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The new Horizon 2020 FIT-TO-NZEB project develops innovative training schemes for deep energy retrofit in Eastern and Southern Europe    
Post date: 25 Jul 2017
Type: News

Data centres are among the biggest electrical energy consumers. In the Renew IT project scientists from five countries examined how data centres could be supplied almost entirely with renewable energy. This BINE project info presents a case study of an office building in Stuttgart in which a heat pump cools the in-house data centre and at the same time provides heat to the building.     To download the document, please visit the relevant BINE webpage at the link provided below.
Post date: 19 Jul 2017
Type: Publication

The Solar Keymark was created to certify solar thermal collectors and solar thermal systems, storages and controllers at European level. The aim is to reduce trade barriers and promote the use of high quality solar thermal products in the European market and beyond. The Solar Keymark is a CEN/CENELEC voluntary third-party certification mark for solar thermal products, demonstrating to end-users that a product conforms to the relevant European standards and fulfils additional requirements.
Post date: 17 Jul 2017
Type: Link

The Heat Pump KEYMARK is a voluntary, independent, European certification mark for all heat pumps, combination heat pumps and heat pump water heaters (as covered by Ecodesign, EU Regulation 813/2013 and 814/2013).  
Post date: 17 Jul 2017
Type: Link

QUALICHeCK FACT SHEET #50: European certification of HVAC products can provide EPC input data  
Post date: 17 Jul 2017
Type: Publication

The Horizon 2020 funded CoolHeating project aims to support the implementation of “small modular renewable heating and cooling grids” for communities in South-Eastern Europe. This is achieved through knowledge transfer and mutual activities of partners in countries where renewable district heating and cooling examples exist (Austria, Denmark, Germany) and in countries which have less development (Croatia, Slovenia, Macedonia, Serbia, Bosnia-Herzegovina).
Post date: 14 Jul 2017
Type: Link

Report from the 12th IEA Heat Pump Conference: Vol.35 No 2/2017   The recently released issue of the Heat Pumping Technologies (HPT) Magazine highlights the 12th IEA Heat Pump Conference  and summarises some of the numerous sessions, Workshops, Award ceremonies, and presentations given at the Conference.   In the Foreword, the Chairman of the National Organizing Committee, Onno Kleefkens, gives his view of the Conference.
Post date: 7 Jul 2017
Type: Publication

This is the fifth issue of the ZERO-PLUS (Achieving near Zero and Positive Energy Settlements in Europe using Advanced Energy Technology) research project newsletter.   Contents include:  
Post date: 6 Jul 2017
Type: Publication

19 September 2017, 10:00 am Brussels Time (CET)   Do you want to know how to improve the energy efficiency of retail buildings? To know more on the available technologies to achieve this? Are you interested in the role of a European project in the development of these technologies, tailor-made for shopping centres? Then, you should attend this webinar!  
Post date: 5 Jul 2017
Type: Event

by Peter Wouters (INIVE eeig), Malcolm Orme (IEA-EBC)  
Post date: 4 Jul 2017
Type: News