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"The start-ups we support are now selling their solutions!"This is the message that InnoEnergy, the innovation engine for sustainable energy in Europe, wants to convey. Its accelerator supports 180 energy start-ups across Europe, including 37 in France. Their solutions are on the market today, driven by anchor customers.  
Post date: 6 Dec 2017
Type: News

Amending Directive 94/22/EC, Directive 98/70/EC, Directive 2009/31/EC, Regulation (EC) No 663/2009, Regulation (EC) No 715/2009, Directive 2009/73/EC, Council Directive 2009/119/EC, Directive 2010/31/EU, Directive 2012/27/EU, Directive 2013/30/EU and Council Directive (EU) 2015/652 and repealing Regulation (EU) No 525/2013    
Post date: 6 Dec 2017
Type: Publication

  by Marianna Papaglastra (Sympraxis Team)    
Post date: 6 Dec 2017
Type: News

EUR 24023 EN – Innovative technologies for buildings – EU-funded research to transform the construction sector  
Post date: 5 Dec 2017
Type: Publication

  This Building Research Establishment (BRE) webpage provides  a table with documents that form the core Building Information Modelling (BIM) Level 2 documentation, along with some other useful supporting documents.   
Post date: 5 Dec 2017
Type: Link

We invite you to join Aurélie Faure-Schuyer, Research Fellow Energy and Climate, CEPS (EU GCC Clean Energy Technology Network Expert) and Bo Normark, Thematic Leader Smartgrids and Storage, InnoEnergy at the “European energy and climate policy and the role of innovation” webinar, taking place on Monday, 11 December 2017 at 11:00 CET (14:00 UAE time zone). This webinar is organised by EU GCC Clean Energy Technology Network.   
Post date: 5 Dec 2017
Type: Event

This report presents the status of nanotechnology in the construction industry.  In this sense it covers areas of construction such as repairing of buildings and infrastructures, including the provisions of materials, used for these purposes.  
Post date: 4 Dec 2017
Type: Publication

According to Eurostat, the residential and tertiary building sector accounts for up to 40% of the final energy consumption in Europe. Particularly, the highly adopted glazed surfaces in buildings are responsible for the 25%-30% of the energy needs of a building. In order these energy costs to be reduced; an optimal glazing should have a high solar transmittance in winter and a low transmission in the solar infrared band zone in summer.  
Post date: 4 Dec 2017
Type: Publication

This article from the REHVA Journal (June 2017) describes the Chinese market for indoor air quality sensors. It also provides information about the certification programme RESET a healthy building standard for indoor air quality created in 2011 in China and relying on continuous monitoring data. RESET monitoring standards are key to identifying the difference between good and poor IAQ sensors.    
Post date: 4 Dec 2017
Type: Publication

by Marina Laskari (NKUA)  
Post date: 4 Dec 2017
Type: News