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10. References and external contributors

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Build Desk The Netherlands
CENER Centro National de Energias Renovables, Spain
Mid Sweden University Anna Joelsson, Department of Engineering, Physics and Mathematics, Sweden
SEGEFA ULg Julien Charlier, Université de Liège, Belgium
University of Warsaw Prof. Alexander Panek, Poland
Contacts in national Energy Agencies, Universities, and Ministries who contributed with information on existing required U-values (see Annex 3)
Eurima Market Development Committee members and local representatives of member companies