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School Buildings in Greece: The Bioclimatic Challenge and a Photovoltaic Pilot Project

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  • Panagiotis Al. Patargias

    (SBO)

  • Kalianou Angela

    (University of Aegean)

  • George Galanis

    (SBO)

  • Marina Vassilopoulou

    (SBO)

  • Maria Drosou

    (SBO)

  • Christos Protogeropoulos

    (CRES)

Abstract

Greece’s School Buildings Organisation (SBO) is developing bioclimatic pilot schemes which are yielding positive results. Bioclimatic action has been one of the principal priorities of Greek school infrastructure planning since 2004. Among the activities undertaken by SBO to use renewable energy sources in school buildings is a pilot project to design and install a photovoltaic system in a secondary school in Athens.

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  • Panagiotis Al. Patargias & Kalianou Angela & George Galanis & Marina Vassilopoulou & Maria Drosou & Christos Protogeropoulos, 2007. "School Buildings in Greece: The Bioclimatic Challenge and a Photovoltaic Pilot Project," PEB Exchange, Programme on Educational Building 2007/9, OECD Publishing.
  • Handle: RePEc:oec:eduaaa:2007/9-en
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    educational buildings; energy savings; environment; learning environment; school building design;

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