities: a) manage the technical documentation on the plants powered by renewable energy; b) manage and educate incentive applications for plants from RES and authorize the granting of its incentives; c) inform users about the incentives and possibilities for reducing consumption and emissions and promote initiatives aimed at the exploitation of renewable energy sources; d) support users in the evaluation of their CO2 emissions; e) instruct the responsibility practices submitted to the Authority, and provide the same authority the necessary technical support; f) verify the proper execution of assistance prescribed by the Authority to work management. g) ensure the management and maintenance relating to thermal plants to renewable energy, installations of public illumination and to owned vehicles most excellent room; h) inform users on technological innovations for energy efficiency, renewable energy and the possibility of fuel consumption and emissions; i) I organize the preparation and presentation to the Office for Construction of practices related to energy procedures of publicly owned buildings and carry out energy audits for existing buildings in public ownership. 3. As part of the definition of the role profiles and the need referred to the no.188 / 2011 Law Title V professional features are identified, the qualifications, the degree of professionalism, autonomy and responsibility and the extent of necessary resources, within the framework of the aforementioned two organizational units, to perform the tasks respectively in the above paragraphs 2 and 3. 4. Until startup of the Office for Construction, the activities referred to in paragraph 2 top as well as all those provided for in this law in chief at the Office for Construction shall be conducted by Planning - Procedures Management Service Energy (GPE) in accordance with Article 16, paragraph 3 of law 72 of 7 May 2008 and from 'Article 10, paragraph 4 of the Chief Executive Decree 127 of 21 September 2009 and pursuant to the Regulations may be adopted by the Authority in mind the upper article 2, paragraph 1, letter g).
5. Until the start of the UPA, the activities referred to in paragraph 3 and all higher than established under this law in chief UPA were held by the Counter for Energy referred to in Article 29 of Law No 7 May 2008 .72 and the Chief Executive Decree 91 of June 25, 2009. 6. The functions and activities provided in-Chief Office for Building and the UPA, respectively, in Articles 32, paragraph 2, letters d) and e) and 35, paragraph 2, letters d), e) and f) Annex A of Law no.188 / 2011 and respectively from the upper section 2 and 3, can be modified by delegated decree. CHAPTER IV TRANSFER NETWORK OF ELECTRICITY PRODUCED FROM RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES (RES) CO-GENERATION HIGH PERFORMANCE Art. 19 (network Sale of electricity from renewable energy sources and high efficiency cogeneration) 1. For the purposes of this Chapter shall apply the following definitions: a) the energy transfer system (Ep) consists of the acquisition by dell'AASS electricity produced at a rate (in € / kWh) determined by the Authority for Regulating public Services and Energy; b) Ec is the energy transferred on the network; c) the nominal power of a production plant is the power resulting from the arithmetic sum of the nominal powers of the electric generators of the plant intended for the production of electrical energy or the peak power of each photovoltaic module forming part of the said plant; d) the delivery point is the border point (physical or conventional) between the network of the network operator and the system of which it is measured the input power and levied on the public network; e) the applicant is the subject that requires the connection of a plant powered by renewable sources or high-efficiency cogeneration that it owns or has the availability; f) The balance is the difference between the input power and the electricity taken at the delivery point; g) the trade regime in place is the service provided dall'AASS it is to work a balance between the electricity fed into the grid by power plants and the electricity taken from the grid. 2. This Chapter defines the technical and economic conditions, relating to the sale and exchange of energy with the electricity system, electricity generation plants from renewable energy sources (RES) and high-efficiency cogeneration. the sale of electricity to third parties is not allowed and you can give in such energy exclusively to one dell'AASS Art mains. 20 (connection request procedure) 1. The connecting criteria of power plants power to the LV distribution network (low voltage) Unit of the Autonomous State for public Services are contained in the Technical Regulations to be issued by dell'AASS The Applicant has requested through a special form prepared dall'AASS. In the event that the connection request is for a production plant with a power rating over 500 kW you will have to follow the additional instructions in the aforementioned Technical Regulations. Once enacted, the Technical Regulations mentioned above will be published on the site dell'AASS. The AASS evaluates the documentation referred to in paragraph 1 and communicate compliance or deviation from the upper Technical Regulations within 30 days of its receipt. If the AASS considers non-compliant project, inform the Applicant of the additions or corrections to be made. In the event that the rated power in electricity production is higher than 20 kW, the expenses for the execution of any ancillary works required to connect to the public network are the responsibility of the subject Applicant that, for the purposes of implementation and management of the aforementioned systems, it must be in possession of economic operator code. For this purpose, the AASS making the budgeting of such works and informs the Applicant within 60 days of receiving the request. At the end of proceedings, the applicant shall submit a copy of the Financial Regulations and a copy of the Declaration of Conformity using the appropriate forms attached to the Technical Regulations mentioned in the previous paragraph of this Article. The AASS, having fulfilled the examinations under Technical Regulation and its annexes, making the connection of the production plant to the public grid. The AASS notify the Immigration Office for Energy of compliance and of completion of the plant connection and sends the same in digital form the relevant project documentation. Art.21 (electricity produced Measurement) 1. AASS is responsible for installing and maintaining the equipment
as well as the detection and recording of measures relating to the production of electricity. 2. The AASS prepares a section on its website where the user can view the status of consumption and production of electricity, limited to areas where remote sensing service is active. If the Company finds it impossible to proceed with the remote reading, the meter readers dell'AASS will conduct a semi-annual home monitoring of produced power indicated by the meter. Art.22 (Net metering) 1. For the purposes of calculating the balance referred to in art.19, paragraph 1, letter g) the Applicant may obtain, as a function of applied tariffs, the balance between the energy input and undifferentiated that was withdrawn. The input electrical energy is a carbon credit from which to deduct the tax on the basis of the billing period. If the billing period, the balance is positive, the excess electricity produced is carbon credit to be used within one calendar year. The electricity produced by inmate facility from an energy company is recorded on the user refers to the point of connection of the said plant. 2. The net metering system is obtainable for the share of electricity produced from high-efficiency cogeneration plants which meet the technical requirements of Annex 10. When designing the plants in question must be carried out on the basis of ' analysis of actual loads of users and must be proven that is not dissipated in any way thermal energy. This documentation must be provided to 'UPA that requires binding opinion to the Authority for the evaluation of the same in order of approval. For cogeneration plants in industrial approval it is decided by the Authority following the adoption of delegated decree setting out rules, limits and technical requirements of planning and execution also in order to achieve the objectives of containment of greenhouse gas emissions and polluting and energy-saving, efficient use of energy and respect for high acoustic standards. Art. 23 (Disposal of produced energy) 1. The Authority shall, after consultation dell'AASS, defines its constitution and in December for the following years, the transfer rate (Tc), expressed in € / kWh , produced electrical energy (Ep) as a function of the electrical energy supply cost. The Ec is calculated for each charging period and is the difference between the electricity produced and consumed in that time frame. 2. By order issued modalities will be defined by the Authority, the timing and conditions for the provision of credit (C), determined by the following formula: C = Ec x Tc. The electricity produced by inmate facility from an energy company is recorded on the user refers to the same system and the credit point of connection is assigned to the user relative. Art. 24 (Fees for connection and installation services of measuring instruments) 1. The provisions of this Article shall apply to electricity production plants from renewable sources or high-efficiency cogeneration of power rating not exceeding 20 kWel . The Authority defines the Single Tariff for renewable sources, which is the only cost to be incurred by the Applicant for connection and installation of measuring instruments in a way that costs do not constitute a deterrent than the installation of technologies production of electricity from renewable sources. The costs necessary dall'AASS than this value will be filled by drawing on the budget chapter 2-5-6435 "Fund for interventions aimed at energy saving, water, the production of energy from renewable sources and control of pollution sources." The costs borne by AASS for exchange services on site and the selling will be filled by drawing on the same fund referred to in the previous paragraph. If it proved necessary to adapt the existing power line, the cost of this operation was due to the same fund as defined in the preceding paragraph, based on the estimates produced dall'AASS CHAPTER V MEASURES TO REDUCE WATER CONSUMPTION FOR USE TOILET SANITARY Art.25 (Installation of devices for the regulation of the flow of the taps, showers and outlet boxes) 1. At the end of the reduction of the consumption of drinking water, it is mandatory the use of devices for adjusting the flow of water by flushing cisterns for toilets that, according to the needs
specific, allowing alternatively: a) the continuous adjustment, during the discharge phase, the discharged volume of water; b) the adjustment, before discharge, of at least two different volumes of water: the first between 6 and 9 liters and the second between 3 and 5 liters. 2. The obligation referred to in the previous paragraph concerns the construction of toilets in new buildings under article 4, paragraph 1, letter a) and the construction or improvement and / or renovation of new toilets in buildings and existing housing units provided in art.4, paragraph 1, letter b). 3. For the same purposes of consumption of the containment of water resources, it is, also, the mandatory installation of flow reducers for taps and showers which allow a maximum flow rate of 9 liters per minute at a pressure of 3 bar. Art.26 (Supply of outlet boxes with gray water) 1. At the end of the reduction of the consumption of drinking water, is stimulated, the adoption of systems that allow the feeding of the outlet boxes with the gray water from drains washing machines, sinks, bidets, bathtubs and showers. 2. The systems set out in paragraph 1 have the following requirements: a) enable the feeding of flushing cisterns with gray water from washing machines drains, sinks, bidets, bathtubs and showers, suitably treated to prevent clogging of boxes and pipes and the spread of odors and pathogens; b) collection of current and accumulation of waste water ensure a recovery of water from drains of washing machines, sinks, bidets, bathtubs and showers at least 70%, for new buildings and at least 50% for interventions on buildings and existing housing units that provide for the construction or improvement of sanitary facilities; c) are designed filters that guarantee hygienic characteristics corresponding to the levels of water quality agreed with the Department Prevention (DP), which acts to make them compatible use within the building or in its outdoor appliances; d) the water system thus formed can not be connected to the normal water supply. Are provided for the dual network terminals, excluding toilets, suitable measures to prevent misuse (color, shape, position) and its outlets have labeled "non-potable water". 3. The system proposed is approved in the project by the Department of Prevention (DP) which gives it next to the Office for Construction. 4. Copy of the created system diagram, signed by the designer and performer, is delivered by them to the owner of the property and, in digital format, to 'Office for Building that takes care of the filing. 5. The sanitary requirements of gray water and its authorization and sanction procedure are governed by delegated decree. Art.27 (Use of rainwater) 1. At the end of the reduction of the consumption of drinking water, especially with regard to the irrigation of the appurtenant green, the cleaning of courtyards and passages and the car wash, all the buildings or building units of new construction with a greater than 100 m2 covered area, are equipped with a system of collection and accumulation for the collection of rainwater of not smaller than 4 m3 per 100 m2 of the total area of ​​coverage, up to a maximum binding of 15 m3 . 2. The system of collection and accumulation is equipped with a filtering system for water inlet, overflow siphon connected to the drain for draining any excess water and suitable pumping system to deliver water to the pressure required for the uses above. 3. The water system thus formed can not be connected to the normal water supply. Provision is also made for the dual network terminals, excluding toilets, suitable measures to prevent misuse and its outlets have labeled "non-potable water". 4. Copy of the created system diagram, signed by the designer and performer, is delivered by them for the property owners and, in digital format, the Office for Construction which handles archiving. 5. For the purpose of reducing the consumption of drinking water, is encouraged the adoption of systems and installations for the treatment, recycling and reuse of water for car washes and mechanical workshops or other activities which involve high water consumption. CHAPTER VI SANCTIONS Art. 28 (Sanctions and procedure for applying penalties) 1. Infringements of the provisions of this Act and the implementing decrees the following sanctions shall apply: a) The designers of the projects which are, as a result of verification, control or not inspection
meet the legal limits are punished with an administrative penalty of € 10.00 for each m2 of usable energy a building or building unit concerned, with a minimum of € 2,000.00. The Office for Construction shall, if the case, suspension of the offender from the Energy Certification Register for a period from three months to twelve months depending on the severity and the possible recurrence, notifying the Order or the Professional College competent. b) The Director of the shipyards jobs that are a result of verification, monitoring or inspection do not meet the limits of the law shall be punished with an administrative penalty of € 10.00 for each m2 of usable energy a building or building unit concerned with minimum of € 4,000.00. c) The Energy Certification that does not check that the procedures and projects with the requirements of this Act or who falsely certifies the compliance of the works shall be punished with an administrative penalty of € 10.00 for each m2 of useful energy building area real estate unit concerned with the minimum of € 5,000.00. The Office for Construction provides for the suspension of the offender from the Energy Certification Register for a period from three months to twelve months depending on the severity and the possible recurrence, notifying the Order or competent Professional College. The right to voluntary settlement referred to in Article 33 first paragraph, letter a) of Law 68 of June 28, 1989 is allowed through the payment of half of the sentence imposed, except in the case of recurrence. The penalties referred to in this Article shall be updated by proper delegated decree. 2. Following the assessment of the infringements referred to in the preceding paragraph by the Office for Building, the Office Manager warning the offender to regularize its position within a period not exceeding two months which may be extended in case of justified reasons related to the particular complexity of the operation. 3. After the period of adjustment mentioned in the notice without the offender has taken steps to comply with the requirements given to him, the Office Manager for the Construction imposes the fine and, in proper cases, order the suspension of work. 4. The measures listed above state the reasons underlying the adoption of the same and are communicated to the addressee by registered letter with acknowledgment of receipt. 5. Until startup of the Office for Construction and in accordance with article 18, paragraph 5, warnings and sanctions set out respectively on the upper section 2 and 3 as well as the suspension of work measures referred the upper paragraph 1 and the following Article 29, paragraph 5 shall adottatati from the Office Manager City Planning at the proposal of the GPE Service Manager. Following the opening of the Office for Construction, the aforesaid measures shall be adopted by the Office Manager at the proposal of the head of the field of management in charge, control and verification of the attestation energy certification procedures. Art.29 (control and verification of energy interventions in buildings and on thermal systems) 1. The control and verification of the interventions in buildings and on thermal systems under this Act are coordinated and controlled by the Office for Housing . The controls and audits are designed to audit and / or test the energy performance of buildings and the heating systems, also in relation to the possible impairment of the same over time. 2. To carry out monitoring and verification procedures, as well as for specialized consulting activities, the Office for Construction, may be used, the Energy Certification entered in the EC Registry, professionals or public or private bodies , domestic or foreign. 3. The Office for Construction annually prepares the plan of checks and spot checks of buildings and heating systems. The plan must ensure adequate distribution of the checks and verification of the various types of assistance and between the different uses of buildings and housing units. 4. The control actions culminating in an "energy audit report" indicating the activities carried out and their outcomes. 5. The EC has the task of examining the correctness of administrative procedures and compliance with the requirements of this law of the methods of calculation and verification used by the technical project of the thermal insulation and heating plants, even in contradictory with the same . In the course of works, it can carry out technical inspections
construction site, aimed at monitoring compliance with the projects, the works, the heating systems and systems that use renewable energy or assimilated. Such inspections are carried out personally by the EC to the presence of the project manager or technician from these expressly delegated to the relationship with the EC. When in the course of its action of verification and control, the EC mistakes significant findings of evaluation by the designers or significant discrepancies between the projects of structures and installations and the works completed or in progress, send the Office for 'Construction of a complaint report containing the information required to correct errors or shortcomings found, accompanied by a report documenting the activities of control and verifications undertaken. The disputed report is sent for information to the works contractor. Following the dispute relating the Office for Construction suspend its work until the implementation by the designers and / or executors of works, corrective measures required by the EC. Art.30 (Reference to decrees) 1. Except as already provided all'art.28, by delegated decree may be identified further sanctions for breaches of the present law. CHAPTER VII INCENTIVES AND SUPPORT MEASURES Art.31 (Initiatives and interventions for promotion) 1. With reference to the activities referred to in Chapter II, there are incentives for the making of interventions on buildings, building units and thermal plants listed below a) procedures for issuing of Certificates of energy Performance (EPA) of buildings and residential units subject of voluntary certification, particularly when these take place as a result of improvement of the overall energy quality of the building envelope or building unit and / or of the relative thermal plants; b) the design and construction of building works and plant changes, related to new or existing buildings or building units which, at the end of the energy certification procedures, are assigned to one of the three best energy performance classes; c) interventions for reducing potable water consumption in accordance with Chapter V, to interventions that provide for the supply of toilet with rainwater, as well as treatment facilities, recycling and reuse of water for car washes and mechanical workshops or other activities which involve high water consumption. 2. The granting of the incentives mentioned in the preceding paragraph shall be approved by the Authority, following the adoption of delegated decree establishing procedures, terms and the granting of facilities provided times. Access to incentives related to energy retrofits of existing buildings shall require the submission of an energy audit produced by a qualified technician to the energy audit. 3. The Congress of State promotes understandings and agreements with banking and financial institutions for the financing of energy saving measures, guaranteeing the supply to final customers of competitive energy services even to integration of public financing instruments and incentives. Art.32 (Energy Diagnosis Program Industrial and incentive instruments) 1. Through the collaboration of the Secretariat for Industry, Crafts and Commerce, the State Secretariat for the Environment and Territory, Authority for Regulating the Public Services and Energy, dell'AASS and of industrial and craft trade associations, in order to reduce energy consumption in the industrial sector has established the Energy Emission Analysis industrial program. 2. This program promotes the application, on a voluntary basis, of analysis and energy audit extended to the entire industrial or handicraft production plant process instruments for the identification of significant actions to increase efficiency. The energy audit reports are conducted by official or accredited professionals as established by the Authority that also establishes the guidelines for such reports. 3. In order to facilitate the implementation of the Plan in the first paragraph of this article, there are incentives for the implementation of industrial energy audits and to support expenditure on interventions to improve efficiency. 4. The granting of the incentives mentioned in the preceding paragraph shall be approved by the Authority, following the adoption of delegated decree establishing procedures, terms and the granting of facilities provided times. Art.33 (Incentives to plants from RES or high-efficiency micro-cogeneration) 1. In order to encourage the spread of production facilities from renewable sources
provided incentives for the purchase and installation in the following plants using RES: a) photovoltaic systems; b) solar thermal plants; c) geothermal systems; d) wind power plants; e) systems of micro-high-efficiency cogeneration and related feasibility studies. 2. The granting of the incentives mentioned in the preceding paragraph shall be approved by the Authority, following the adoption of delegated decree establishing procedures, terms and the granting of facilities provided times. Art.34 (Incentives for biomass plants and for the production of energy from RES in the agricultural sector) 1. In order to promote innovative projects aimed at the exploitation, production, distribution, transformation of biomass derived from forestry and agricultural activities are planned incentives, defined by delegated decree laying down the procedure, the terms and the technical criteria to be taken. 2. They incentivabili the following categories of intervention: a) installation of equipment for biodiesel and bioethanol production; b) installation of equipment for the production of energy from biomass including biodigestion systems arising from recovery of processing waste in production processes inherent in the agricultural sector and from non-food crops on marginal lands. They exclude facilities that include biomass combustion processes; c) installation of plants for the recovery of vegetable oils with the purpose of use in the production of Biodiesel. 3. The granting of the incentives provided for in this Article shall be decided by the Authority following the adoption of delegated decree establishing procedures, terms and the granting of facilities provided times. Art.35 (Energy Bill) 1. The beneficiaries of the incentive tool called "Energy Bill," defined in the following paragraphs, natural and legal persons and Energy Company referred to in Article 36. 2. This incentive consists of the remuneration with a incentive electricity tariff produced by a plant using renewable sources (RES) in such a way as to make this technology competitive. The following paragraphs therefore relate only to renewable energy plants where the energy produced is fed into the grid. 3. A special delegated decree establishes amount, duration and stimulation mode, and the size of the incentive fee in € / kWh produced, the technical requirements of the system and the funding arrangements. 4. The incentive rate is established Ranges of nominal power installed and per degree of architectural integration and is updated every year, in order to adapt to the current costs of renewable energy technologies. 5. The application for the grant of the incentive fee is submitted to the Authority after the installation of the plant. 6. They can apply for this incentive means any natural or legal person wishing to install plants using renewable sources of power between 1 and 20 kW of rated power. 7. In the event that the plant using renewable sources incentive is passed to the new owner, it becomes recipient of the Energy Bill. 8. The incentives provided for in this Article shall not be combined with those of Article 33. 9. With special delegated decree has established a tax on profit, resulting from the production of electricity from photovoltaic plant benefiting from the incentives provided for through the "Conto Energia" tool. That profit is considered net of cost of installation, maintenance, and financial and apply to plants with a capacity greater than 20 kW. Art. 36 (Energy Company) 1. The Energy Company is organized as a corporation with limited liability by at least three members for the sole purpose of producing, within the territory of the Republic, energy from RES, heat or electricity, or cogeneration . 2. The Power Company may use the energy produced to power the electric utilities of members in the island regime, or exchange energy with the managed grid dall'AASS 3. The Power Company will not be in competition with the AASS which continues to hold the exclusivity of the sale of electricity and thermal energy. 4. They can be members of the Power Company natural persons resident in the Republic or legal entities with a registered office in the Republic. 5. No member may participate in more of an Energy Company. 6. A single Power Company can manage up to 3 plants for energy production. 7 The formation of the Company and the Register of Companies is notified by the Clerk of the Court Authority that registers the Company in a special internal register. 8. is permitted to replace the members provided that the new company meets all
requirements referred to in paragraphs 4 and 5 and is communicated by the Registrar of the Court Authority. 9. Subject to the special provisions laid down in the preceding paragraphs, in order to share capital, management, rules on advertising, vigilance and, in general, regulation of Energy Company observed the rules of Law 47 of 23 February 2006 and following edits. 10. For the purpose of the Constitution and notwithstanding the provisions of the Delegated Decree of 13 December 2007 n.116, the Energy Company is not subject to the clearance of the State Congress. The social aim of the Energy Company must be finalized exclusively to the thermal or electrical energy from RES or CHP. 11. Notwithstanding the provisions in force, the Energy Company does not require an operating center. The registered office indicated in the articles is identified as the seat of the same activity for the purpose of any notification and communication. Art.37 (Incentives and referral to decrees) 1. In accordance with the provisions of this Chapter, by means of special decrees outlining their fiscal incentives, and building economic and methods of access to them. Art. 38 (Accompanying Measures) 1. The Secretariat of State for Industry, Handicraft and Commerce and the Secretary of State for the Territory Environment and Agriculture, or each to the extent applicable, establish programs , projects of information and tools, education and training on energy saving. 2. The programs and projects above favor the synergies of expertise and resources of public authorities and can also be made using agreements with scientific and technical organizations and agencies, public and private. 3. The evidence referred to in paragraph 1 programs and projects are aimed at: a) the promotion of new and effective forms of communication for citizens and operators of technical and real estate market sector; b) raising awareness of end users and the school, which aims to change the behavior of citizens including the dissemination of indicators expressing the energy and environmental impact of the behavior of the same, at individual and collective level; c) monitoring the implementation of existing legislation and the achievement of the goals and related issues; d) the study of regulatory barriers and other obstacles which may impede the achievement of the objectives of this Act in order to promote the development and evolution of the legislative and regulatory framework; e) the collection and updating of data and information relating to end-use efficiency in buildings and their processing to a knowledge of the existing real estate assets in its reference levels of performance; f) evaluating the impact on end-users of the implementation of legislation in the sector in terms of red tape, seat charges against them and the services rendered; g) evaluating the impact of this law on the real estate market, on Construction, materials and components for the building and those of production, installation and maintenance of air conditioning systems; h) assessment of the energy and environmental aspects of the entire building process, with particular attention to new technologies and production processes, transportation, disposal and demolition; i) upgrading the professional circuit and the formation of new operators for the development and qualification of services, also innovative, in different stages of the building process with particular attention to energy efficiency and the installation and maintenance of air conditioning and lighting systems ; j) the proposed measures and arrangements necessary for an organic development of energy regulations for the efficient use of energy in civil and industrial sector; k) the collection of information and experiences, the elaboration of the necessary studies and the orientation of energy policy of the state, as well as carrying out studies that enable swift regulatory changes as a function of the progress of knowledge and technology development and market, in respecting the needs of citizens; l) development of demonstration projects relating to buildings and plants with innovative features for technical and / or management aspects that require, in particular, the use of renewable energy sources. CHAPTER VII TEMPORARY AND FINAL RULES Art. 39 (Procedures energy and building codes) 1. The filing with the Office for Construction of the technical report referred to in Article 5, the technical documentation and drawings provided by this Act is
must fulfill in order to perform the work began in accordance with Law no. 87/1995. 2. The Office for Construction prepares a special form, signed by the designer and the energy certifier, if the building work or plant does not fall within the scope of this Act. This form must be filed with the Office for Construction, which handles the storage and produces stamped copy to be delivered to the Office for Construction together with the documentation necessary to obtain the release of the structure built within the meaning of Law no. 87/1995. 3. L 'Energy Performance Certificate (EPA) issued electronically by the Office for Construction, constitutes document needed to achieve compliance building and habitability in accordance with article 174 of Law no. 87/1995. 4. The EPA is not required to achieve compliance building and habitability, in accordance with article 174 of Law no. 87/1995, if it has been produced the declaration form to which the building work required does not fall within the scope of this Act, as per the previous paragraph 2. The Office for Construction performs checking presence of the same module before the release of the conformity construction. 5. Further details on the procedures of energy management or procedures for the granting of incentives and building codes will be determined in a special regulation issued by the Authority in accordance with the Office for Construction and the UPA to their respective competence . Art. 40 (Commission for Energy Efficiency in Building) 1. It is hereby established the Commission for energy efficiency in the building industry which is as follows: a) the UPA Manager, as coordinator; b) the responsible person in charge of the field of management and control of the Office of certification procedures and energy certification for Building; c) the Director in charge of promoting the use of the field of renewable energy and energy savings of the UPA Service SE; d) the dell'AASS Manager, or his delegate; e) The Executive Office for Housing, or his delegate. 2. A member of the Office for Housing shall act as the Commission's secretary for energy efficiency in buildings, accepting questions and issues to be placed outside professionals, taking care of their education so that they are analyzed by the Commission for energy efficiency in buildings , which will decide on the matter. The Commission for energy efficiency in buildings has the task of settling problems related energy issues and to improve efficiency in the building, producing opinions and possible exemptions to this law for special cases and not be explicitly cited by it. Art. 41 (Transitional arrangements) 1. The energy qualification / requalification and certification procedures initiated prior to the issuance by the Authority of the technical regulations governing exceptions to the obligations set out in Annex 2 points 15) and 16) are processed on the basis of energy regulation previously in force. To this end, to make faith the date of submission of the license authorization buildable request. Art.42 (Reviews) 1. This Act shall be reviewed within 3 years after its entry into force and, if the case, whenever changes are made to the European and Italian standard of reference. Art. 43 (Repeals) 1. The rules which contravene this Act are repealed. In particular they are hereby repealed: - Act 7 May 2008 n. 72 with the exception of Articles 16, paragraph 3, and 29 that remain in force until the start of the Office respectively for the Construction and UPA; - Executive Decree 25 June 2009 n. 88; - Executive Decree 25 June 2009 n. 89, with the exception of Article 8; - Executive Decree 25 June 2009 n. 91 in relation to which the repeal effect is produced with the launch of the UPA; - Executive Decree 25 June 2009 n. 92 items. 5, 6, paragraphs 2 and 3, 10, 11 and Allegati.1 and 2; - Executive Decree of 17 September 2009 n. 126; - Executive Decree of 21 September 2009 n. 127 except for Article 10, paragraph 4, which remains in force until the start of the Office for the Construction; - Executive Decree of 21 September 2009 n. 128 items. 2, 4, 6; - Executive Decree of 21 September 2009 n. 129; - Executive Decree of 21 September 2010 n. 158 items 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 6a, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, paragraph 3, 14, paragraph 1, 18, 21, 22, 23, Annexes 1 and 2; - Executive Decree of 6 March 2012 n. 20 Article 6 and Annexes 1 and 2; - Executive Decree of 17 July 2012 n. 84 chapters II, IV, V, items. 13, 16, 38; - Executive Decree of 25 July 2013 n. 97 Article 12, paragraph 2; - Executive Decree of 27 April 2012 n. 44 Articles 131, 132, 133, 134, 135, paragraphs 3, 4 and 6 - Art. 44 (Entry into force)
1. This Law shall enter into force on the fifteenth day following that of its legal publication. Our Residence, this day of 3 April 2014/1713 THE CAPTAINS REGENT Valeria Ciavatta - Luca Beccari THE SECRETARY OF STATE FOR INTERNAL AFFAIRS Gian Carlo Venturini ANNEX 1 (To the law 3 April 2014 n. 48) climatological CHARACTERIZATION OF THE TERRITORY OF THE REPUBLIC OF SAN MARINO the territory of the Republic of San Marino is characterized by the isovalue lines of degree winter day (DD), and by the winter climate zones fOR tHE DETERMINATION oF tHE INDICES oF ENERGY PERFORMANCE aND CONDITIONS oF CAPTABILITÀ SOLAR ENERGY 1) defined by Grade Chart Winter Day, available from the Regulatory Authority for Energy, at the Office for Building and at the UPA. This Grade Chart Winter Day highlights how the territory of the State is characterized by: a. Values ​​between 2086 and 2940 GG GG; the Grade Chart Winter Day shows the isovalue lines from 2100 to 2900 GG GG, with 100 GG step; b. three winter climate zones identified with different color on the Charter of Degrees Day, named ZCI-1, ZCI-2 and ZCI-3. 2) For the determination of value in GG linked to a specific site or building is observed the following procedure: a) identify the geodetic coordinates of the site (see table below); b) locating the site on the Grade Chart Winter Day and identify the winter climate zone of relevance; c) the value attributed to the site in the GG on the isovalue line closer. Table 1.1-Geographic coordinates of San Marino Castelli geographical coordinates (WGS84) and altitude (refer to the houses of the Castle) castle S. Marino Borgo Maggiore Fiorentino Chiesanuova Domagnano Monteverdi Garden Acquaviva Faetano Serravalle along longitudinal (°) 12.44665 12.44605 12.45620 12.42133 12.46886 12.48652 12.41844 12.49923 12.47799 latitud (°) 43.93583 43.93960 43.91102 43.90586 43.94770 43.90980 43.94565 43.92543 43.96891 altitud (m) 660 521 470 450 361 340 290 256 148 3) for the purposes of the calculations related to energy certification procedures of this law, values ​​will be used Day degrees and average monthly temperatures reported in the following tables. Table 1.2-Degree Day of San Marino Castles for indoor temperature of 20 ° C DEGREE DAY (internal temperature 20 ° C) San Marino Borgo Maggiore Fiorentino Chiesanuova Domagnano Monteverdi Garden Acquaviva Faetano Serravalle 2799 2651 2604 2575 2432 2403 2395 2311 2166 Table 1.3-Degree Day of the Castles of San Marino for internal temperature of 18 ° C DEGREE DAY (internal temperature 18 ° C) San Marino Borgo Maggiore Fiorentino Chiesanuova Domagnano Monteverdi garden Acquaviva Faetano Serravalle 2433 2285 2238 2209 2066 2037 2029 1945 1800 Table 1.4 -Temperature average monthly Castelli of San Marino average monthly temperatures (degrees Celsius), refer to the respective homes of the Castle month San Marino Borgo Maggiore Fiorentino Chiesanuova Domagnano Monteverdi garden Acquaviva Faetano Serravalle January 1.9 2.7 2.9 3.1 3.9 4.0 4.1 4.5 5.3 2.9 in February 3.7 4.0 4.1 4.9 5.1 5.1 5.6 March 6.4 5.1 5.9 6.2 6.3 7.1 7.3 7.3 7.8 8.6 in April (1-15) 8.0 8.9 9.1 9.3 10.1 10.2 10.3 10.7 11.5 in April (16-30) 11.6 12.4 12.7 12.9 13.6 13.8 13.8 14.3 15.1 15.7 in May 16.5 16.8 16.9 17.7 17.9 17.9 18.4 19.2 June 19.5 20.3 20.6 20.8 21.5 21.7 21.7 22.2 23.0 July 22.4 23.3 23.5 23.7 24.5 24.6 24.7 25.1 25.9 August 22.2 23.0 23.3 23.4 24.2 24.4 24.4 24.9 25.7 September 18.9 19.7 19.9 20.1 20.9 21.0 21.1 21.5 22.3 in October ( 1-14) 15.8 16.6 16.8 17.0 17.8 17.9 18.0 18.4 19.2 in October (15-31) 10.0 10.8 11.1 11.2 12.0 12.2 12.2 12.7 13.4 6.3 7.1 7.3 November 7.5 8.3 8.4 8.5 8.9 9.7 December 2.7 3.5 3.8 4.0 4.7 4.9 4.9 5.4 6.2 4) for the design of winter heating systems each winter weather areas mentioned in paragraph 1, letter b) of this Annex is characterized by the winter outside temperature value of the project indicated in the following table. In relation to isolated buildings, the value of the winter outside temperature reported project in the following table applies a correction equal to the deduction of 1 ° C. Table 1.5-project temperatures for Zone Climate Winter San Marino Climate zone Winter Design outside temperature (° C) ZCI-1-5-ZCI 2-6 ZCI-3-7 5) The territory of the State is characterized by the maps of solar energy received on the horizontal plane, expressed in kWh / (m2 per year) in annual sunshine maps available at the Energy Authority, the Office for Building and at the UPA, and in kWh / (m2mese)
in monthly sunshine maps, which are also available at the Energy Authority, the Office for Building and at the UPA. In order to carry out energy assessments related to the location of buildings, and especially in order to perform calculations relating to the valuation of winter energy supplies from solar radiation and the evaluation of the heat load in summer, it is permitted to use commercial programs and software that derive the values, case by case, by interpolation from neighboring places situated in Italian territory. ANNEX 2 (To the law 3 April 2014 n. 48) PROVISIONS FOR MINIMUM ENERGY PERFORMANCE OF BUILDINGS AND THE SYSTEMS i. For all building categories, as classified based on the intended use of art. 3 (definition of "building"), in the case of new buildings or buildings undergoing major renovation, and in all other cases provided for in paragraph 1, letter b of Art. 4 of this law, we proceed in the design stage to the determination of the energy performance for winter heating (EPI) and for the production of sanitary hot water (EPacs), and verifying that the same is lower than the limit values ​​which are reported in the appropriate tables below, the requirement 2.1.1 (tab. A.1, tab. A.2, tab. A.3, tab. A.4, tab. B.1, tab. B.2). In the case of public buildings or public use, as defined in art. 3, these values ​​are reduced by 10%. In the case of buildings belonging to the category E.3, the index verification of energy performance for winter heating should be carried out through the adoption of conventional outdoor air exchange, equivalent to the wards, the air changes planned for hotel residences and, for the remaining parts, the air changes planned for the offices; therefore separated the ventilation rates in excess of the minimum parts hygienic, related to the particular needs of the hospital process and technical related auxiliaries. ii. In cases of expansion, building renovation and extraordinary maintenance of the building envelope provided in paragraph 1, letter c) of art. 4 of this Act, shall apply the provisions of the following points: a) For all building categories, as classified based on the intended use art. 3 of this Act, the value of thermal transmittance (U) for vertical opaque structures, to correct thermal bridge, delimiting the air-conditioned volume to the outside, ie towards not equipped with heating system environments, must be less than or equal to that reported in the relevant table of requirement 2.1.2, (tables F1, F2, F3). If the thermal bridge should not be written correctly or if the building envelope design does not provide for the correction of thermal bridges, the limit values ​​of the thermal transmittance reported in the relevant table of requirement 2.1.2, (Tables F.1, F.2, F3) must be complied with by the average thermal transmittance (over current thermal bridge wall). For external opaque vertical walls where limited areas subject to reduction in thickness were provided (sub-windows and other components) the limits laid down in the relevant table of 2.1.2 requirements must be met, (Tables F.1, F.2, F .3) with reference to the total surface area calculation. b) For all building categories, as classified based on the intended use art. 3 of this law, with the exception of the E.8 category, the value of the thermal transmittance (U) for the horizontal or inclined opaque structures, to correct bridge, delimiting the air-conditioned volume toward the outside or toward not equipped with thermal plant environments, It must be less than or equal to that reported in the relevant table of requirement 2.1.2, (tables F.1, F.2, F.3) in relation to the reference climate area. If the thermal bridge should not be written correctly or if the building envelope design does not provide for the correction of thermal bridges, the limit values ​​of the thermal transmittance must be respected by the average thermal transmittance (over current thermal bridge wall). In the case of horizontal structures on the ground the thermal transmittance values ​​to be compared with those reported in the relevant table of requirement 2.1.2, (Tables F1, F2, F3) are calculated by reference to the structure-soil system. c) For all building categories, as classified based on the intended use art. 3 of this Act, with the exception of category E.8, the maximum value of the transmittance (U) of transparent closures including the casing must comply with the limits given in the relevant table
2.1.2 requirement (Tables G.1, G.2). These limits must be respected by all doors and similar closures, such as doors, windows and shop windows although not that open, considering transparent and / or opaque parts that compose them. They are excluded from compliance with those requirements automated pedestrian entrances, to be considered only for the purpose of air changes relative to the size, timing and opening frequency, shape and pressure differences between the inside and outside environment. In the case of public buildings or public use, as defined in art. 3, limited to building renovations, the values ​​reported in the tables below to 2.1.2 requirement. mentioned above are reduced by 10%. REQUIREMENT 2.1.1 Energy performance of buildings - 1 Need to meet Reduce energy consumption for space heating and the production of ACS. Scope Uses of Art. 3 of this Act (definitions): - All destinations of use of the buildings, on time limits indicated. Type of intervention in the case of new buildings or buildings undergoing major renovation. Level of performance in order to ensure the reduction of energy consumption must be verified the conditions laid down in the following specifications: A. determination of the energy performance for winter heating (EPI) and verify that the same is lower than the reported limit values in tables A.1, A.2, A.3, A.4; B. Energy Performance index determination for the production of sanitary hot water (EPacs), and verifying that the same is lower than the limit values ​​indicated in the Tables B.1 and B.2; C. thermal plant configuration; D. Verification, where indicated, that the value of the average thermal transmittance (U) of building separation structures between buildings or neighboring units, maintained at a controlled temperature or air-conditioned in the case of vertical partitions, horizontal and inclined is less than or equal the amount specified in point D; In special cases (when the ratio of the overall transparent surface of the building and its surface energy is less useful than 0.18) the calculation of the energy performance of point A can be omitted, as specified in And the next step (simplified calculation). A - Energy performance index for winter heating In the case of buildings with energy plant for the winter heating, with or without production of sanitary hot water, the limit value of the index of energy performance for winter heating (EPI), expressed respectively in kWh / m2 per year for residential buildings in the E1 class excluding colleges, convents, prisons and barracks, and in kWh / m3anno for all other types of buildings is indicated: a) in table A.1 for new buildings residential class E1, excluding colleges, convents, prisons and barracks; b) in Table A.2 in the case of buildings undergoing major restructuring of the E1 class, excluding colleges, convents, prisons and barracks; c) in Table A.3, for new buildings do not belong to the category referred to in point a) above; d) in table A.4 in the case of buildings undergoing major restructuring that do not belong to the category referred to in point b) above. Tab. A.1 Energy performance index limit value EPi for residential buildings of the E1 class, excluding colleges, convents, prisons and barracks, in the case of new construction format of the building S / V RSM -Area climate and from 2101 to 3000 GG GG EPi (kWh / m2 per year) ≤ ≥ 0.7 0.2 34.0 46.8 72.6 96.2 Tab. A.2Valore index limit of energy performance EPi for residential buildings of the E1 class, excluding colleges, convents, prisons and barracks, in the case of buildings undergoing major renovation of the building shape ratio S / V RSM -Area climatic And from 2101 to 3000 GG GG EPi (kWh / m2 per year) ≤ ≥ 0.2 34.0 46.8 0.9 88.0 116.0 Tab. A.3 value index limit of energy performance EPI for all other buildings in the case of new construction format of the building S / V RSM -Zonaclimatica And from 2101 to 3000 GG GG EPi (kWh / m3anno) ≤ ≥ 0.2 9.6 12.7 0.7 18.8 25.8 Tab. A.4 index limit of energy performance value EPi for all other buildings in the case of buildings undergoing major renovation of the building shape ratio S / V RSM -Area climatic And from 2101 to 3000 GG GG EPi ( kWh / m3anno) ≤ ≥ 0.2 9.6 12.7 0.9 22.5 31.0 The limit values ​​given in tables A.1, A.2, A.3, A.4 are expressed as a function:
- The climatic zone, as identified by analogy with the Italian legislation, namely Article 2 of Decree of the President of the Italian Republic, 26 August 1993, n. 412 (the Republic of San Marino lies entirely in the climate zone E), - the building of the aspect ratio S / V, where: a) S, expressed in square meters, is the area that borders to the outside (ie to not air conditioned environments) the air-conditioned gross volume of the building or building unit; b) V is the gross volume in cubic meters, of the heated building parts, defined by surfaces that surround it. For values ​​of S / V comprised, depending on the case, in the range of 0.2 to 0.7 or in the range of 0.2 to 0.9, and, similarly, for degree days (DD) to the intermediate of climate zones limits given in the table by interpolation proceeds straightforward. B - Energy performance index for the production of ACS The index limit value of energy performance for the production of sanitary hot water (EPacs) is indicated in the following tables, in relation to the type of building. Tab. B.1 index limit of energy performance value EPacs in kWh / m2 per year for residential buildings of the E1 class excluding colleges, convents, prisons and barracks and buildings converted into hotels, retirement and similar activities. Surface energy useful ≤ 50 m2 51 m2 199 m2 ≥ 200 m2 EPacs 19:10 19:00 13.76 13.80 for buildings in historic centers EPacs 11.95 11.90 8.60 8.65 For all other buildings The index limits EPacsdi in Table B.1 earlier are calculated values ​​useful for surface energy between 50 and 200 m2per linear interpolation of the values ​​shown at 50 and 200 m2. Tab. B.2 index limit of energy performance value EPacs, in kWh / measurement / year units, for other types of buildings Destinazioned'uso Unit of measure for buildings in historicist EPacs centers For all other buildings- EPacs Hotel without laundry (E.1.3) 1 star number of beds and number days month 1.16 0.73 2 stars number of beds and number days month 1:45 0.91 3 stars number of beds and number days month 1.74 09.01 4 stars number of beds and number days month 02.03 27.01 Hotel Laundry (E.1.3) 1 star number of beds and number days month 1:45 0.91 2 stars number of beds and number days month 1.74 09.01 3 stars number of beds and number days month 02.03 27.01 4 stars number of beds and number days month 2:32 1:45 receptive activities other than previous (E.1.3) number of beds and number days month 0.81 0:51 Hospitals (with bed and laundry) (E. 3) number of beds and number days month 2.61 1.63 Hospitals (outpatient) (E. 3) number of beds and number days month 00:29 00:18 Schools (E. 7) - kindergartens and nursery schools (E. 7) Number of children and number days month 00:44 00:27 Sports / gyms (E. 6) installed showers and number days month 2.91 1.82 Offices (E. 2) m2 / day 18.5 (in Wh / m2giorno) 3.63 (in Wh / m2giorno) shops - Restaurants number of guests for many meals and many days the month 00:29 12:18 Catering and self service number of guests for many meals and many days the month 00:12 12:07 the table B.2 values ​​must be multiplied by the reference period, in accordance with the provisions of the technical calculation rules. For conversion into kWh / m3anno multiply the value of the unit number of EPacsper regarded extent and for the number of days of use (if any), and divide the total by the gross volume of the building. For the purpose of verification of compliance with these values, the determination of the energy required for the production of ACS must be made in accordance with the UNI TS 11300-2, § 5.2 or equivalent. To use destinations not listed in the tables above is not expected any reference limit. For the calculation of the energy needs for the production of ACS, even for purposes of the installation of plants using RES under 2.6.a requirement, proceed analytically, using the same algorithms and parameters provided by the aforementioned UNI TS 11300-2, § 5.2, or equivalent, and calculating the volume of hot water necessary for the standard operation of the plant terminals provided (determined in accordance with UNI 9182 or equivalent); the result of the calculation is to be reported in the technical report referred to in paragraph 17, as well as the supporting elements. C - Configuration of heating systems In the cases referred to in Art. 4, paragraph 1, letter a) of this Law, for buildings with a number of units above 4, belonging to E1 and E2 categories, as classified according to the intended use of the Art. 3 of this Act (Definitions), it is recommended, but not
mandatory, at the design, provide for the conduct of centralized heating systems for space heating. In the case of public buildings or for public use, as defined in Art. 3 of this Act (definitions), this information is compulsory and is extended: - to all buildings, regardless of the number of housing units - thermal plants for the summer air-conditioning, when the latter was expected. You can waive this requirement in the presence of specific report signed by a qualified technician indicating the achievement of a similar or better energy performance refers to the entire building through the use of a different type of system. It is also permitted the installation of individual thermal plants, however, for a maximum of real estate units below 30% of the total of the building, in the case of new installation of heating systems in existing buildings and in the absence of technical-economic conditions to make a plant centralized. If it exceeds the above threshold, also through subsequent interventions, the adoption of a centralized system is required, while also providing the conversion of already installed individual installations. D - Thermal transmittance of the separation structures between buildings or building units For all building categories, as classified according to the intended use of the Art. 3 of this Act (Definitions) except category E.8, subject to compliance with the acoustic requirements (Art. 9), the value of the average thermal transmittance (U) of building separation structures between buildings or neighboring units, maintained controlled or air-conditioned temperature, must be less than 0,80 W / m2K in the case of vertical dividers opaque structures, horizontal and inclined, and less than 2,80 W / m2K in the case of transparent closures including frames. The same limit must be respected for all opaque structures, vertical, horizontal and inclined, which delimit towards the external environment environments not equipped with thermal plant, provided that these are adjacent to, temperature controlled or air-conditioned environments. The above limits may be omitted if these environments are ventilated through permanent openings facing outward. E - Simplified calculation Where the ratio of the overall transparent surface of the building and its surface energy useful is below 0.18, the calculation of the annual primary energy demand can be omitted, if the buildings and the works are designed and manufactured in compliance the limits set in the F and G tables next requirement 2.1.2, and the following plant requirements are met: a. are installed heat with thermal efficiency dependent generators equal to 100% of the rated thermal input greater than or equal to 93 + 2 log Pn, where log Pn is the base-10 logarithm of the rated output power of the single generator, expressed in kW . For Pn values ​​greater than 400 kW apply the limit equivalent to 400 kW; b. the average temperature of the heat transfer fluid in correspondence of the design conditions is not more than 60 ° C; c. They are installed at least a programmable temperature control unit in each housing unit and modulating devices for the automatic regulation of the temperature in individual rooms or in the individual zones having characteristics of use and uniform exposures in order not to determine overheating for effect of solar gains and the contributions free in-house; d. in the case of electrical or gas these have an efficiency heat pumps installation useful in ηu nominal conditions, reported the primary energy, greater than or equal to the limit value calculated by the formula 90 + 3 log. Pn, where log Pn is the base-10 logarithm of the rated output power of the single generator, expressed in kW; the reference value for conversion between electrical and MJ kWh defined in Article 3 of this Act, the conversion factor gas for heat pumps is considered to be equal to 1. In this case, the affected portion of the building or, is attributed to the annual requirement of the value of applicable limit primary energy obtained from the relevant table A.1, A.2, A.3 and A.4. REQUIREMENT 2.1.2 Energy performance of buildings - 2 The need to satisfy Reduce energy consumption for space heating Scope Uses of Art. 3 of this Act (definitions): - All destinations of use of the buildings, on time limits indicated. Type of intervention under Art. 4, paragraph 1, letter c), limited to: - volumetric expansion (if the volume at a controlled temperature of the new portion
the building is not higher than 20% of the existing one) - total or partial restructuring of existing buildings of useful energy area not exceeding 500 m2 - extraordinary maintenance of the building envelope - recovery of attics for purpose of use Level of performance at order to ensure the reduction of energy consumption in the conditions of the following specifications must be met: F. Check that the thermal transmittance of the opaque closures (opaque building structures that make up the building envelope) does not exceed the limits listed in the relevant tables . G. Check that the thermal transmittance of transparent enclosures that surround the building does not exceed the limits listed in the relevant tables. The verification of compliance with the requirements mentioned above can be omitted if you proceed to Checkout, for the entire building object of intervention, the requirements referred to in requirement 2.1.1. H. Check that the value of thermal transmittance (U) of building separation structures between buildings or neighboring units for vertical and horizontal partitions, as well as the opaque structures, vertical, horizontal and inclined, that border to the outside environment the rooms do not have heating system, is less than or equal to the limit. F - Thermal transmittance of opaque closures The limit value of thermal transmittance of opaque closures (U), in W / m2K, referring to the various types of structures and temperature zones, is shown below: Tab. F.1 value of transmittance limit Thermal vertical opaque closures (vertical siding) in air-conditioned spaces and outdoor environment or to environments not equipped with heating system Climatic zone U (W / m2K) and 00:34 Tab. F.2 of thermal transmittance limit value of the horizontal or inclined opaque closures upper cover, with the exception of category E8 buildings. Climatic zone U (W / m2K) and 0.30 Tab. F.3 of thermal transmittance limit value of the lower horizontal opaque closures (floors to the ground) and exterior spaces (floors of open space) and the internal horizontal partitions (floors) between spaces air-conditioned and non air-conditioned spaces, with the exception of category E8 buildings. Climatic zone U (W / m2K) and 0:33 G - thermal transmittance of transparent closures Tab. G.1 value of thermal transmittance limit of transparent closures (windows, doors fixed lights) vertical, horizontal or inclined, including associated fixtures. Climatic zone U (W / m2K) 2.2 E Tab. G.2 value of thermal transmittance limit of single glazing component of the exterior frames (windows, doors fixed lights) vertical, horizontal or inclined. Climatic zone U (W / m2K) and 1.7 H - Heat transfer coefficient of the separation structures between buildings or property units and between unheated rooms and outside for all categories of buildings (Art. 3 of this Act (Definitions)), with the exception of category E.8, and in any case limited to the total restructuring actions, subject to the respect of passive acoustic requirements of buildings, the value of the transmittance (U) of building separation structures between buildings or neighboring units in the case of walls vertical and horizontal dividers, kept at a controlled temperature or air-conditioned, as well as the opaque structures, vertical, horizontal and inclined, that border to the outside the rooms do not have heating system, must be less than or equal to 0.80 W / m2K in the case of vertical dividers opaque structures, horizontal and inclined, and less than 2.80 W / m2K in the case of transparent closures including frames. The same limit must be respected for all opaque structures, vertical, horizontal and inclined, which delimit towards the external environment environments not equipped with thermal plant, provided that such environments are adjacent to, temperature controlled or air-conditioned environments. The requirement does not apply if these areas are ventilated through permanent openings facing outward. iii. For all building categories, as classified according to the intended use of the Art. 3 of this Act (definitions), in the case of new installation or restructuring of thermal plants or replacement of heat generators, we proceed to the calculation of the average thermal plant seasonal overall performance and to verify that the same is higher than the reported limit to 2.2-R.1 requirement. For installations with a nominal power of the hearth greater than or equal to 100 kW, it is obliged to attach to the technical report referred to in paragraph 17, an energy audit of the building and
the system in which you identify the interventions to reduce energy expenditure, its return periods of investments and possible improvements to the building class in the energy certification system in place, and based on which are determined the system choices that they go to achieve. In the case of individual heating systems, subject to the provisions of 2.2-R.3 and requirement in paragraph 4 below, the obligation to submit an energy audit, as specified above, apply when the 100 kW limit is reached or exceeded by the sum of the powers of the individual heat generators to be installed in the building, or from the nominal pre-existing thermal power plant. REQUIREMENT 2.2 overall average yield of the thermal plant seasonal requirement to meet Reduce energy consumption for space heating. Scope Uses of Art. 3 of this Act (definitions): - All destinations of use of buildings Type of measures referred to in Art. 4, paragraph 1, letter c), only in cases of: - new installation or renovation of heating systems in existing buildings - replacement of boilers Performance Level In order to ensure the efficiency of the heating systems the conditions laid down shall be checked in the following specifications: R.1) calculation of the average thermal plant seasonal performance and verification that the same is greater than the limit value R.2) R.1 mere replacement of the heat generator - average thermal plant seasonal yield for all uses, in the case of a new installation or restructuring of thermal installations or replacement of boilers, we proceed to the calculation of the average seasonal thermal plant overall performance and to verify that the same is greater than the following: - ηg = (75 + 3 log Pn)% with circulating heat transfer fluid in the fluid distribution only; - Ηg = (65 + 3 log Pn)% with circulating heat transfer fluid in the only air distribution; where log Pn is the base-10 logarithm of the rated power output of the generator of heat generators to the individual heating system service, in kW. For Pn values ​​greater than 1000 kW the above formula does not apply, and minimum threshold for overall average seasonal performance is equal to, respectively, 84% and 74%. In the case of thermal plants which have heat transfer fluid which is liquid is air, the global average seasonal efficiency limit value is determined by the weighted average (compared to the energy fractions respectively distributed by the two heat transfer fluids) of the two above limit values. In the case of heating systems for public buildings or public use, or of public property, the value of the average thermal plant seasonal total return must exceed the following limits: - ηg = (75 + 4 log Pn)% where log Pn it is the base-10 logarithm of the rated power output of the generator of heat generators to the individual heating system service, in kW. R.2 - Replacement of boilers For all building categories, as classified according to the intended use of the Art. 3 of this Act (definitions) in the case of mere replacement of boilers, means compliance with all applicable provisions on the rational use, including those referred to in the preceding paragraph, should coexist with the following conditions: a. the new combustion heat generators have thermal efficiency, in correspondence of a load equal to 100% of the rated thermal power greater than or equal to the limit value calculated by the formula 90 + 2 log Pn, Pn where log is the logarithm in base 10 power rated generator useful, expressed in kW. For Pn values ​​greater than 400 kW apply the limit equivalent to 400 kW; b. new electric heat pumps or gas have a yield useful ηu nominal conditions, reported the primary energy, greater than or equal to the limit value calculated by the formula 90 + 3 log Pn; where log Pn is the base-10 logarithm of the rated generator power output, expressed in kW; verification is made using as a conversion factor between electrical energy and primary energy, the reference value to convert between kWh electric and MJ referred to in Article 3 of this Act; for gas heat pumps the conversion factor is to be considered equal to 1 only for the consumption of gas; c. are present except that it is not unequivocally demonstrated the technical feasibility in the specific case, at least a programmable temperature control unit for each heat generator and
modulating devices for the automatic regulation of the temperature in individual rooms and in the zones which, for their use and exposure characteristics can enjoy, unlike the heated environments of solar heat gains or however free. In any case, it said control unit must: - be piloted by sensing electrodes of the internal temperature, possibly supported by a similar unit for the outside temperature, with a programmer which allows the adjustment of the room temperature of the two temperature levels over 24 hours, in the case of centralized heating systems; - Allow the programming and the control of ambient temperature on two levels of temperature over 24 hours, in the case of thermal systems for individual units; d. in the case of generators installations with nominal output power of the pre-existing value, the power increase is motivated with the dimensional inspection of the heating system; is. in the case of installation of heat generators of more housing units service is checked for proper balancing of the distribution system, in order to enable the same time, in each housing unit, compliance with the minimum comfort limits and of maximum internal temperature and installed a heat metering system that allows the distribution of consumption per single unit; f. in the case of replacement of the rated power of less than 35 kW hearth heat generators, with others of the same power, the technical report referred to in paragraph 17, it may be omitted in front of the obligation of submission of the declaration of conformity. If, in the mere replacement of the generator, to ensure safety, could not meet the conditions referred to in this paragraph A.2, letter. a) (in particular in the case where the flue system for the evacuation of the combustion products is to serve more users and is a branched collective type), the simplification referred to in the previous point may apply equally, without prejudice to the respect of the other conditions laid down, provided that: a. install heat generators that have thermal efficiency at partial load of 30% of the rated thermal power greater than or equal to 85 + 3 log Pn, where log Pn is the base-10 logarithm of the rated power output of the generator or generators heat to the individual heating system service, in kW apply the limit equivalent to 400 kW; b. prepare a detailed report stating the grounds for exemption from the provisions of paragraph 4 above, to be attached to the technical report referred to in paragraph 19, if provided, or the declaration of conformity. R.3 - Configuration of heating systems In the case of installation of new heating systems in existing buildings, for buildings with a number of units above 4, belonging to E1 and E2 categories, as classified according to the intended use within 'Art. 3 of this Act (Definitions), it is recommended, but not required, at the design stage, provide for the conduct of centralized heating systems for space heating. In the same cases, in public buildings or public use, as defined nell'art.3 of this Act, this information shall be extended: - to all buildings, regardless of the number of housing units - thermal plants for the summer air conditioning, if the latter was expected. In all existing buildings with a number of units greater than 4, belonging to E1 and E2 categories, as classified according to the intended use of the Art. 3 of this Act (Definitions), in the case of the thermal plant restructuring or the heating system installation or replacement of the boiler, must be made the necessary actions to allow, where technically possible, the accounting and thermoregulation heat to individual apartments. Any technical impediments to the realization of the aforementioned interventions, should be highlighted in the technical report referred to in paragraph 17. iv. In all existing buildings with a number of units greater than 4, belonging to E1 and E2 categories, as classified according to the intended use of the Art. 3 of this Act (Definitions), in the case of the thermal plant restructuring or the heating system installation or replacement of the boiler, must be made the necessary actions to allow, where technically possible with respect to the technical regulations of the sector , accounting / distribution and heat for thermoregulation single unit. The
any technical impediments to the realization of the aforementioned interventions, should be highlighted in the technical report referred to in paragraph 17. v. The heat metering equipment must ensure a measurement error, under conditions of use, less than plus or minus 5%, with reference to UNI standards in force. Even for the accounting / breakdown reference is made to the applicable standards and guidelines UNI. you. For the purposes of this Act are considered falling between plants fueled by renewable source heating installations winter heating equipped with heat generators fed with biomass fuels that meet the following requirements: a) the rated minimum useful efficiency complies with Class 3 of the norm European UNI EN 303-5; b) emission limits in analogy with the provisions of Annex IX to the fifth part of the legislative decree of 3 April 2006, n. 152 of the Italian legislation, as amended, or the more restrictive limits set by the air quality plans, if any; c) use biomass fuels falling within eligible expenditure in analogy to Annex X to the fifth part of the same legislative decree of 3 April 2006, n. 152 of the Italian legislation, as amended. In such cases, and until the adoption of the applicable technical standards for the calculation of the energy performance for the purposes of this Act assumes a share of fossil primary energy equivalent to the energy actually supplied to the system multiplied by the factor 0.3. 7) For all building categories, as classified according to the intended use of the Art. 3 of this Act (Definitions), in the case of new buildings and in other cases under Art. 4, paragraph 1, letter a), b) and c), the latter limited to the total renovation of this Act, where it is planned to install heating installations with heat generators fed by biomass fuels, we proceed in the design verification: a) that the heat generator meets the requirements referred to in paragraph 6 above; The examination should also be performed in cases of new installation or renovation of heating systems in existing buildings; b) that the value of thermal transmittance (U) of the different building structures, opaque and transparent, that delimit the building outward or toward unheated rooms is less than or equal to that reported in the appropriate tables of this Annex, requirement 2.1 .2, (tables F.1, F.2, F.3 for opaque closures, G.1, G.2 for transparent closures). 8) For all building categories, as classified according to the intended use of the Art. 3 of this Act (definitions), in the case of new installation and renovation of thermal plants or replacement of heat generators, it is prescribed: a) in the absence of production of sanitary hot water and in the presence of the plant feed water with hardness temporary greater than or equal 25 French degrees: i) a chemical conditioning treatment for plants with nominal power of the total hearth less than or equal to 100 kW; ii) a sweetening treatment for plants with nominal power of the total hearth between 100 and 350 kW; b) in the case of domestic hot water to the provisions referred to in subparagraph a), i) and ii) are valid in the presence of the plant feed water with hardness greater than 15 degrees French. As for the above processing reference is made to the technical standard UNI 8065. 9) For all building categories, as classified according to the intended use of the Art. 3 of this Act (Definitions) except category E.8 is made of the following requirement 2.3 Verification .: REQUIREMENT 2.3 Control Requirement condensation to meet Absence of surface condensation and interstitial condensation limitation of the opaque walls to the amount rievaporabile for the purpose of limit energy consumption for space heating and hydrothermal spa. Scope Uses of Art. 3 of this Act (definitions): - All the uses of the buildings with the exception of category E.8 type of assistance as defined in Art. 4, paragraph 1, letter a) in the case of new buildings or buildings undergoing major renovation, letter. b) and letter. c), the latter limited to: - volumetric expansion, always that the volume at a controlled temperature of the new portion of the building is not more than 20% of the existing one, and anyway in all cases in which the extension is less than 80 square meters - total or partial renovation of existing buildings of useful energy area not exceeding
500 square meters - extraordinary maintenance of the building envelope - recovery of attics for purposes of use Level of performance According to the technical requirements there is a check of the absence of surface condensation and interstitial condensation of the opaque walls are limited to the amount rievaporabile in accordance with the technical requirements. Where there is no humidity control system related internal to the necessary calculations, this will be assumed to be equal to 65% to the internal temperature of 20 ° C. 10) For all building categories, as classified based on the intended use art. 3 of this Act, in the case of new buildings, demolition and reconstruction of buildings undergoing major renovation, and in all other cases provided for in paragraph 1, letter b of Art. 4 of this Act, we proceed in the design stage to determine the energy performance of the building envelope summer cooling (EPE, invol), equal to the ratio between the annual thermal energy to cool the building, calculated taking into account the temperature of summer project according to the UNI / TS 11300-1, and the useful surface energy, for residential buildings, or the volume for buildings with other uses, and to check that the same is not higher than the limit values which are reported in the appropriate tables of 2.4.2 requirement. (Tab. C.1) 11) For all building categories, as classified according to the intended use of the Art. 3 of this Act (Definitions), except solely for the provisions referred to in point b), of the categories E.5, E.6, E.7 and E.8, in order to limit the energy requirements for air conditioning summer and to contain the internal temperature of the surroundings, in the case of intervention under Art. 4, paragraph 1, letter a), b) and c) of this Act, the latter limited to the total restructuring, we proceed in accordance with the provisions contained in this Annex 2.4.1 and 2.4.2 12) requirements for all categories of buildings, as well as classified according to the intended use of the Art. 3 of this Act (Definitions), except category E.6 and E.8, in order to limit the energy requirements for summer air conditioning and contain the temperature indoors, in the case of operations referred to in Art. 4, paragraph 1, letters a), b) and c) of this Act, the latter limited to the total restructuring, and in the case of complete renovations of the building elements constituting the envelope of existing buildings, it is mandatory in the design stage to predict appropriate solutions for the protection of more exposed to solar radiation closures, consisting in adopting as a priority of sun protection and / or, in the alternative, the filtering systems of windows, such as to reduce the supply of heat in the summer time in accordance with the provisions contained in this Annex, requirement 2.4.1 any technical impediments or the presence of objective constraints (such as, for example, those arising from specific provisions in the planning and regulatory instruments) the use of those schemes should be highlighted in the technical report referred to in paragraph 17. REQUIREMENT 2.4.1 Reduction of energy consumption in summer mode: Reduction of heat input due to solar radiation in the summer need to meet Reduce heat input due to solar radiation during summer regime. Scope Uses: - All destinations of use of the buildings, with the exception of E.6 and E.8 categories - All operating functions Type of assistance as defined in Art. 4, paragraph 1, letter a), in the case of new buildings or buildings undergoing major renovation, letter. b) and letter. c), the latter limited to: - volumetric expansion, always that the volume at a controlled temperature of the new portion of the building is not more than 20% of the existing one, and anyway in all cases in which the extension is less than 80 square meters - total renovation of existing buildings of useful energy area not exceeding 500 square meters - the recovery of the attics for intended use performance Level in order to keep the temperature indoors and therefore limit the energy requirements for the cooling of buildings, must be adopted systems that help reduce heat input due to solar radiation during summer conditions, considering in a synergistic way the following aspects: a) adoption of systems that enable the protection of the most exposed closures
solar radiation; b) adoption of solutions that enable the heat intake by reducing solar radiation through glass surfaces. Taking into account these aspects, the designer will have to identify the most appropriate strategies to ensure maximum effectiveness of the solutions adopted, provided it adequate demonstration. To this end, with regard to new construction, the designer is required to present solar axonometric and / or similar representations that would suggest the correctness of the design choices regarding relationships between the built environment and solar radiation. Must still be verified the conditions laid down in the following specifications: A. Systems for the protection of more exposed to solar radiation closures B. heat intake reduction for solar radiation through glass surfaces A. SYSTEMS FOR THE PROTECTION OF THE SLIDE MOST EXPOSED solar radiation must be taken in systems for the protection of the closures as specified below. A.1) transparent closures (doors and windows). They must adopt solutions which ensure the shielding of the openings and / or of the vertical frames, that are exposed to solar radiation deductible for example from solar axonometric projections, as well as of the horizontal or inclined windows (if delimiting a thermal zone) by means of fixed screening systems ( overhangs, brise-soleil, balconies, porches, fixed shading etc.) or the installation of flexible screens (furniture doors drapes, furniture shading, blinds closures, exterior blinds, etc.) which must always include and maintenance. The requirement is expressed as a percentage of the screen surface to the surface of each opening and / or window facing south and west. This percentage should be higher than 50%. The requirement shall be verified by reference to the position of the sun and the solar radiation at 13.00 and at 15.00 on 25 July. In the case of adoption of fixed and non-adjustable screening systems, it must still be respected the natural lighting requirement (average daylight factor), when applicable. The requirement can not be applied to the openings and / or windows which are not exposed to solar radiation (because it is protected, for example, from shadows cast by other buildings or building parts of the body), as well as in the case of windows components used in ' scope of the capture of solar energy systems (greenhouses, etc.) specially designed for this purpose, provided that it is guaranteed the correct operation in summer mode, in order to avoid excessive overheating phenomena. In the alternative, the requirement is satisfied if they are adopted glazing equipped with filter systems, with control characteristics of the solar factor (g) comply with the requirements set out in paragraph B.1. The positive effects which are achieved with the adoption of shielding or filtering systems can be achieved, alternatively, with the use of bioengineering techniques, such as, for example, the plant barriers, making it possible to obtain similar levels of protection of structures from 'solar radiation. In this case it must be produced in support of the technical report referred to in paragraph 17, with appropriate documentation attesting the equivalence with the above provisions. A.2) opaque closures. They will have to adopt solutions that ensure the mitigation of the effects of solar radiation on vertical closures (siding), that are exposed to sunlight deductible for example from solar axonometries, and the horizontal and inclined upper closures (roofing, terraces, flat roofs ) if you are limiting the thermal zone. To this end, the project manager should evaluate regularly, with reference to the position of the sun and the solar radiation at 13.00 and at 15.00 on 25 July, and document: - the effects of the adoption of fixed screening systems (overhangs, brise- soleil, balconies, porches, fixed shading etc.) or flexible screens (furniture shading, exterior blinds, etc.) which must always include and maintenance - the effects of any shadows cast by other buildings or parts of the building organism or from vegetable elements, plants etc. The requirement is completely satisfied if the protection of the closures by the effects of sunlight is achieved through the adoption of an external coating to form a thin constantly ventilated cavity (cavity wall, ventilated roof). B. REDUCTION intake HEAT FOR SOLAR RADIATION THROUGH GLASS SURFACES
They will have to adopt solutions that ensure the mitigation of the effects of solar radiation entering through the glass surfaces, especially when you can not take the screening systems of point A.1. B.1) Solar factor (g) of the glass in the case of transparent closures not protected by shading systems The project manager should regularly evaluate and document the effectiveness of the filtering systems of glazed surfaces, such as to reduce the heat input to sunlight : it is mandatory to ensure the heat intake reduction for solar radiation through the glass surfaces by the control of solar factor (g) of the glazings not protected by shading systems, (see A.1), as well as in all cases of horizontal or inclined surfaces glazed. The Solar factor (g) refers to the total solar energy transmittance, determined based on the current standards of the industry. The value of the solar factor (g), expressed in a dimensionless the characteristics of the transparent member to transmit heat to the inside environment. The higher the value of the solar factor (g), the greater the amount of incident radiant energy transmitted into the interior. In the case of buildings with a ratio between the surface of the transparent closures and the upper opaque closures to 50%, the requirement is satisfied in the presence of glass surfaces with solar factor (g) less than or equal to 0.5. This assessment needs to be highlighted in the technical report referred to in paragraph 17. In the case of buildings with a ratio between the surface of the transparent and opaque closures closures of less than 50%, the requirement is satisfied when the limit value of the solar factor (g) the glass component of the exterior frames (windows, doors, fixed lights) vertical, horizontal and inclined, is less than or equal to the values ​​shown in the following table: table B.1 - solar factor (g) of the glass part of the window frames type closing factor horizontal transmission g or higher tilted vertically 0.5 0.6 The requirement does not apply: - in the case of windows components (vertical, inclined or horizontal) used as part of the capture of solar energy systems (greenhouses, etc.) specially designed for this purpose, provided that it is guaranteed the correct operation in summer mode, in order to avoid excessive overheating phenomena (greenhouse effect); - In the case of glazed components of which are ensured the shield, as stated in point A.1 or in point B.2. B.2) Verification of shielding Shadows borne The requirements of paragraph B.1 may not be applied to the glazing which are not exposed to solar radiation (for orientation or because they are protected, for example, by shadows cast by other buildings or parts building organism). Its action shall be taken with reference to the position of the sun and the solar radiation incident at 13.00 and at 15.00 on 25 July and should be documented. In any case, however, it must be respected the natural lighting requirement (average daylight factor), when applicable. REQUIREMENT 2.4.2 Reduction of energy consumption in summer mode: Reduction of useful thermal energy demand for summer air conditioning Need to meet Reduce the thermal energy demand for cooling during the summer regime. Scope Uses: - All destinations of use of the buildings, in duly specified limits - All operating functions Type of assistance as defined in Art. 4, paragraph 1, letter a), in the case of new buildings or buildings undergoing major renovation, letter. b) and letter. c) in duly specified limits of performance level In order to ensure the reduction of energy demand for summer air-conditioned building, the conditions laid down in the following specifications must be met: C. building envelope thermal performance in summer conditions D. natural ventilation of buildings C. BEHAVIOUR THERMAL WRAP bUILDING UNDER SUMMER C.1) of the building envelope energy performance index for cooling in the case of new buildings or buildings undergoing major restructuring and other cases referred Art. 4, paragraph 1, letter b) of this Act, for all building categories, as classified according to the intended use of the Art. 3 of this Act (Definitions), we proceed in the design stage to determine the energy performance of the building envelope summer cooling (EPE, invol), equal to the ratio between the annual thermal energy
to cool the building, calculated taking account of the summer design temperature according to the UNI / TS 11300-1 or equivalent, and the useful energy surface, for residential buildings, or the volume for buildings with other uses , and verifying that it does not exceed the limit values ​​in the following table: Tab. C.1) energy performance index for the building envelope summer cooling Epe, inv, (*) excluding colleges, convents, houses penalty and barracks Present use value EPE limit, inv Unit of measure Destination E.1 (*) 30 kWh / m2 per year Other intended uses 10 kWh / m3anno C.2) performance monitoring of the technical elements in the casing case of new buildings or buildings undergoing major restructuring and in other cases under Art. 4, paragraph 1, letter b) and letter. c) of this Act, the latter limited to restructuring, for all building categories, as classified based on the intended use of Art. 3 of this Act (Definitions) except for categories E.5, E.6, E.7 and E.8, for locations where the average monthly value of the irradiance on the horizontal plane, the maximum summer insolation month, im, s, is greater than or equal to 290 W / m2, the technical elements that make up the building envelope must ensure compliance with at least one of the following performance levels for the opaque vertical walls and level C.2.b for horizontal or inclined walls: C.2.a) value of surface mass Ms of the opaque vertical walls (except those included in the quadrant north-west / north / northeast), more than 230 kg / m2. The thermal mass expresses the surface mass M in kg / m2 of opaque vertical closings of the building, and has a direct influence on the dynamic behavior of the wall in relation to the thermal wave phase shift due to solar heat input and thermal radiation. C.2.b) value of the periodic thermal transmittance (Yie), expressed in W / m2K, smaller than given in the following table: Tab. C.2) value of the periodic thermal transmittance of opaque building closures. The periodic thermal transmittance (Yie) represents the ability of an opaque wall to phase shift and attenuate the thermal flux which crosses over 24 hours. Closing Yie (W / m2K) opaque vertical walls (except those included in the north quadrant west / north / northeast) <0:12 horizontal and inclined opaque walls <00:20 The positive effects obtained with the respect of mass values superficial or periodic thermal transmittance of the opaque walls provided in the preceding paragraphs C.2.a) and C.2.b), can be achieved, alternatively, with the use of techniques and materials, also innovative, or green roofs, that allow to contain the oscillations of the temperature of the environments of the trend as a function of solar irradiation. Similarly, solutions can be taken to lessen the thermal load of walls and roofs (cool roofs), through the use of materials (such as plasters, paints, pipes, solar paved) with solar reflectance greater than or equal to 0.65. In such cases it must be produced in support of the technical report referred to in paragraph 17, with appropriate documentation and certification of technologies and materials that certify the equivalence with the above provisions. D) Natural ventilation of buildings in order to reduce thermal loads during summer conditions and cool the building organism space planning solutions must be taken to ensure to best use the external environmental conditions and the distribution characteristics of the spaces for ventilation natural building, with particular reference to the nocturnal ventilation (free cooling). Natural ventilation can be accomplished by: • Cross property unit ventilation, • the cooled air uptake by natural elements and / or facades exposed to summer breezes and / or area of ​​the building with cool air (patios, porches, area north, basements spaces, etc.) • ventilation chimneys or other design and / or technological solutions. In the case that the use of such systems is not practical or effective, it is possible to foresee the use of hybrid ventilation systems (natural and mechanical) or mechanical ventilation. 13) For all building categories, as classified according to the intended use of the Art. 3 of this Act (definitions), for interventions involving the construction, replacement or upgrading of heating systems, requires an adjustment of the devices
Automatic environmental temperature in individual rooms or in the individual zones having characteristics of use and uniform exposures in order not to determine overheating effect of solar gains and the free internal contributions. The installation of these devices must be technically compatible with any accounting system. For the public or intended for public use new buildings or the subject of an integrated restructuring operation, it is mandatory to adopt the systems of control and management in accordance with the following requirement 2.5. REQUIREMENT 2.5 Systems and devices for the regulation of the heating and for the rational use of energy through the control and building management (BACS) The need to satisfy rational use of energy and proper management of energy facilities. Scope Uses of Art. 3 of this Act (definitions): - All destinations of use of buildings Type of measures under Art. 4, paragraph 1, letter a), in the case of new buildings or buildings undergoing major renovation, letter. b) and letter c), the latter limited to the new installation work or renovation of heating systems in existing buildings, on time limits indicated. Level of performance The systems and devices for the regulation of energy installations include all systems to adjust the delivery of energy by the plant system (subsystem of production, distribution and regulation) on the basis of the actual user demand or at room temperature in individual rooms and / or thermal zones to rational energy purposes. In order to ensure the efficiency of the regulation and control of power equipment systems, must be the conditions envisaged in the following specifications: S.1) systems and devices for regulating the operation of the thermal plants S.2) systems and devices for control and automatic management of buildings (Building Automation control System - BACS). S.1) of thermal plants control systems For all building categories, as classified according to the intended use of the Art. 3 of this Act (Definitions), it is necessary that: - there is at least a programmable temperature control unit for each heat generator. In any case, said control unit must: • be driven by the internal temperature detection probes, possibly supported by a similar unit for the outside temperature, with a programmer which allows the regulation of the ambient temperature of two temperature levels over 24 hours, in the case of centralized heating systems • allow the programming and the control of ambient temperature on two levels of temperature over 24 hours, in the case of thermal systems for individual units. - Modulating devices are present for the automatic regulation of room temperature in individual rooms and / or in the individual zones having characteristics of use and uniform exposures in order not to determine overheating for effect of solar gains and the free internal contributions. The installation of these devices must still be technically compatible with any accounting system. For the construction of new buildings with central heating systems for heating in winter, as well as in the case of installation of new central heating systems or renovation or replacement of the heat generators in existing centralized systems, it is required the adoption of systems of thermoregulation and heat metering for each apartment. The heat metering equipment must ensure a measurement error, under conditions of use, less than plus or minus 5%, with reference to UNI standards in force. Even for the accounting reference is made to the applicable standards and guidelines UNI. S.2) devices for the management and control of BACS buildings for all building categories, as classified according to the intended use of the Art. 3 of this Act (Definitions), in the case of operations referred to in Art. 4, paragraph 1, letter a) of the Act, it is necessary for the adoption of appropriate automation devices of energy and technical installations in the building service. The set of devices that allow the automation of energy and technical installations in a building are defined service BACS (Building Automation and Control System) or HBES (Home and Building Electronic System): these systems are divided into four classes of performance in relation to energy efficiency achievable with their adoption.
The Performance classes of BACS / HBES systems are four: - Class 0 (not energy efficiency): includes traditional technical systems and without automation, not efficient from an energy standpoint: this class is not considered in the following table; - Class I (Standard): corresponds to automated systems with traditional control equipment. Class I is considered the reference class, corresponding to the envelopes referred to the previous specification S.1); - Class II (Advanced): includes installations controlled by a bus automation system (BACS / HBES), but also with a centralized and coordinated management of the functions and individual plants (TBM); - Class III (high energy performance) as Class II, but with levels of accuracy and completeness of the automatic control such as to ensure high energy performance to the system. The features that characterize the automation systems of energy and technical installations in the building services are listed and described in S.2 table below: with reference to the UNI EN 15232 or equivalent, for each function are given several possible solutions , listed in rows in the table (with a growing number based on the various services offered by the available devices). For the technical description of each function, please refer to the application guide of the above UNI CEI EN 15232, or equivalent. In the columns of the table S.2 same classes of performance are shown (I, II and III) of the automation systems of energy and technical installations in building services, with reference to the intended use (residential / non-residential) . The minimum equipment for each class of performance is indicated on the intersecting cell: to make classification of the level of performance of an automation system for energy and technical installations in building services, it is necessary that all the minimum conditions laid down for that level they are met. The budget minimum of automation systems of energy and technical installations for new buildings or renovation work is subject to the one shown in the column on the Class I in the list of devices referred to in the table below, with the limitations set forth therein. In the case of public buildings intended for public use newly built or subject to restructuring and still only intended for non-residential uses, the minimum allocation for automation systems of energy and technical installations is given in column for class II in list of devices referred to in the following table S.2, with the limitations set forth therein. Table S.2: List of the minimum functions and performance required for classification of the automation systems of energy and technical installations. With reference to the UNI EN 15232, the table with the letter F defines the function code and the number corresponding to the level of performance. Ref. EN 15232 FEATURES Residential Non-residential classes of performance or C ic and it was nc lev el him I II III I II III 1. CONTROL HEATING CONTROL ISSUE 1.1 The control system is installed in a central location or in its environment F1C 2 automatic control of any room with thermostatic valves or electronic controller XX F2B 3 Automatic control of each environment with communication between the controllers and from your SYSTEM - BUS XX F3A 4 integrated control of each local with demand management (for employment, air quality , etc.) XX 1.2 tEMPERATURE CONTROL oF WATER DISTRIBUTION nETWORK (DELIVERY OR RETURN) F4C 1 compensation of external temperatures XX F5C 2 Control of internal temperatures XXXX 1.3 CONTROL oF DISTRIBUTION pUMPS the controlled pumps can be installed at different levels in the network distribution F6C 1 control on-Off X F7a 2 variable speed pump control with constant p • XXXXX F8A 3 variable speed pump control with proportional p • 1.4 cONTROL INDICATOR oF GENERATION AND / OR dISTRIBUTION a single controller can control different rooms / areas having the same profile as occUfficio Prevention and Ambientezione F9C 1 Automatic control with fixed time program XX F10A 2 Automatic control with start / stop optimized XXXX 1.5 CHECKING tHE GENERATOR F11A 1 Temperature variable in dependence on the outside XXXXXX F14A 2 Temperature variable in dependence on the from
Load 1.6 CONTROL OF DIFFERENT SEQUENCE GENERATORS F13B 1 Priorities based on loads and over the powers of XXXX F14A 2 generators Priority based on the efficiency of generators XX 2. CONTROL COOLING EMISSION CONTROL 2.1 The control system is installed in a central location or in its environment, 1 for the case the system can control different environments F15C 2 Automatic control of each environment with electronic XX F16B 3 Automatic control of each environment with communication between the controllers and from your sYSTEM-BUS XX F17A 4 integrated control of each local with management of request (for employment, air quality, etc.) XX 2.2 tEMPERATURE CONTROL iN COLD WATER DISTRIBUTION NETWORK (DELIVERY OR RETURN) F18C 1 compensation of external temperatures XX F19A 2 Control of internal temperatures XXXX 2.3 CONTROL oF DISTRIBUTION pUMPS the pumps controlled they can be installed at different levels in the distribution network F20C 1 Control on-Off X F21A 2 variable speed pump control with constant p • XXXXX F22A 3 variable speed pump control with proportional p • 2.4 CONTROL INDICATOR oF GENERATION AND / OR dISTRIBUTION a only controller can control different rooms / zones with the same employment profile F23C 1 Automatic control with fixed time program XX F24A 2 Automatic control with start / stop optimized XXXX 2.5 INTERLOCK BETWEEN HEATING AND COOLING AT ISSUE AND / OR DISTRIBUTION just in case where there are both plants F25B 1 Partial interlock (dependent on HVAC air conditioning system) XXXX F26A 2 total interlock XX 2.6 CHECKING tHE GENERATOR F27A 1 Temperature variable in dependence on the outside XXXXXX F28A 2 variable temperature depending on the load from 2.7 SEQUENTIAL CONTROL oF DIFFERENT generators F29B 1 Priorities based on loads and the power generators XXXX F30A 2 Priorities based on the efficiency of generators XX 3. CONTROL oF tHE FAN aND tHE PACKAGING 3.1 CONTROL AIR DELIVERY iN ENVIRONMENT F31B 2 time Control XXX F32AB 3 Control XX F33A 4 presence control on request X 3.2 AIR cONTROL UNIT oF AIR TREATMENT F34AC 1 Automatic flow control on / Off time or XX XXXX F35A 2 control pressure 3.3 cONTROL DEFROST HEAT RECOVERY (IF ANY) F36A 1 With control defrost XXXXXX 3.4 cONTROL wARMING HEAT RECOVERY (IF ANY) F37A 1 With overheating control XXXXXX 3.5 cOOLING MECHANICAL fREE F38C 1 cooling night XX F39A 2 free cooling (free cooling) XXX F40A 3 control Hx, enthalpy X 3.6 TEMPERATURE cONTROL oF dELIVERY F41C September 1 point constant XX F42B September 2 point depending on outside temperature XX F43A September 3 point dependent XX load 3.7 hUMIDITY CONTROL F44C 1 humidity Limitation delivery XX F45C 2 humidity control flow XXXX F46> 3 humidity control in local or emitted 4. CONTROLLOILLUMINAZIONE 4.1 cONTROL pRESENCE F47C 1 XX manual ignition (*) Note (*) manual ignition + automatic shutdown F48A 2 presence detection Auto-On / reduction / Off XXXX F49A 3 presence detection Auto on / Auto-Off F50A 4 manual ignition + presence detection Auto on / reduction / Off F51A 5 manual ignition + presence detection Auto on / Auto-Off 4.2 DAYLIGHT CONTROL the system adjusts the brightness of the lamps according to the light coming from 'external - 0 No control XX XXXX F52A 1 Automated 4.3 cONTROL sOLAR SHIELDS (ES SHUTTERS, BLINDS CURTAIN ACTIVE) - 0 manual Operation X - 1 X Motorized with manual operation (*) Note (*) only if the solar factor (g) the glass is greater than 0.5 F53BC 2 Motorized operation with automatic control XX F54A 3 combined light / blinds / HVAC XX 4.4 cONTROL wITH HOME AUTOMATION SYSTEMS AND AUTOMATION BUILDING (HBA) - 0 No XX control F55B 1 centralized control configured for ' user: es. programs to temp, reference values ​​(set point), etc. XX F56A 2
centralized control optimized: eg self-adaptive controls, reference values ​​(set-point) calibration. XX 4.5 BUILDING (TBM) TECHNICAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS - 0 No TBM control XX F57A 1 fault detection, diagnosis and provision of technical support XX F58A 2 Report regarding energy consumption, indoor conditions and possibilities for improvement XX 14) For all categories of buildings as classified according to the intended use of the Art. 3 of this Act (Definitions), in the case of construction of new buildings, the complete renovation of existing buildings, the new installation of air conditioning systems in existing buildings or renovation of the same is required the preparation of the necessary works to facilitate the connection to networks district heating (see requirement 2.6 point B). 15) For all building categories, as classified according to the intended use of the Art. 3 of this Act (Definitions), is mandatory in the design stage to foresee the use of renewable sources to cover a portion of the thermal energy consumption of the building as specified in section 2.6 nell'requisito A. 16) For all building categories, as classified according to the intended use of the Art. 3 of this Act (Definitions), in the case of new buildings or buildings undergoing major renovation, it is compulsory in the design stage to foresee the use of renewable sources to share coverage of the electrical energy consumption of the building as specified in section 2.6 nell'requisito C. REQUIREMENT 2.6 use of renewable energy sources (RES) or equivalent requirement to be met Limit non-renewable primary energy consumption and to contribute to the limitation of pollutants and greenhouse gas emissions. Scope Uses of Art. 3 of this Act (definitions): - All destinations of use of buildings Type of measures under Art. 4, paragraph 1, in duly specified limits. Performance Level In order to limit the consumption of primary energy is not renewable and contribute to the limitation of pollutants and greenhouse gas emissions is mandatory the use of renewable sources for the production of heat and electricity. In particular, the conditions laid down in the following specifications: A. production of thermal energy from RES should be verified; B. Connection to district heating and / or cooling; C. production of electricity from RES; D. implementation procedures; E. specific provisions for thermal plants fueled with biomass fuels; F. to plant design and technical feasibility; G. disposizionispecificheperladeterminazionedell'energiadafontirinnovabilidellepompedi heat. A. Heat production from RES A.1. production of thermal energy for the production of domestic hot water from RES In the case of interventions of new installation of thermal plants or the refurbishment of heating systems in existing buildings, the heat system and / or the water-sanitary technological installation must be designed and implemented in order to ensure coverage, through to energy use produced by plants fueled by renewable sources, the following percentages of the domestic hot water consumption: a) for interventions for which the building permit application is made by 'entry into force of this Act and until 31 December 2015: - 35% of the consumption planned for the domestic hot water, b) for interventions for which the building permit application is submitted after 1 January 2016: - 50% of consumption for domestic hot water, this limit is: - not required for buildings classified according to the current PRG zone in A1, A2, A3, or those identified by the Law 147 of 2005 or for those that fall within the UNESCO perimeter of the site referred to in Law No. 133 of 2009; - Increased by 10% for public buildings. In cases where it is found the technical impossibility or economic unsustainability of the fulfillment of the requirement in question, this condition must be substantiated by appropriate technical report issued by the technical designer to be evaluated as part of the 'Office for Construction based on Regulation technical drawn up by the Authority for Regulating public Services and Energy. The Office for Construction, in specific cases where they present assessment impossible according to the Regulations, asking the opinion all'Auotorità which must deliver within 30 days of receiving the request for an opinion. A.2. production of thermal energy for the production of domestic hot water, for the heating and cooling from RES
In the case of new buildings or buildings undergoing major restructuring, and in the cases under Art. 4, paragraph 1, letter b), the heating system and / or water-health technology system shall be designed and constructed so as to ensure the simultaneous compliance with the coverage, through to use energy produced by plants fueled by renewable sources , a portion of the expected use for domestic hot water as described in the preceding paragraph and the following percentages of the thermal energy consumption: c) for interventions for which the building permit application is made after the entry into force of this law and until 31 December 2015: - 35% of the sum of the total estimated consumption for domestic hot water, heating and cooling d) for interventions for which the building permit application is submitted from 1 January 2016: - 50% of the sum of the total estimated consumption for domestic hot water, heating and cooling limits in the preceding letter. a) and letter. b) are: - not required for buildings classified according to the current PRG zone in A1, A2, A3, or those identified by 147 of the 2005 Law or to those that fall within the perimeter of the site UNESCO of Law No. 133 of 2009; - Increased by 10% for public buildings. In cases where it is found the technical impossibility or economic unsustainability of the fulfillment of the requirement in question, this condition must be substantiated by appropriate technical report issued by the technical designer to be evaluated as part of the 'Office for Construction based on Regulation technical drawn up by 'Regulatory Authorities for Public Services and Energy. The Office for Construction, in specific cases where they present assessment impossible according to the Regulations, asking the opinion all'Auotorità which must deliver within 30 days of receiving the request for an opinion. A.3. Conditions and alternative / compensation systems to satisfy that requirement The obligations referred to in points A.1 and A.2 can not be carried out through renewable energy plants that produce electricity exclusively used for the direct production of thermal energy (Joule effect) for the production of sanitary hot water, the heating and cooling. On the use of solar panels placed on the roofs of buildings, the aforementioned components must be attached to or integrated in the same roof, with the same inclination and orientation of the water table. The requirements referred to in points A.1 and A.2 are intended also to be met: i) the installation in the building or in the building complex of units of micro or small high-efficiency cogeneration can produce thermal energy to cover equivalent shares of the consumption planned for the domestic hot water, heating and cooling, with characteristics comply with the specifications in Annex 10; ii) by connecting to a network of district heating set out in paragraph B, covering the entire heat demand for space heating and the supply of hot water; iii) through participation in equivalent units in power plants to produce thermal energy supplied by renewable sources or from high-efficiency cogeneration units, even in the ownership of a person other than the end user and also made by conversion of existing facilities in San Marino territory. District heating and B. In the case of construction of new buildings, the complete renovation of existing buildings, the new installation of air conditioning systems in existing buildings or renovation of the same is mandatory establishment of necessary works to facilitate the connection to district heating networks and / or cooling, in the presence of the network sections at a distance less than 1000 meters or in case of projects envisaged by the local land-use planning tools and planning and under construction. C Production of electricity from RES C.1 Sizing of systems for all building categories, as classified according to the intended use of the Art. 3 of this Act (Definitions), in the case of new buildings or buildings undergoing major renovation, it is compulsory in the design stage to foresee the use of renewable sources to share coverage of the electrical energy consumption of the building . To this end, it is obligatory to install on or inside the building or in the related appurtenances of installations for the production of electrical energy supplied by renewable sources subservient to the uses
Electric building, with characteristics such as to ensure the simultaneous compliance with the following conditions: a) electric power P installed not less than 1 kW and 0.5 kW per housing unit for every 100 m2di usable area of ​​energy to use non-residential buildings; b) P installed electrical capacity of no less than: - P = Sq / 65, when the request of the relevant building permit is submitted after the entry into force of this Act to 31 December 2015, - P = Sq / 50, when the request of the relevant building permit shall be submitted by 1 January 2016, where Sq is the floor area of ​​the building measured in m2. On the use of photovoltaic solar panels placed on the roofs of buildings, the aforementioned components must be attached to or integrated in the same roof, with the same inclination and orientation of the water table. The limits mentioned in the previous letter. a) and letter. b) are: - Not required for buildings classified according to the current PRG zone in A1, A2, A3, or those identified by 147 of the 2005 Law or to those that fall within the perimeter of the site UNESCO of Law No. 133 of 2009; - Increased by 10% for public buildings. In cases where it is found the technical impossibility or economic unsustainability of the fulfillment of the requirement in question, this condition must be substantiated by appropriate technical report issued by the technical designer to be evaluated as part of the 'Office for Construction based on Regulation technical drawn up by 'Regulatory Authorities for Public Services and Energy. The Office for Construction, in specific cases where they present assessment impossible according to the Regulations, asking the opinion that the Authority will have to take within 30 days of receiving the request for an opinion. C.2 Terms and alternative / compensation systems to satisfy that requirement The obligations set out in point C.1 means also satisfied: i) the installation in the building or in the building complex of micro or small units with high cogeneration performance can cover equivalent shares in electric power plants fueled by renewable sources, with characteristics comply with the specifications in Annex 10; ii) under the cover of an equivalent share in electric power by connecting to an efficient system of user (SEU) or a local network user (RLU), as defined in art. 3, powered by renewable sources or from high-efficiency cogeneration units, or by connecting to the district heating networks in the previous point B, and only when they are subservient to the high efficiency cogeneration unit; iii) through participation in equivalent shares in the power of power plants, even in the ownership of a person other than the end user, powered by renewable sources, energy from waste from the production process would not otherwise be used, or by cogeneration plants high yield, sites in the area where is located the same building. D. Implementing measures Detailed procedures for applying the provisions laid down in A, B, C and F, are defined with the urban planning tools San Marino, in order to correspond to the specifications mentioned in point A.3) to ii) and iii), point B and point C to ii) and iii). In particular the Office of Regional Planning, in collaboration UPA, the Office for Construction and the AASS, as part of the activities and updating of the relevant instruments of territorial planning and urban planning, in order to meet the provisions of the previous points shall: - identify the various areas for which it envisages the creation of a network of energy infrastructure in the settlement system service; - To identify areas suitable for achieving the production facilities of energy from renewable sources or from high-efficiency cogeneration; - To activate the procedures through which to select, even with bankruptcy modes, the most suitable proposals for action to implement the infrastructure and facilities of the previous points, the public interest and the local community. The competition can take part in building owners and operators interested in participating in the implementation of interventions; E. Special provisions for installations using biomass E.1 Requirements for thermal plants fueled by biomass For the purposes of this Act are considered falling between plants fueled by renewable source heating installations with heat generators fed with biomass fuels that meet the following requirements: a) the nominal minimum profit performance conforms to class 3 of the European standard EN
303-5; b) emission limits in analogy with the provisions of Annex IX to the fifth part of the Italian Legislative Decree 3 April 2006, n. 152, as amended, or the more restrictive limits set by the air quality plans if any; c) use biomass fuels falling within eligible expenditure in analogy to Annex X to the fifth part of the same legislative decree Italian 3 April 2006, n. 152, as amended. E.2 Requirements of the building-plant system for all building categories, as classified according to the intended use of the Art. 3 of this Act (Definitions), in the case of new buildings and in other cases under Art. 4, paragraph 1, letter a), b) and c), the latter limited to the total renovation of this Act, where it is planned to install heating installations with heat generators fed by biomass fuels, is proceeds at the design stage to verify: - that the heat generator meets the requirements referred to in paragraph 6 above; The examination should also be performed in cases of new installation or renovation of heating systems in existing buildings; - That the value of thermal transmittance (U) of the different building structures, opaque and transparent, that delimit the building to the outside or unheated rooms is less than or equal to that reported in the appropriate tables of 2.1.2 requirement. In such cases, and until the adoption of the applicable technical standards for the calculation of the energy performance for the purposes of this Act assumes a share of fossil primary energy equivalent to the energy actually supplied to the system multiplied by the factor 0.3. F. Sizing of equipment and technical feasibility Compliance with the requirements referred to in letters A and C is a necessary condition for the release of the qualification, subject to the following provisions. The feedback regarding the optimal plant design and the possible technical impossibility to satisfy, in full or in part, the provisions of the points A and C should be disclosed by the designer in the technical report referred to in paragraph 17, and detailed examining all the different technology options available. In such cases, it is mandatory to obtain an index of overall energy performance of the building (EPtot) that is lower than the corresponding limit value (EPtot, lim) determined as indicated in paragraph 1 above, in accordance with the following formula: ≤, ⎣ ⎢ ⎢ ⎡1% + 2% + 4 ⎦ ⎥ ⎥ ⎤ where: -% obbligoè the value of the sum of the consumption percentage provided for hot water, heating and cooling to be covered, according 2.6.a of the requirement through renewable sources; -% Effettivaè the value of the percentage actually achieved by the assistance; - Pobbligoè the value of the electric power plants fueled by renewable sources, that must be installed in accordance with point 17; - Peffettivaè the value of the electric power plants fueled by renewable sources actually installed on the building. G. Specific provisions for the determination of energy from renewable sources for heat pumps For the purposes of the determination of the energy performance EP, the amount of available energy from heat pumps to be considered energy from renewable sources, ERES, source aerothermal, geothermal and water source, is calculated by applying the following methodology. In the case of electrical heat pumps, is to consider: SPF = η = SCOP EPDC / Ep, pdc where: - SPF is the yield factor defined in Annex VII of Directive 2009/28 / EC - SCOP (Seasonal coefficient of performance) is the average seasonal performance factor, estimated on the basis of the standardized method - Epdcè the energy supplied by the heat pump during the season (kWh / year) given by the sum of energy supplied by the heat pump to the computing unit, in the months of heating - Ep, CEPD the primary energy consumed by the heat pump during the entire heating season (kWh / year) - η is the energy conversion factor for primary energy as defined in Article 3 of this Act (definitions ). Only for heat pump systems with SPF> 1.15 proceeds to the renewable energy calculation according to the equation: ERES = EPDC * [1 - (1 / (SPF))] (kWh / year) for plants for which is not checked in operating condition performance SPF> 1.15 can not make the calculation of ERES. In the case of gas heat pumps apply the same provisions, whereas the η factor equal to 1 until the determination of a more appropriate value.
17) The designer must enter calculations and checks laid down in this Annex in the report attesting compliance with the requirements for containment of the energy consumption of buildings and their heating systems; the building owner, or whoever has the title, must file these documents with the competent authority in accordance with provisions relating to certificates of permission. Schemes and procedures for reference for the compilation of technical reports are given in Annex 3. 18) For the purposes of wider application of the provisions of this law, this project report must be obligatorily integrated through verification certificate on the application of those rules. 19) The calculations and verifications necessary to comply with this Act shall be carried out using methods that guarantee the results conform to the highest engineering standards. They are considered as meeting this requirement the technical standards established by the institutions responsible for national or EU level, such as the UNI and CEN, or other calculation methods endorsed by decree of the Republic of San Marino. From the date of entry into force of this provision, for the calculation methodology of the energy performance of buildings is referred to the following technical standards: a) UNI TS 11300 Energy performance of buildings - Part 1: Determination of the thermal energy demand the building for heating and air conditioned, and subsequent amendments; b) UNI TS 11300 Energy performance of buildings - Part 2 Determination of primary energy and yields for winter heating and for the production of hot water for hygienic-sanitary use and subsequent amendments. c) UNI / TS 11300-3 Energy performance of buildings - Part 3: Determination of primary energy demand and efficiency for summer air conditioning; d) UNI / TS 11300-4 Energy performance of buildings - Part 4: Use of renewable energies and other methods of generation for space heating and to produce hot water. The use of other approved methods and procedures or developed by institutional bodies such as the ENEA, the University or the National Research Council institutes, it is possible, provided that the results achieved be equivalent or conservative than those obtainable by the previously called calculation methods. To ensure strict calculation of the energy performance of the necessary that these methods take into account the following elements: a) the heat exchange for transmission between the air-conditioned environment and the external environment; b) for the heat exchange ventilation (natural and mechanical); c) the heat exchange for transmission and ventilation between adjacent zones at different temperatures; d) the internal thermal loads; e) the solar thermal contribution; f) the heat storage in the mass of the building; g) any humidity control in air-conditioned environments; h) the terms of issue of heat in heating systems and the corresponding energy losses; i) the method of distribution of heat in heating systems and the corresponding energy losses; j) the method of storing heat in heating systems and the corresponding energy losses; k) the generation mode of the heat and the corresponding energy losses; l) the effect of any plant systems for the use of renewable sources of energy; m) for new buildings in the tertiary sector with greater volume of 10,000 m3, the influence of dynamic phenomena, through the use of appropriate simulation models, unless it can be demonstrated the limited impact of such phenomena in the specific case. The calculation applications tools of the above methods (commercial software), ensure that the values ​​of the energy performance indices, calculated through their use, have a maximum deviation of plus or minus 5 percent compared to the corresponding parameters determined with the 'application of the national reference tool. The guarantee is provided through a verification and declaration made by the heating engineer Italian Committee (CTI) or the National Board of Italian Unification (UNI). Pending the issuance of the statement above, the same is replaced by self-declaration of the producer of the calculation tool, in which the reference of the verification and advanced declaration required appears from the said person to one of the agencies listed above. 20) For the determination of the energy performance EP, the amount of available energy from heat pumps to be considered energy from renewable sources, ERES, source
aerothermal, geothermal or hydrothermal, is based on the criteria set out in Annex VII of Directive 28/2009, applying the following methodology. In the case of electrical heat pumps, is to consider: SPF = = η.SCOP EPDC / Ep, pdc where: - SPF is the yield factor defined in Annex VII of Directive 2009/28 / EC - SCOP (Seasonal coefficient of performance ) is the average seasonal performance factor, estimated on the basis of the standardized method - Epdcè the energy supplied by the heat pump during the season (kWh / year) given by the sum of energy supplied by the heat pump to the computing unit, in the months heating - Ep, CEPD the primary energy consumed by the heat pump during the entire heating season (kWh / year) - η is the energy conversion factor for primary energy, already defined all'art.3dellapresente law . Only for heat pump systems with SPF> 1.15 proceeds to the renewable energy calculation according to the equation: ERES = EPDC * [1 - (1 / (SPF))] (kWh / year) for plants for which is not checked in operating condition performance SPF> 1.15 can not make the calculation of ERES. In the case of gas heat pumps apply the same provisions, whereas the η factor equal to 1 until the determination of a more appropriate value. ANNEX 3 (To the law 3 April 2014 n. 48) TECHNICAL REPORT The technical report scheme described below contains the minimum information necessary to ensure compliance with the existing rules by the competent public bodies. 1. INFORMAZIONIGENERALI Location - Address Project for the realization of (specify the type of works) Title qualifying (CON / AUT) n. Classification of the building (or complex of buildings) by the category of Art. 3 of this Act (Definitions) (to consist of parts from different categories buildings, specify different categories) Number of housing units Client (s) Designer (s) of the heating and thermal insulation of the building manager (s) works of heating systems and thermal insulation of the building  the building (or complex of buildings) is of the kind of public or intended for public use 2. fACTORS TIPOLOGYCAL bUILDING (oR bUILDING cOMPLEX) elements typological provided for the sole purpose of supporting this technical report, are as follows:  plants of each of the buildings floor with guidance and indication of prevalent use of the individual premises  statements and sections of the buildings with highlighting of sun protection systems  Processed graphs for any specially designed passive solar systems to encourage the exploitation of solar gains 3. PARAMETERS oF CLIMATE LOCATION day degrees (the settlement area) GG minimum design winter temperature (outside air in compliance with UNI 5364 and subsequent updates or equivalent) ° C Max summer project (outside air in accordance with UNI 10349 and subsequent updates, or equivalent) ° C Umiditàrelativadell'ariadiprogettoperlaclimatizzazioneestiva, ifprovided (UNI 10339 and subsequent updates, or equivalent)% Irradiance solar summer maximum horizontal surface: daily average value (according to UNI 10349 and subsequent updates, or equivalent) W / m 2 4. TECHNICAL DATA aND CONSTRUCTION BUILDING (oR COMPLEX oF BUILDINGS) aND STRUCTURES fOR volume parts building habitable or fit for use before the structures that delimit (V) m3 outer surface delimiting the volume (S) m2 S / V m-1 Usable building energy m2 design value of the internal temperature for winter heating or heating ° C indoor relative humidity value project for winter heating% design value of internal temperature for summer air conditioning or cooling (*) ° C indoor relative humidity value project for summer air conditioning (*) % (*) if present 5. DATA ON THERMAL SYSTEMS 5.1 Description 5.1.a plant) Type   central autonomous system Description of the system: the generation of temperature control systems of thermal energy accounting systems Systems of carrier distribution systems heat forced ventilation systems (if any): types of thermal storage systems (if any): types of production systems and domestic hot water distribution. Indicate whether:  combined heating domestic hot water production +  generator for separate domestic hot water (in this case include the particulars of hot water generator)
Hardness of the water supply of heat generators for an installed capacity exceeding 350kW French Degrees 5.1B) Specifications for the thermal energy generators (to be completed for each heat generator) Heat transfer fluid Nominal value of thermal power kW Efficiency useful heat at 30% Pn% thermal efficiency of the heat generator useful at 30% Pn of the boiler condensing the following conditions: - the flow temperature to users - users return temperature ° C ° C value of the project thermal efficiency to 30% Pn% minimum useful thermal output value to 30% of Pn (if applicable)% in the case of generators fueled with biomass, rated minimum useful efficiency (UNI EN 303-5) thermal efficiency class useful (or combustion for hot air generators) to 100% Pn of the heat generator (ηu)% thermal efficiency at 100% Pn of the boiler condensing the following conditions - flow temperature to the user - return water temperature from 'catchment% ° C ° C% of the project value minimum value prescribed by the Law 72/08 as amended (if necessary)% in the case of generators fueled with biomass, emission levels in the atmosphere mg / Nm3 - total dust - total organic carbon ( COT) mg / Nm3 - carbon monoxide (CO) mg / Nm3 - nitrogen oxides (expressed as NO2) mg / Nm3 - oxides of sulfur (expressed as SO2) mg / Nm3 Fuel used (in the case of generators using more than a fuel indicate the type and the percentage of use of individual fuels; in the case of generators fed with biomass, to indicate the type and origin) NOTE - For heating installations with or without production of sanitary hot water, which use, in whole or in part, machines different from conventional heat generators (such as, for example, , chillers, heat pumps, combined heat and power plant groups), the performance of different machines from conventional heat generators are provided indicating the characteristics normally used for equipment specifications, applying, where they exist, the applicable technical standards. 5.1.c) Specifications relating to the heating system and control systems Type of management provided continuous with intermittent night setback of the heating system and remote control system, if any concise description of the functions of temperature control system in the boiler room (only for centralized systems) - unit temperature control brief description of functions - Number of temperature programming levels in the 24 hours - implementing bodies brief description of the functions of temperature control system of the individual zones or building units - Number of equipment brief description of functions - Number of programming levels temperature in the 24 hours devices for automatic control of room temperature in individual rooms or in the individual areas, each having user features and standard loans - Number of equipment brief description of devices Endowment BACS systems (if any) brief description of devices 5.1.d ) Devices for heat metering in individual units (only for centralized systems) Number of equipment brief description of the device 5.1.e) of thermal energy distribution terminals Number of units (if applicable) type rated thermal output (when applicable) nominal electrical power (when applicable) 5.1.f) Condotti evacuation of combustion products Description and key features (signifying by what standard is backed sizing) 5.1.g) water conditioning systems (type of treatment) 5.1. h) of the thermal insulation of the distribution network specifications (type, thermal conductivity, thickness) 5.1.i) Specifications / and pump / and circulation (flow, head, power input, etc.) 6. MAIN RESULTS oF CALCULATIONS 6.1 thermo-physical data concerning the building covering 6.1.a) transmittance closures design value limit thermal transmittance value of vertical closures (Uop) W / m 2K W / m2K heat transmission of horizontal or inclined closures coverage (Uop) W / m 2K W / m2K thermal transmittance of the horizontal base closures (Uop) W / m 2K W / m2K thermal transmittance of windows (UW) W / m 2K W / m2K 6.1.b) Thermal transmittance (U) of the elements or partitions between housing units neighboring project value limit value thermal transmittance of the vertical partition wall W / m2K W / m2K thermal transmittance of separation slabs W / m2K W / m2K
6.1.c) Attenuation of thermal bridges (measures and calculations) 6.1.d) periodic thermal transmittance value of the project value limit periodic thermal transmittance of the vertical wall, Yie W / m2K W / m2K periodic thermal transmittance of horizontal or inclined wall, Yie W / m2K W / m2K 6.1.e) thermal behavior in the summer mode of building envelope energy performance index for cooling (EPE, inv) design value [kWh / m2 per year] limit value (Law 72/08 as amended) [kWh / m2anno] 6.2 external doors and windows and shielding characteristics of air permeability Class of exterior doors Assessment of screening systems of glazed surfaces: Description of shielding members -Percentage transparent surfaces of the screens features solar factor (g) of the component glass building envelope with windows. Comparison and verification with the stated values ​​from the Law 72/08 and subsequent amendments (if applicable) 6.3 Control of condensation Return the thermohygrometric analysis of opaque building structures 6.4 Ventilation numbers of air changes (24-hour average) (specify for different areas) of parts air flow (G) only in cases of controlled mechanical ventilation [m³ / h] working air flow through the heat recovery equipment dispersed (only if required by the project) [m³ / h] thermal efficiency of heat recovery equipment dispersed (only if required by the project) [%] 6.5 6.5.a Check the heating system) returns the value of the thermal plant subsystems seasonal average returns of project production efficiency [%] setting efficiency [ %] distribution yield [%] emission efficiency [%] mean thermal plant seasonal Yield: design value [%] threshold value [%] 6.5.b) Average Yield seasonal 6.6) energy performance Indicators 6.6. a) energy performance index for winter heating design value EPi [kWh / m2 per year - kWh / m3anno] Comparison with the limit value [kWh / m2 per year - kWh / m3anno] fuel consumption [l / kg or Nm3] energy need electricity mains [kWhel] of locally produced electricity demand (RES) [kWhel] 6.6.b) energy performance index normalized for winter heating design value (transformation of the corresponding figure calculated in step 6.6.a) [kJ / m³GG] 6.6.c) energy performance Index for the production of domestic hot water (EPacs) of EPacs project value [kWh / m2 per year - kWh / m3anno] Comparison with the limit value [kWh / m2 per year - kWh / m3anno] fuel requirements [l / kg or Nm3] of net electricity consumption [kWhel] of locally produced electricity demand (RES) [kWhel] 6.7) Equipment and systems for the production of energy from renewable sources and other power generation systems 6.7.a ) plants using renewable sources for the production of domestic hot water (thermal energy production from RES) Description, technical and functional characteristics Thermal energy schemes useful for the production of ACS produced by RES [kWh / year] of annual primary energy requirement for DHW production [kWh / year] of the annual requirement coverage ratio [%] 6.7.b) installations renewable sources for electricity production (production of electricity from RES) Description, technical data and functional diagrams electrical power from RES installed (if applicable) [kW] electricity produced from renewable sources [kWh / year] of the building electricity consumption [kWh / year] of the annual requirement coverage ratio [%]
6.7.c) Other power generation systems (units or systems of micro or small scale and / or connection to the consortium facilities and / or district heating networks) Description and specifications of equipment systems and equipment, the relevant functional importance (In If plants connected to heating networks give the results of the generator and district heating provided by the operator) installed thermal power and / or electricity network provided [kW - kW] installed electrical power and / or electricity supplied [kW - kWh] 6.7.d) compensatory systems Describe the compensatory systems adopted for the purpose of fulfilling the minimum requirements of production of energy from RES (points 6.7.a. and 6.7.b.): 7.ELEMENTI SPECIFIC BEHIND ANY EXCEPTIONS tO RULES LAID DOWN bY LAW lAW in cases where the current legislation permits exceptions to generally valid obligations in this section are adequately explained the reasons which justify the derogation in this case. 8. SPECIFIC ASSESSMENTS FOR THE USE OF RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES Indicate the technologies that, at the design stage, were evaluated for the purposes of satisfying the energy needs through use of renewable energy sources or assimilated, and justify the choices made (points 6.7.a. and 6.7.b.) in relation to: - the characteristics and potential of the site - limits related to construction-type settlements - optimal sizing - other 9. ATTACHED DOCUMENTATION (indicative list) N. plants of each of the buildings floor guidance and indication of prevalent use of the individual premises. No elevations and sections of the buildings with highlighting of any sun protection systems (complete with documentation for the CE marking). No elaborate graphics inherent in the use of shading masks for the design of control systems for shielding and / or shading. No drawings relating to any passive solar systems specifically designed to encourage the exploitation of solar gains. No functional diagrams of the systems containing the elements referred to the similar item in the section 'Data relating to facilities. No tables and processed with an indication of the thermal characteristics, temperature and humidity of the opaque building envelope components. No tables detailing the thermal characteristics of the building envelope components with windows and their permeability including the characteristics of transmitting heat to the interior its spaces (solar factor) No elaborate acts to document and describe the real cross-ventilation unit , the air capture systems, the ventilation chimney systems or other design and / or technological solutions. Any other documentation necessary to demonstrate the fulfillment of the performance levels required by the minimum requirements. 10. DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY The undersigned, in writing (please register, relevant professional board of belonging, as well as the province, enrollment number) being aware of the penalties provided for by the national legislation of San Marino declares under its own responsibility that: a) project relating to the works mentioned above complies with the provisions of Law 72/08, as amended b) the data and information contained in the technical report are consistent with the content or inferred in the construction documents. c) Subject Certifying charge under Law 72/08 as amended is: n. Accreditation: Date Signature ANNEX 4 (To the law 3 April 2014 n. 48) CERTIFICATE OF QUALIFICATION ENERGY BUILDINGS 1. In accordance with the provisions of Art. 5, paragraphs 4 and 5 of this Act, a certificate of qualification energy must be drawn up. For new buildings and for the existing building called Art. 4, paragraph 1, lett. a), the certificate must be drawn up with reference to the building / facility as a whole system. In all other cases under Art. 4, paragraph 1, letters b and c) of this Act, the certificate can also be arranged only the parts of the building or facility subject to intervention. In this case the recommendations related to improvement measures must still cover the entire building. 2. The certificate of energy classification (or part thereof), drawn up by one or more qualified technicians, in reference to their own areas of competence, and sworn by the project manager: a) certifies the compliance of the works to the project, in compliance with the limit values ​​set by current regulations
b) certify the total or partial energy performance of the building / plant system c) indicates the possible improvements in a cost / benefit. 3. The technician who signs the certificate is not necessarily foreign to the property, to the design and implementation of interventions. 4. The qualification of the technician who signs the certificate is demonstrated by its authorization to practice by the relevant Order or College, proven by enrolled in the relevant Register. 5. The responsibility regarding the accuracy of the content of the certificate of qualification energy (including as regards the fulfillment of the criteria and the determination of energy performance methods) is in effect placed in the hands of the technician who subscribes. 6. Energetic qualification procedure includes the following phases: 6.1) in the planning and project execution tasks of the technical / the qualified / s: a) determination of the energy performance of the building or parts of it, occurs the compliance with the limit values ​​set by current regulations; b) collection of the input data and application of appropriate method of calculation, in accordance to what is stated in Annex 6; tasks of the project manager: a) monitoring ongoing intervention implementation, for compliance with the same design specifications and proper execution of the work; b) control of any changes during construction, and updating of project documentation (as-built); 6.2) at the end of work: tasks / technical / the qualified / s: a) any re-determination of the energy performance of the building (or part of a building subject to intervention) based on an update of energy project made following of changes during construction; b) simulation and evaluation of possible improvements over the casing, on single plant systems and on management and control systems in order to optimize energy performance, also in terms of its convenience in terms of cost / benefit ratio; c) final issue of the certificate of qualification energy indicating the role played in relation to the building and / or intervention tasks of the project manager: a) attestation of conformity with the intervention project created and the certificate of qualification energy. 7. The 'Energy Qualification Certificate shall include the following descriptive elements, only if falling under the assistance in question: a) the title explicitly indicating the nature of the document (certificate of qualification energy); b) identification data (cadastral references) Property (housing unit), the owner of the / s / designer of the architectural design and building of energy facilities in service, the works and the manufacturer's director; c) identification data of qualified professional who issues the certificate, with evidence of which is or has been his role in relation to the building itself; d) the date of issue of the certificate of qualification energy; e) indication of the calculation methods used; f) climatic parameters of the locality: degree-, minimum winter temperature (of the project), maximum summer temperature (of the project), relative humidity, solar irradiance maximum summer; g) the dimensional characteristics of the building (housing unit): Air-conditioned volume, working surface energy, dispersing the surface, S / V ratio; h) if the scope of intervention, the evaluation procedure results of the energy performance with an indication of the value of energy performance (primary energy) EPtotcomplessivo and the individual sub-indices EP (EPiper winter heating, EPacsper the production of ACS , EPeper summer air conditioning, EPillper artificial lighting), as indicated in Annex 6, and verification of their compliance with the minimum requirements; i) building envelope characteristics in winter conditions: value and verification, if provided from the scope of intervention, the thermal transmittance (U) of the different closures (opaque and transparent), attenuation of thermal bridges; j) the building envelope characteristics in summer mode: value and verification, if provided from the scope of intervention, the index of energy performance for cooling Epe, cat, or the mass of the periodic thermal transmittance Yie opaque closures, the percentage screen of transparent closures, the solar factor of the glass components; k) features and data relating to natural or mechanical ventilation system (if any);
l) and Energy-plant yields for winter heating, indicating the source of energy and / or fuel used (if any); m) value and verification, if provided from the scope of intervention of the average seasonal thermal system overall performance; n) of useful thermal energy demand for space heating, expressed in kWh / year; o) and Energy-plant yields for summer air conditioning and the indication of the energy carrier and / or fuel used (if any); p) of useful thermal energy demand for summer air conditioning in kWh / year; q) characteristics and yield of the plant health or heat the water system technology for the production of hot water for sanitary use (ACS) (if present); r) of useful thermal energy demand for DHW production in kWh / year; s) characteristics of the installation for the artificial lighting of the environments; t) electricity needs for artificial lighting (if applicable); u) the description and characteristics of plant systems and equipment for the management, automation and building control (supplied BACS systems) and the accounting system (if provided); v) description and characteristics of plant systems and equipment for the production and use of renewable energy and its contribution to the coverage of primary energy demand total w) description and characteristics of other systems and plant equipment in power generation or to fruition of district heating or of plants using renewable sources of collective use, or compensatory systems adopted in accordance with requirement 2.6 of Schedule 2 of this Act; x) declaration of conformity of the characteristics, values ​​and the indices of the previous points with the minimum energy performance requirements set by the regulations in force, in relation to the scope of application of the intervention; y) information on potential interventions to improve energy performance, with their summary assessment in terms of costs and benefits; z) signature of the sworn / technical / i for parts of competence, with indication of the role played within the framework of the intervention carried out; aa) sworn signature of project manager certifying the compliance of the works created in the project. ANNEX 5 (To the law 3 April 2014 n. 48) PROCEDURE FOR CERTIFICATION OF BUILDINGS 1. Criteria for the application of energy certification Buildings and property units that fall within the scope of the provisions of Art.5 of this Act shall be equipped with an energy performance certificate: are considered not subject to these provisions buildings whose standard user does not provide for energy uses, such as pits, cellars, garages, parking garages, warehouses, seasonal structures protecting the sports facilities, etc. . though not limited to the portions eventually used as offices and similar, provided that they are separable to thermal insulation effects. In the case of existing buildings in which coexist portions of property put to different uses (residential and other uses) if it is not technically possible to deal separately with the different thermal zones, the building is assessed and classified according to the prevailing intended use in terms heated volume. For buildings used for craft industries and assimilated, the energy certificate may be limited to portions of them used as offices and similar for the people stay as long as they are separable to the thermal insulation effect, provided that the remaining portions are excluded from 'obligation pursuant to the above address; farming is comparable to industrial or handicraft activities. They shall be deemed excluded from the provisions of Art.5 of this provision, although covering real estate subject to the regulations on energy certification: a) The following acts and regulations: - divisions with or without adjustment; - Contributions of capital; - Mergers and splits; - Rulings of the judicial authority; - Acts and law enforcement measures, including measures taken and the decrees concerning the competition, over individual ordinary real estate transactions and tax collection, as well as concerning the criminal division and recumbent inheritance, and more generally any Court order concerning compulsory or voluntary jurisdiction; - Of the judicial measures related to the dissolution proceedings or termination of the civil effects of marriage or legal separation between spouses; - Legal separation between spouses verbal;
b) The following acts, provided that the buyer declares, in the very act of being already in possession of information on the energy performance of: - acts of transfer to a person who is already the holder of right of ownership, usufruct , use or dwelling on the property; - Acts of transfer between spouses and between relatives in a straight line or related first degree; - Transfer documents related to the dissolution proceedings or termination of the civil effects of marriage or legal separation between spouses, provided under arrangements made by the spouses in court, meaning that even the minutes of consensual separation. The certification should be required, at his own expense, by the holder of the qualification in building, howsoever described, or by the owner, or the property owner. The energy performance certificate shall be made easily visible to the public: - in public buildings or intended for public use whose useful energy total area exceeds 500 m2; - In public buildings or intended for public use for which it is using to incentives or subsidies of any kind, such as tax rebates or subsidies paid by public funds or users in general, aimed at improving the energy performance building unit , building or facilities; - In public buildings or intended for public use (or in which the figure anyway as purchaser a public entity) for which it is entered into or renewed an energy service contract, or energy improvements. In such cases, the energy performance certificate must be produced by the contractor within the first six months of contractual period, and must be upgraded, not at the customer charges, within 180 days following the execution of any work that involves modification of building energy performance, real estate unit or installations, whether such operations are carried out by the developer that the successful tenderer. For the same buildings can be clearly exposed, through the adoption of appropriate plates or other indicating devices, the membership the specific energy efficiency class, the recommended temperature and actual for the interiors and when appropriate, other relevant climatic factors as well as the amount of gas emissions unit or total greenhouse. 2. Energy certification procedure of the buildings The energy certification process of buildings includes the set of operations carried out by the Energy Certification in compliance with the conditions in Appendix 5 of this Act, with reference to the following phases: 1) execution of an energy audit in order to calculate the energy performance of the property and the identification of potential improvement interventions, in terms of cost / benefit, through: i. retrieval of basic data relating to the climatic characteristics of the site, the user characteristics, the geometric characteristics of the building envelope and thermal-physical and performance of power equipment, using in the first place of the certificate of qualification energy, or of project reports when available, and / or by existing relief on the building according to the adopted calculation methodology; ii. determining the energy performance of the building (or building unit), on all energy uses, expressed in accordance with the indices of total energy EP performance and partial, using appropriate methodology application, in accordance with the provisions in Annex 6. iii. identification of potential interventions to improve the energy performance of the building in relation to the technical solutions to be proposed, with evaluation of primary energy savings, the cost-benefit ratio and timing of the return of the investment required to achieve them; 2) classification of the building (or building unit) as a function of the energy performance indices of the previous point 1.ii. and in relation to the classification system set out in Annex 7, and issuing the energy performance, in accordance with the model set out in Annex 5. The manner of execution of the activities referred to in paragraph 1 may be different and commensurate with the level the complexity of the calculation methodology used for assessing the energy performance, as specified in Annex 6 and in paragraph 3 below), and may include the use of different skills. Even for the purpose of determining the consequent responsibility, the subject certifier must explicitly indicate these procedures and conditions in the relevant certificate,
asseverarne and compliance with the provisions hereof. Energy performance certificate of the certifying entity must attach the declaration of the existence of the conditions of independence and impartiality of judgment referred to in paragraph 6 of art. 10 of this Act 3. Procedure for the energy certification 3.1) Statement of the subject certifier In relation to the different conditions of the context in which it must realize the energy certification procedure, the certifying entity shall submit to the applicant, by means of the above information, all the options that are permitted to access the certificate of energy performance in terms of quality and cost of service, in order to permit it a conscious choice. The report to the applicant must specify: • the possession of the requirements of this law by the certifying entity and the technicians in charge of determining building energy performance; • the various options for the methodology to be satisfied for the evaluation of the energy performance and to issue the energy performance, and its choice made; • any additional benefits to the delivery of service, such as, for example, the execution of tests in situ; • the service delivery conditions, including - if necessary - the list of documents to be produced by the applicant and the ways in which to communicate to the person certifying the name of the Works Director, provide information of the various stages of the implementation housing and access to the yard. The applicant signs, on examination, that information and consequent choice made. 3.2) Assignment of the subject certifier In the cases referred to in Art. 4, paragraph 1, letter a) of this Act, the appointment of the Subject certification must take place before work, and must be declared in the report attesting compliance with the requirements for containment of the energy consumption of buildings and related thermal plants , that the owner of the building, or who is eligible, he shall deposit with the competent authority in accordance with provisions relating to certificates of permission. 3.3) Energy Certification authority in the case of new buildings In the cases referred to in Art. 4, paragraph 1, letter a) of this Act, the certification service provided by the subject certification must include at least: • the evaluation of the energy performance starting from the design data also contained in the certificate of qualification energy, with ' use of the "design calculation or standardized calculation method" referred to 'Annex 6; • any on-site inspections in the most significant construction phases; • a final check with the possible use of the most appropriate instrumental techniques. To this end, it must be expected that the construction manager signals the Person Certifying the various stages of construction of the building and systems, relevant for the energy performance of the building, in order to allow the monitoring required during construction . Subject certification work within its own competence: for the execution of the diagnosis, evaluation or control, can proceed to the inspection and testing of energy works, the support as appropriate, the necessary professional and technical skills appropriate instrumental. 3.4) Energy Certification authority in the case of existing buildings For existing buildings, the certification is inclusive of collecting the basic data necessary to determine the energy performance, to be performed in accordance with the methods set out in Annex 6, and in any case the verification of completeness and adequacy of the data that may be made available by the customer. In order to optimize the energy certification procedure, in fact, the applicant may make available at its expense data relating to the energy performance of the building or building unit. The same may apply for the issue of the energy performance on the basis of: - a certificate of qualification energy on building or building unit to be certified, not even valid, highlighting any interventions on buildings and installations executed thereafter ; - The results of an energy audit performed by qualified technicians with methods in line with the methods for assessing the energy performance through which it intends to proceed. Subject certifier is obliged to use and exploit the documents mentioned above (and the data
contained therein), if any, and made available by the applicant, after the completeness and adequacy test. Even for the purpose of determining the consequent responsibility, the certifier entity must explicitly indicate the potential use of these documents in its certificate. In the case of buildings with central heating system devoid of the adjustment systems and heat metering for single unit it is preferable to carry out energy certification of the entire building, in order to optimize the related procedure; for residential buildings the energy performance certificate must be reported to the individual apartments. If arranging for the certification of individual property units, as provided in Annex 6 mode, it is mandatory for the building administrators to provide condominiums information and data required in relation to the applicable methodology. 3.5) registration requirement of the energy performance To fulfill its responsibilities under paragraph 9, letter m) of Art. 5 of this Act, the certifying entity shall document the certificate of performance by applying the computerized procedure activated by the Office for Construction, which allows the attribution of identification code. 3.6) on the building of exposure energy class All buildings with certificate of energy or energy qualification certificate shall display, based on the model provided by the Office for Construction, the normally facades near the house number, a name tag the energy class of the building. CERTIFICATE OF ENERGY PERFORMANCE The energy performance certificate shall include the information on the energy performance of their building (housing unit), the current values ​​according to the law and the reference values ​​or performance classes, expressed in such a way that the owner , tenant, the buyer to evaluate and compare the energy performance of the building immediately, in summary form and not technical, from the default reference scale in Annex 7. the energy performance certificate must be accompanied by directions about the most significant and cost-effective in terms of cost / benefit ratio, for the improvement of the aforementioned provision. They can also be given useful information on how to user behavior that may affect the energy performance. The 'Energy performance certificate shall include the following minimum content: a. frontispiece explicitly indicating the nature of the document (energy performance certificate); b. identification data of the property or property unit (address and cadastral references) and the owner; c. General Property Data: climatic zone, degree-, air-conditioned gross volume (V), useful area heated, dispersing surface (S), S / V ratio; d. identification data of the technical / the qualified / s responsible for determining the energy performance with evidence of accreditation at the San Marino's national system of accreditation; is. identification data of the person issuing the certificate itself (entity certification), with evidence of its accreditation with the Office for the Construction; f. dates of issue and expiry of the certificate; g. the unique identification code of the energy performance, awarded on the basis of the registration procedure activated by the national accreditation of San Marino; h. results of the evaluation procedure of the energy performance, performed in accordance with the methodologies specified in Annex 6, with an indication of the value of energy performance (primary energy) EPtotcomplessivo, the EP partial indices (EPiper winter heating, EPacsper production ACS, EPeper summer air conditioning, EPillper artificial lighting); the. graphical representation of each of these indicators by using an index (reading needle) positioned in correspondence with the respective reference value of a curve form analog scale (in "dashboard"). The scale must have the extension (range of process variable from the graduated scale), size units (increase in strength between two adjacent sections) and Resolution (minimum increment of process variable) adapted to provide an easy reading of the index itself. j. the class of the building based on the energy performance scale refers to the index of energy performance (primary energy) EPtotcomplessivo, referred to in point 1
Annex 7; The classification may also be expressed in graphical form, in addition to previous k. results of the evaluation of the energy performance of the building envelope procedure in summer mode Epe, housing-performed in compliance with the methods indicated in Annex 6, indicating the relative performance class referred to in section 2 of Appendix 7. l. indication of the mandatory minimum energy performance indices, as provided in this Act for a similar new building (with reference to Annex 2, requirement 2.1.1, A.1o tables A.2 and B.1 and B.2); m. indication of the potential actions for improvement of energy performance, with their summary assessment in terms of costs and benefits; n. affidavit of the data indicated in the certificate by the persons in charge referred to in subparagraphs d, and or requirements relating to the updating of the certificate in respect of any action that modifies the energy performance of the building or for each check that ascertains the degradation of performing the service, in accordance with art.5, paragraph 9, letter g) and i) of this Act. The energy performance certificate shall also contain, for information purposes, the description of the following major elements: • building type; • identification data of the / i / designer of the architectural design and technical installations in the building service, the manager works and the manufacturer, in the case of issuing the energy performance as a result of building work; • building envelope characteristics, indicating the average transmittance of the opaque vertical walls of the stand cover and window frames; • characteristics relevant for space heating the building-plant system; • useful thermal energy demand for space heating; • characteristics of the material for summer air conditioning building-plant system; • Primary energy demand for summer air conditioning; • layout of the ACS production; • for thermal energy useful for the production of ACS; • characteristics of the installation for the artificial lighting of the environments (optional); • the primary energy requirement for artificial lighting (optional); • description and characteristics of plant systems and equipment for the production and use of renewable energy, and quantification of the contribution to the relevant requirements coverage; • sistemiedotazioniimpiantisticheperlagestione, automazioneecontrollodegliedifici (supplied BACS systems); • devices and other energy uses. • calculation methods used in respect of the provisions of Annex 6; • indicazionedelsoftwaredicalcoloutilizzatoconindicazionedegliestremidiavvenuta validation and release • origin of basic data used for determining the energy performance The certificate should also be accompanied by a statement of the existence of the conditions of independence and impartiality of judgment of the subject certification. The certificate can be integrated on a voluntary basis, a classification based on other indices or energy performance parameters and / or environmental sustainability of the building, with clear and explicit indication, in which case the references to standards and systems certification (European and international, national, regional or local) adopted, subject to the explicit indication of belonging to the classes listed in Annex 7. the model certificate of energy performance of buildings adopted by accredited subjects is sent to the Office for Building that, in relation to the tasks of access to the national system of San Marino accreditation, it may request the adjustments necessary requirements of quality, clarity and completeness of the certificate. ANNEX 6 (To the law 3 April 2014 n. 48) METHODOLOGY FOR DETERMINING THE ENERGY PERFORMANCE OF BUILDINGS 1. Objective Taking into account legislation and the experience of diagnosis, certification, energy design of buildings, are defined in the following methods to determine the energy performance of buildings, can be used both for verification of compliance with the minimum requirements for the building work under article 4, both for the energy certification of which art.5 of this law, as specified below. Sharing unique methodology ensures: - maximum application uniformity; - More effective and correct information of the citizens; - The widest and free movement of professional offer, minimizing the costs for users;
- Greater economy of scale in the provision of tools and applications in all types of support measures, including public information and the training of experts; - Better results to the action of public monitoring. In order to determine the energy performance is distinguished between "method" and "" calculation method. Any calculation methodology referred to in point 2 below are the procedures that provide for the procurement and choice of input data, assessment of energy performance by applying its calculation method, the expression of the energy performance indices in terms of primary energy needs, and identification of energy efficiency improvement measures. The calculation methods referred to in paragraph 3 are the algorithms, as stated in the technical standards or other simplified procedures, which allow you to calculate the primary energy demand since the appropriate input data. 2. Calculation Methodologies The methodologies below indicated identify, as the criterion for the verification of the minimum requirements and for energy certification, energy performance index EP, expressing the annual amount of energy actually consumed or which is expected to be needed to meet the different needs associated with a standardized use of the building, divided by the useful surface energy of the building in the case of residential buildings, in kWh / m2 per year, or divided by the gross heated volume in the case of several buildings, in kWh / m3anno. The energy overall performance index EPtottiene account: a) the energy demand for winter and summer air conditioning, for the production of domestic hot water and for the illumination; b) the energy supplied and the energy of the plant auxiliary systems, including systems for the use of energy, also produced outside the building in question, cogeneration systems, district heating, to develop renewable sources. the energy performance indexes partial EP can be assessed for the individual energy performance: EPiper winter heating, EPacs for the production of domestic hot water, EPeper summer air conditioning, EPillper artificial lighting. In the initial phase, for the purposes of certification of buildings, considering only the main energy performance indices EPiper EPacs winter heating and for hot water preparation for sanitary and health. In legislation evolution reason, the data shown below methodologies are integrated with the standardized criteria for the assessment of the primary energy for summer air conditioning and for the artificial lighting of the environments. For summer air conditioning is provided initially an evaluation of the useful thermal energy demand of the building envelope in summer mode (EPE, inv). The methods listed below, also allow the maximum integration between the systems of evaluation of energy and environmental performance of buildings through the possible adoption of additional indexes of "eco-sustainability". 2.1. "Project calculation methodology or standardized calculation" that provides for the assessment of the energy performance starting from the input data relating to: - the climate and the use of the building standards - the building's characteristics, as well as detectable by the project building energy and related energy systems as realized. 2.2. "Calculation methodology of relief on the building" that provides for the assessment of the energy performance starting from the input data from existing surveys carried out directly on the building, from which you run the evaluation of the energy performance according to the appropriate method calculation, also simplified, as specified in paragraph 3 below. In this case the manner of obtaining the input data relating to the building can be: a) by means of relief procedures and diagnosis, also supported by instrumental investigations, on the building and / or plant on the devices made according to the reference technical regulations, provided for by the national regulatory bodies, European and international, or, in the absence of such rules, the technical and scientific literature; b) construction by analogy with other contemporary buildings and plant systems integrated from databases or national schedules, regional or local; c) on the basis of the main typological, geometric data, plant of the building characterization. In the context of this methodology are used, in the respect of the indicated limits, simplified calculation methods, for example in the case of partial restructuring or for certification
energy efficiency of existing buildings and / or for carrying out energy audits, also in implementation of Directive 2006/32 / EC, as defined by a rigorous methodology and by national and European regulatory references and as indicated below. 2.3. Criteria for the application of the calculation methods In the preparation of the energy qualification referred to art.5 of this Act, it shall adopt the methodology of the project calculation or standardized calculation referred to in paragraph 2.1 above. For the purposes of energy certification procedure the conditions of application of the assessment of the energy performance methods, are indicated below: a) for cases referred to in Art. 4, paragraph 1, a) and b) of this Act, applies the methodology of project calculation or standardized calculation referred to in 2.1 above; b) for existing buildings, without prejudice to the provision referred to in point a) above, an alternative to the design calculation method, you can apply the methodology of calculation of relief on the building referred to in paragraph 2.2. For access to incentives and facilitation of any kind within the meaning of the provisions of Chapter VII of this Act, for existing buildings undergoing energy upgrading they can not be used the simplified calculation methods set forth in Section 3.2 letter. c). The input data required for the execution of the calculation procedure are described by the project report in Annex 3, taking into account any modifications and changes that occurred during construction and after verification. For the purpose of the energy certificate is also used, where available, the certificate of qualification energy, after verification of data. In the case in which that documentation is not available, the collection of the input data necessary is carried out through relief and energy diagnosis in situ, the results of which are collected in the relevant reports. The above documents, showing the d 'input data for the execution of the calculation procedure, are in effect part of the energy supply, and must be duly kept by the party certifier to be made available in case of subsequent checks. 3. Calculation Methods As part of the methodology referred to in paragraph 2 above may be used the following methods of calculation, in accordance with the conditions specified. 3.1. of project Calculation Method As it regards the calculation of the energy performance of the indices for winter heating (EPI) and for the production of hot water (EPacs), implementing the "methodology of the project calculation or standardized calculation "referred to in item 2.1 above, reference is made to what is about the content of standards UNI / TS 11300 and subsequent modifications and additions, or equivalent. The following are the standards available to date: a) UNI / TS 11300-1 Energy performance of buildings - Part 1: Determination of building thermal energy demand for summer air conditioning and winter; b) UNI / TS 11300-2 Energy performance of buildings - Part 2: Determination of primary energy demand and efficiency for winter heating and for producing sanitary hot water. c) UNI / TS 11300-3 Energy performance of buildings - Part 3: Determination of primary energy demand and efficiency for summer air conditioning; d) UNI / TS 11300-4 Energy performance of buildings - Part 4: Use of renewable energies and other methods of generation for space heating and to produce hot water. In particular: - the technical standard referred to in subparagraph a) defines the method of calculation of the building envelope energy performance for heating and cooling, providing its thermal energy needs; - The technical standard referred to in point b), from the requirements indicated above, it allows you to calculate the performance of the building-plant system in relation to the specific energy system installed, in terms of primary energy needed. To date these standards allow the calculation for the winter heating and for producing sanitary hot water and not for summer cooling. This procedure is applicable to all building types of new and existing buildings, regardless of their size. 3.2. Methods of calculation to be embossed on the building. For the calculation of energy performance indices for winter heating (EPI) and for domestic hot water (EPacs), implementing the "calculation method
relief on the building by "referred to in the preceding paragraph 2.2, are the following three levels of study. 3.2.a) relief in site (and by analogy constructive analytical method) As regards the method of point 2.2, letter. a) and b) the method of calculating the energy performance of the indices is that provided by the same technical standards referred to in the previous paragraph 3.1, with reference to the relevant simplifications therein for existing buildings (to this end, the aforementioned regulations provide in fact, for existing buildings, the means of determining the descriptive data of the building and equipment in the form of schedules and tables in relation, for example, the types and year of construction) after verification of their congruence with the actual characteristics of 'object of building energy assessment to be carried out by means of relief in situ, possibly with the aid of appropriate tools. This procedure is applicable to all building types of existing buildings regardless of their size. 3.2.b) Method DOCET As regards the method of point 2.2, letter. a) and b), as an alternative to the calculation method referred to above, for the calculation of energy performance index for winter heating (EPI) and for domestic hot water (EPacs), you DOCET reference to the calculation method, prepared by CNR and ENEA, on the basis of the technical standards referred to in paragraph 3.1, where the application software is available on the websites of the CNR and ENEA. This procedure is applicable to existing residential buildings with a useful energy surface up to 1500 m2. 3.2.c) Simplified approach As regards the method of point 2.2, letter. c) for the calculation of the single energy performance for winter heating EPisi can refer to the simplified method of calculation, the following point 4). In this case, the energy performance for the production of sanitary hot water EPacspuò be determined with reference to the UNI / TS 11300 for the simplified part relative to existing buildings, referred to in the previous point 3.2.a., or equivalent. This procedure is applicable to residential buildings (buildings classified E1 according to the intended use of the Art. 3 of this Act (Definitions), excluding colleges, convents, prisons and barracks) with existing floor area energy up to 500 m2. 3.3. Features of IT applications The applications of computational tools for the calculation methods listed above (commercial software) must ensure that the values ​​of the energy performance indices, calculated by using them, have a maximum deviation of plus or minus 5% compared to the corresponding parameters determined with the application of the relevant national references. The guarantee is provided through a verification and declaration made by: - ​​CTI and UNI for instruments that have as reference methods referred to in paragraph 3.1 and 3.2 letter. to); - CNR, ENEA for instruments that have as reference methods referred to in paragraph 3.2, letter. b) and letter. c). 4. simplified diagram for the determination of the energy performance for winter heating EPi building. The energy performance index for winter heating of the building allocated for its energy certification (EPI) can be calculated as: = ℎ / [kWh / (m2 per year)] [4.1] where: Qh = energy requirement Thermal building [kWh]; APAV = usable area (walk over the floor) [m 2]; ηg = overall average seasonal efficiency. Demand for building thermal energy: Qh = 0.024 ⋅ ⋅ GG (HT + HV) - fx. (Qs + Qi) [kWh / year] [4.2] where: 0.024 = coefficient given by the ratio between the number of hours in a day and number of watts per kilowatt and necessary to the obtaining of a value of the thermal energy requirements in kWh / year; HT = overall heat transfer coefficient for transmission [W / K]; HV = overall heat transfer coefficient for ventilation [W / K]; fx = working coefficient of free contributions (dimensionless), assumed to be equal to 0.95; Qs = solar gains through the transparent housing components [MJ kWh]; Qi = free internal contributions [MJ kWh]; GGH = degrees winter day of the locations in which the building in question overall heat transfer coefficient is placed for transmission: Σ =, = 1 [W / K] [4.3] where: Y = outer surface of the i-th among facilities that enclose the gross heated volume (not considering the surfaces to other rooms heated to the same temperature) [m2]; Ui = average thermal transmittance of the i-th structure, inclusive of the effects of zones of
thinning (bins, niches under the window) and any thermal bridges [W / (m2K)] btr, i = correction factor to the heat exchange areas not air conditioned or towards the ground (dimensionless) Unable to find the stratigraphy of the opaque walls and the characteristics of the fixtures may be adopted the values ​​reported in the UNI / TS 11300-1, respectively, in Appendix A and Appendix C, or equivalent. The values ​​of btr, isi coefficients obtained: - for dispersing surfaces facing unheated rooms, the Statement of 5 UNI / TS 11300-1, or equivalent - for dispersing surfaces towards the ground, the Statement 6 of UNI / TS 11300-1, or equivalent overall heat transfer coefficient for ventilation: 0:34 = ⋅ ⋅ [W / K] [4.4] where: 0:34 = coefficient given by the ratio between thermal volumetric air capacity and number of seconds in one hour; nV = number of air changes times, equal to 0.3 for residential buildings [vol / h]; Vnetto = net volume of the air-conditioned [m 3]. solar gains through the transparent housing components: = 0.2 ⋅, ⋅, [kWh / year] [4.5] where: 0.2 = reduction coefficient which takes into account the solar factor of transparent elements and their average shading Js, i = total irradiation seasonal (in the heating period), for the exposure dell'i- th transparent element [kWh / year]; Sserr, i = radiated surface of the i-th transparent element [m 2]. The total seasonal irradiation value is calculated as the sum, extended to all the months of the heating season, the monthly average daily radiation values ​​for each exposure in the UNI 10349 and multiplied by the number of days in conventionally heating active in the corresponding months. free internal contributions: = ℎ 1000 [kWh / year] [4.6] where: qi = instantaneous internal contributions per unit of floor space, conventionally assumed to be 4 for residential buildings [W / m2]; APAV = useful energy surface [m 2] nh = number of hours of heating [h] Yield total season average season. The overall average yield ηg season is determined as: ηg ηe.ηrg.ηd.ηgn = [4.7] where: ηe = emission efficiency, the values ​​in Table 17 of the UNI / TS 11300-2, or equivalent; ηrg = regulation efficiency, the values ​​in Table 20 of the UNI / TS 11300-2, or equivalent; ηd = Distribution yield, prospectuses values ​​21 (a, b, c, d, e) of the UNI / TS 11300-2, or equivalent; ηgn = generation efficiency, prospectuses values ​​23 (a, b, c, d, e) of the UNI / TS 11300-2, or equivalent; Given that this act also calls for the indication of possible improvements of the energy performance, it is necessary to integrate the use of the simplified calculation method with an energy audit of the building, albeit simplified. 5. Total Energy Performance Indicator The overall building energy performance is expressed through the energy performance index EPtot total, calculated using the formula: = EPtot EPi EPacs + + EPE + EPill [5.1] where: EPI is the energy performance index partially for space heating; EPacs is the partial energy performance index for the production of sanitary hot water; EPE is the partial energy performance index for summer air conditioning; EPill is the partial energy performance index for artificial lighting. The partial energy performance indexes are determined according to the methodology and calculation methods of sections 2) and 3). In the case of residential buildings, classified according to the intended use of the Art. 3 of this Act (definitions) as E.1 excluding colleges, convents, prisons and barracks, all indices are expressed in kWh / m2 per year. In the case of other buildings all indices are expressed in kWh / m3anno. The energy performance rating total EPtottiene account: - the primary energy demand for winter and summer air-conditioning, for the production of domestic hot water and artificial lighting; - Energy output and auxiliary energy of the plant systems, including systems for the self-production or use of energy. It is recalled that the determination of the energy performance to lighting environments is mandatory for buildings in categories 1 E., limited to colleges, convents, prisons and barracks, E. 2, 3 E., AND . 4, E 5, E 6 and E 7, as per Art. 3 of this Act (Definitions). In the start-up phase for the purposes of certification of buildings, and up to subsequent amendments and additions, they consider only the energy performance indices for air conditioning
Winter Epie for hot water preparation for sanitary and health EPacs, assuming epee EPillpari to 0. For the summer air conditioning is provided a qualitative assessment of the characteristics of the building envelope to contain the energy requirements for the provision of the said service as defined in paragraph 6. With one or more subsequent acts proceed to extend certification to all energy services related to building and adapting the methods of evaluation of energy performance already indicated, possibly even ahead in the final balance or evaluation procedures of exercise. 6. quality of the building envelope characteristics rating to curb the demand for summer air conditioning In view of the increasing importance of energy consumption for cooling buildings and for not providing misleading evaluations of the energetic quality of the building where, even for the particular climatic conditions, exposure to heat and ability to hold it can cause severe conditions for the energy performance in summer conditions, it is useful to take into account these aspects as well pending the preparation of technical standards established in the field of plants for the summer air conditioning. To this end, we shall rank of the building envelope performance quality in summer conditions in relation to its requirements of useful thermal energy for cooling, by applying the methods described in Section 6.1. These methods are also applied in relation to compliance with procedures for verifying the minimum levels of energy performance in summer conditions set out in Article 2.4.2 requirement C.1) of Appendix 2. The indication of the envelope quality performance class building in summer mode, assigned to the building on the basis of the relative scale given in Annex 7, it must be reflected in the documents of qualifications, and energy certification, with the exception of buildings of E.6 and E.8 categories. The assessment referred to in this point is made in each case optional certification of individual property units for residential use of less useful heated area not exceeding 200 m2, and for the determination of the energy performance for winter heating use the method Simplified referred to in paragraph 3.2, letter c). In the absence of the above assessment, the real estate unit should be given a quality performance class corresponding to the level "V" of the relevant classification system presented in Appendix 7. 6.1. Methodology for determining the quality of the building envelope performance class for summer cooling (EPE, invol) The thermal performance index for cooling (EPE, invol) is the ratio between the thermal energy demand for cool the building (housing casing required energy to maintain comfortable conditions in the interior: the system does not take into account the returns that provides the service and therefore is not primary energy) and the usable area heated surface. For all categories of buildings, so the index is expressed in kWh / (m2 per year); For its determination reference is made to the calculation method specified in standard UNI / TS 11300-1 "Energy performance of buildings - Part 1: Determination of building thermal energy demand for summer air conditioning and winter" and subsequent amendments and integrations. On the basis of the values ​​assumed by the parameter Epe, invol, thus calculated, it must classify the building according to the building envelope performance in relation to the scale given in Annex 7. 7. Energy certification of individual units. The energy performance certificate may refer to entire buildings or individual units; for residential buildings the energy performance certificate must be reported to the single apartment (housing unit). If the object of building energy certification is made up of more housing units served by autonomous systems, it is necessary to proceed with the issuance of a certificate of energy performance for each unit, based on the assessment of the energy performance of individual building in question calculated by applying the methodologies referred to in paragraph 3 above and considering the right considered the apartment aspect ratio. The energy performance certificate refers to an entire building it can be produced only in the case where the same building is served by a single thermal installation for air conditioning
winter or heating lacking in control systems and heat metering for single unit, and units included in it have the same intended use. In the case of existing buildings in which coexist Property portions which are used for different purposes: - if you can deal separately with the different thermal zones, can be produced a certificate of common energy supply to more housing units served by the same system for each thermal zone; - If it is not technically possible to deal separately with the different thermal zones, the building is assessed and classified according to the prevailing intended use in terms of the heated volume. If the certificate refers to an entire building, the certifying entity is required to deliver to each owner a copy of the original of the same. The energy performance certificate of a single unit is valid if it refers to the same or to the entire building containing it, provided that the same statement can be referred also to the unity considered real estate. If the object of building energy certification is made up of several units and is served by centralized systems the energy certification of the individual apartments can be carried out as indicated below: a) in the presence of centralized heating systems with heat metering, the based on the assessment of the energy performance of individual building in question calculated in accordance with the methodologies referred to in paragraph 3 above and considering the apartment's own form relationship envisaged; b) in the presence of centralized heating systems without regulation systems and heat metering, the energy performance rating is determined on the basis of the energy performance evaluation of the entire building divided at the level of individual apartments in relation to the useful heated area same property unit; c) in the presence of units served by a central heating system that you diversify for systems, equipment, energy saving measures, we proceed in accordance with the provisions of the letter. to). In this case the method for determining energy performance using the common plant performance parameters, such as those related to production, distribution, emission and control, where relevant. In such cases, it is mandatory for the building administrators to provide condominiums information and data required in relation to the applicable methodology. 8. Promotion of eco-sustainability features of buildings. energy certification - environment. Aware that the minimum energy performance requirements set in this Act represent a significant improvement compared to the constructive practices of the past and with the existing rules but even more ambitious objectives can be achieved by adopting appropriate eco-design criteria for buildings and installations, the Republic of San Marino promotes, with the cooperation of organizations, social and productive organizations, professional associations, ENEA, CNR, universities, laboratories and research institutes, public and private enterprises concerned, the implementation of research programs, innovation and dissemination of bioclimatic practices, green architecture and building automation designed to significantly reduce energy consumption and emissions of buildings, with particular reference to greenhouse gases, improve the living comfort with the use of bio-ecological building material, natural and sustainable, to promote the ' use of renewable sources of energy, to promote the efficient use of water resources, reuse and recycling of products and materials, with attention to the entire building lifecycle, systems and components. The results of these programs can be used to adapt the performance indicators contained in this Act and define the specific eco-design, implementing Directive 2005/32 / EC. As an indication only, you can adopt the following operational scheme: a) broad definition of the program b) acquisition of the participating subjects c) specification of the program and the role of the parties thereto with reference to research, experimentation, implementation of pilot projects and demonstration d) definition of guidelines for defining and assessing the quality of the building product in various stages of planning and execution of the construction process, with attention to the maintenance and management of the construction product) definition of disciplinary containing the minimum performance requirements which must
characterize the profile of the environmental compatibility of intervention projects with an incremental logic than the minimum requirements established by law, to be acquired by the prevailing laws and to seek access to public incentives f) formulation of a San Marino trademark of energy and environmental quality the buildings with its g booking procedure) information campaign and awareness. 9. Summary tables Tabella6.1 - Input data "of the project Calculation Methodology", or standardized (2.1) "Calculation methodology of relief on the building" (section 2.2) Method of calculation Section 3.1 "Project Calculation Method" step 3. 2. a) SURVEY iN SITE point 3.2.a) ANALOGY cONSTRUCTION step 3. 2b) METHOD DOCET step 3. 2. c) SIMPLIFIED METHOD Permission to build or DIA project Standards not applicable not applicable not applicable not usable Certificate of Royal Energy Qualification (As built) not applicable not applicable not applicable not applicable Certificate of Royal Energy Performance (As built) Relief with instrumentation UNI and UNI / TS11300: 20 08 (or equivalent) DOCET UNI and UNI / TS11300 : 8 200 (or equivalent) DOCET Table 6.2 Methodologies, methods of calculation and energy performance indexes "of project calculation Methodology", or standardized (2.1) "calculation methodology of relief on the building" (paragraph 2.2) 3.2 point. a) SURVEY iN SITE Punto3.2.a) ANALOGY CONSTRUCTION point 3.2.b) METHOD DOCET point 3.2.c) METHOD SIMPLIFIED interested buildings All types of new and existing buildings All types of existing buildings All types of existing buildings Single IU in existing buildings with a useful energy surface area <1500 m2 existing residential buildings with a useful energy surface area <500 m2. existing residential buildings with a useful energy surface 0:18 for interventions for which the building permit application is made until 31 December 2014 - PES> 0.20 for interventions for which the building permit application is submitted after 1 January 2015 the designer should include in the report referred to in paragraph 17 of Schedule 2 the calculation PES expected to quote on an annual basis, for the determination of which: - should be considered and explained the operating conditions (that is, the return medium temperature project) depending on the type of plant - must be used the calculation methods set out in the UNI TS 11300-4 and its annexes - the data concerning the performance curves must be measured according to UNI ISO3046 - it must be adopted the hypothesis total in of electricity produced sale, unless the data relating to the expected fraction of co-generated electricity consumption are not made available. 2.1.3. ENERGY EFFICIENCY FOR MINIMUM CHP AND SMALL COGENERATION The minimum energy performance required for cogeneration technologies with ≥ 50 kW of electrical power is defined by the tax yield conditions for the CAR (High Efficiency Cogeneration). 2.1.4. MEASUREMENT AND VERIFICATION FINAL INDEX FOR THE PES TECHNOLOGY COGENERATION AND MICRO-COGENERATION WITH POSSIBILITY OF MODULATION OF LOADING AND / OR THERMAL ENERGY DISSIPATION In the case that within the cogeneration section are one or more engines that have the ability to vary its own loading by modulating the output power factor and / or have the ability to dissipate all or part of the thermal energy produced, are to be installed mandatorily suitable meters electric and thermal energy produced in cogeneration and fuel consumed . These gauges must conform to the specifications of Directive 2004/22 / EC. Annually or before March 31 of each year is necessary to index savings evaluation of primary energy cogeneration section of the PES and to ensure respect for the limits of paragraph 2.1.2., In the manner prescribed by the provisions regarding verification and inspection of heating systems: the report on the energy performance, calculated from the total values ​​of the useful energy generated and the consumption of fuel derived from the reading of the meters listed above, it must be kept by the facility manager and made available to the competent authorities for inspection. 2.1.5. MEASUREMENT AND VERIFICATION FINAL INDEX FOR PES COGENERATION PLANTS AND MICRO-COGENERATION UNIT COGENERATION MADE OF WORKING ONLY FIXED POINT, OR
WITHOUT POSSIBILITY 'MODULATION OF LOADING AND / OR ENERGY DISSIPATING HEAT Where the cogeneration section is constituted exclusively by one or more units operating exclusively in nominal conditions (ie without the possibility of varying its own loading factor modulating the output power ) and without the possibility of dissipating all or part of recovered thermal energy, verification advisory index PES can be made on the basis of affidavit of rating are issued by the manufacturer of the same. The necessary condition to be able to carry out the final balance occurs as indicated above is that the plant is at least one apparatus that accounts for the measurement of an overall size of the system (whether it be the incoming fuel, or electricity, or the ' outgoing thermal energy). 2.1.6. LIMITS TO THE EMISSIONS OF POLLUTANTS INTO THE ATMOSPHERE For cogeneration technologies with useful electrical power