“Performance Gap and nZEB Compliance of Monitored Passivhaus in Northern Ireland, the Republic of Ireland and Italy” in Renewable Energy and Sustainable Buildings
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Stefano Piraccini Co-autore dell’articolo “Performance Gap and nZEB Compliance of Monitored Passivhaus in Northern Ireland, the Republic of Ireland and Italy” in Renewable Energy and Sustainable Buildings. PP. 689-697. ISBN 978-3-030-18487-2, ISSN 2522-8927
N. J. Hewitt
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