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```xml
<!--Example of a Refurbishment Measure on a building with a very vague date ("before June 2010") -->
<energy:refurbishmentMeasureOnBuilding>
<energy:RefurbishmentMeasure>
<energy:dateOfRefurbishment>
<energy:DateOfEvent>
<energy:instant indeterminatePosition="before">2010-06</energy:instant>
</energy:DateOfEvent>
</energy:dateOfRefurbishment>
<energy:levelOfRefurbishment>UsualRefurbishment</energy:levelOfRefurbishment>
<gml:description>Refurbishment consisting of an outside insulation of walls etc.</gml:description>
</energy:RefurbishmentMeasure>
</energy:refurbishmentMeasureOnBuilding>
<bldg:Building>
<energy:refurbishmentMeasureOnBuilding>
<energy:RefurbishmentMeasure>
<energy:dateOfRefurbishment>
<energy:DateOfEvent>
<energy:instant indeterminatePosition="before">2010-06</energy:instant>
</energy:DateOfEvent>
</energy:dateOfRefurbishment>
<energy:levelOfRefurbishment>UsualRefurbishment</energy:levelOfRefurbishment>
<energy:descriptionOfRefurbishment>Refurbishment consisting of an outside insulation of walls etc.</energy:descriptionOfRefurbishment>
</energy:RefurbishmentMeasure>
</energy:refurbishmentMeasureOnBuilding>
</bldg:Building>
```
```xml
<!--Example of an advanced Refurbishment Measure in the years 1998 and 1999 -->
<energy:refurbishmentMeasureOnBuilding>
<energy:RefurbishmentMeasure>
<energy:dateOfRefurbishment>
<energy:DateOfEvent>
<energy:period>
<gml:TimePeriod>
<gml:beginPosition>1998</gml:beginPosition>
<gml:endPosition>2000</gml:endPosition>
</gml:TimePeriod>
</energy:period>
</energy:DateOfEvent>
</energy:dateOfRefurbishment>
<energy:levelOfRefurbishment>AdvancedRefurbishment</energy:levelOfRefurbishment>
<energy:dateOfRefurbishment>
<energy:DateOfEvent>
<energy:period>
<gml:TimePeriod>
<gml:beginPosition>1998</gml:beginPosition>
<gml:endPosition>2000</gml:endPosition>
</gml:TimePeriod>
</energy:period>
</energy:DateOfEvent>
</energy:dateOfRefurbishment>
<energy:levelOfRefurbishment>AdvancedRefurbishment</energy:levelOfRefurbishment>
</energy:RefurbishmentMeasure>
</energy:refurbishmentMeasureOnBuilding>
</energy:refurbishmentMeasureOnBuilding>
```
```xml
......@@ -292,10 +294,7 @@ First of all, an optional attribute `openableRatio` details the proportion of
the opening area which may be opened. An indoor and an outdoor shading system
may complement the opening, with a `ShadingType` characterized by a
`transmittance` (see details in Module Materials and Constructions) and a
`maximumCoverRatio`. Finally, information about possible refurbishment measures
and operations may also be added at the level of the opening (e.g window
exchange), through the attribute `refurbishmentMeasureOnOpening` of type
`RefurbishmentMeasure`.
`maximumCoverRatio`. Finally, material information (`AbstractConstruction`, see Module Materials and Constructions) may be specified for the opening via the `openingConstruction` attribute.
As in the Building example shown before, the standard CityGML attributes have
been omitted for better readability. The door example is simpler and contains
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### \_BoundarySurface, globalSolarIrradiance and daylightIlluminance
The CityGML abstract class `_BoundarySurface` is extended by a number of Energy
ADE attributes, in order in particular to store the incident global solar
ADE attributes, in order to store construction information (`boundarySurfaceConstruction`) and refurbishment data (`refurbishmentMeasureOnBoundarySurface`). the incident global solar
irradiances and the daylight illuminances available on each outside boundary
surface of the building. Moreover, information about refurbishment measures on
roof or facade can characterised the `_BoundarySurface` objects, in the same
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