The categories and the respective award winners are as follows:
Most efficient new building – University library in Split
Most efficient refurbishment – Office building HEP DP Elektra Koprivnica
Best integrated design and energy concept – Phoenix Plaza
Most innovative concept – Auto camp Politin
Best integrated design with replication potential – Multiresidential buildings with business units Kature
Best Endorser - HEP ESCO d.o.o.
Post date: 11 Mar 2010
The Award winners are: BREEAM Bespoke - awarded to the new Bletchley Leisure Centre, a key element in the regeneration of Central Bletchley, designed by Holder Mathias Architects and constructed by SDC for Milton Keynes Council. The design team took particular care to minimise the environmental costs in use, for example by incorporating a biomass boiler and reducing water consumption wherever possible.
Post date: 10 Mar 2010
No matter the means, messages or materials to be used. What really counts is the applicant’s commitment and originality in communicating the topic to building users and the public.
Post date: 28 Jan 2010
The winning project will be selected by a jury with representatives from Energy Agencies, the industry and Cities. Besides having a chance to win the Local Energy Action Award, submitted Case Studies have the opportunity to be:
- Highlighted and promoted on the ManagEnergy website
- Included in a ManagEnergy Good Practice leaflet to be widely distributed
- Presented and discussed at various ManagEnergy events throughout Europe
The Awards competition opens on 26 January 2010.
The Deadline for submission of your case study is 26 February 2010.
Post date: 27 Jan 2010
The annual Awards Competition is an integral part of the Sustainable Energy Europe Campaign. It provides an invaluable opportunity to highlight the successes of the most outstanding, ambitious and innovative programmes or actions and to reward those Sustainable Energy Partners most worthy of recognition and praise.
Post date: 26 Oct 2009
Post date: 26 Oct 2009
More than 5 mio. inhabitants live in housing developments (settlements with more than 1000 dwelling units) in Germany. This means that 7.5 percent of all dwelling units are located in this type of settlement. The main task for the housing societies and other kind of owners was to save energy and heating costs and at the same time to improve the living quality in the often neglected large housing developments.
Post date: 17 Jul 2009