Friday 30 November 2007
The building housing Stephan Karadja primary school, situated in the city of Varna, Bulgaria, was in poor condition. In 2005 the school was chosen for the implementation of a pilot project for indoor lighting rehabilitation by the Educational Department of the City of Varna, which is responsible for all schools and kindergartens of the municipality.
The building of the Zvezdichka (Tiny star) kindergarten, one of the 48 kindergartens of the municipality of Varna, was built in 1985 and needed considerable repairs. With the implementation of energy saving measures the building performance improved considerably, as can be seen from the Display® ratings.
The Lyuben Karavelov general secondary school in the City of Varna, Bulgaria, was in dire need of refurbishment. The aim of the project was to improve the indoor climate of the school (by replacing the existing wooden window frames with PVC frames to reduce air infiltration) and to reduce energy costs and CO2 emissions.