Nearly Zero-Energy Building means a building that has a very high energy performance, say Annex 1 of the Directive and in which “the nearly zero or very low amount of energy required should be covered to a very significant extent by energy from renewable sources, including energy from renewable sources
produced on-site or nearby“
The recent Winter Package of the EU on proposals to amend the EED, RESD, and energy performance building directive 2 (EPBD2) assigns a strategic role to the building sector, responsible for 40% of final consumption and national emissions, a sector which for example in Italy accounts for over 6% of the economy, employing nearly two million people and one million firms, which are mostly small and very small in size. Achieving the Community objectives would enable investments to upgrade existing buildings for example in Italy
by 10 billion per year until 2020.
The NANOTER coating consists of modern environmentally friendly polymeric nanomaterial forms supporting a flexible structure of microspheres formed from ceramic and glass in vacuum.
The binder is the customary of water-base materials that degrade in nature and thus do not pollute nature.