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UE 2016/679 GDPR,processes your personal data in order to allow you to participate in the initiative, and also to enable us subsequently to contact you in order to provide didactic material and eventual attendance
certificates. The personal data collected may be used in the future by the Data Controller to inform data subjects of other similar initiatives and update them on conferences and training events. While optional, the
submission of personal data is indispensable in order for us to perform the services indicated. All personal data shall be processed using the appropriate hard-copy, computer or IT-enabled tools by specifically
trained personnel as laid down by the GDPR, and may be communicated to public bodies or persons acting in a public capacity in compliance with current legal requirements, as well as to private bodies or persons
to allow the data processing required to perform the services offered. Such bodies or persons include our network of sales agents, factoring companies, banks and financial institutions, credit recovery companies,
credit insurance companies, commercial information companies, professionals and consultants, and transport sector companies. Maggioli S.p.a. is hereby authorized by you to communicate personal data to supervisory
bodies, or entities entitled to access personal data for tax or administrative purposes, or in order to issue professional certifications, etc. Personal data may also be communicated to the companies of the Maggioli
Group for the same data collection purposes and may be processed by specifically authorized employees and/or collaborators of the Group, including persons operating in the capacity of Data Processors, as well as
independent Data Controllers working in the following business sectors: data centers; internet services, electronic publishing, mailing, marketing, trade shows and conferences, mailing, telesales, order handling
departments, customer service, and administration. The personal data collected shall not be disseminated or ceded to third parties but may be communicated to companies, bodies or other entitles attending the event
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subjects may access their data and receive confirmation as to the existence or otherwise of their personal data, even if such data have not yet been registered, and receive communication of said data in an intelligible
form. Data subjects may also request information regarding: the origin of the personal data, the purposes for and means by which such data have been processed, the criteria applied in the case of electronic data
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Active House is a vision for housing built on integrated energy consumption, internal climate control and environmental impact. Active House Alliance is a non-profit organisation that counts Velux among its partners. It has developed a series of requirements and an assessment system to steer the design of new buildings or the revamping of existing ones.
The concept is to ensure each of the three load-bearing pillars
- energy, comfort and environment - comply with a series of parameters that, in combination, determine the level of “activity” for the building and thus whether it is actually an Active House.
Since an Active House must be designed to limit energy use as much as possible, the entire energy requirement is met using renewable sources and without CO2 emissions. Such houses have plentiful light and natural ventilation, offer high levels of thermal comfort regardless of the season, provide good air quality and ensure optimal internal humidity levels.
The Active House protocol has already been adopted for numerous new builds and restorations across Europe, including “Home for Life”, a Danish house designed by the AART architectural practice.
By adopting an integrated design approach, “Home for Life” moulded the traditional Danish family home into a structure that meets the energy consumption, functionality and comfort standards of an Active House.
In this new home, the window area equals 40% of the floor area, a figure far in excess of a traditional house.
This allows plentiful light to penetrate the interiors, optimises the flow of fresh air and helps to visually and physically link the inside and outside. Solar energy that comes in through these windows accounts for half of the energy needed for heating.
Sensors monitor the temperature, CO2 levels and humidity in each room and, in conjunction with an external weather station, provide data for the intelligent comfort and climate control system.
A solar heat pump and 7 sq m solar collectors produce energy for heating and hot water, while 50 sq m solar cells generate more electricity than the home needs.
“Home for Life” generates more energy than it consumes. With an energy surplus of 9 kWh/sq m/year, it would take about 40 years for the house to generate as much energy as was used in creating the building materials used in the construction.
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