With CO2 emission at 36% and energy consumption at 40%, building sector is far from sustainability. The need for construction materials to achieve climate neutral buildings reaches 0.2 m3 per m2 of net floor in France, leading to several billions of m3 in Europe by 2050.
Post date: 29 Nov 2022
Comfortable homes that people love to live in
Post date: 27 Sep 2022
The project's approach is supported by:
Post date: 27 Sep 2022
The Tipperary Energy Agency has completed a successful retrofit of the Lahinch Leisure Centre in Co. Clare, Ireland, improving conditions for customers and decreasing both emissions and costs for managers.
Post date: 13 Sep 2022
"Ambition requires action: The Heat Pump Accelerator for RepowerEU" Heat Pump Forum & Award 2022 puts heat pumps at the centre of the green, digital, cost-effective energy transition and industrial transformation.
Post date: 7 Sep 2022
Buildings have challenging and multiple roles to play in the coming decades: they can be shelters from extreme weather, healthy indoor environments, energy-positive and zero-emission, electric vehicle-friendly. As prosumers and active members of society, people have their own essential parts to contribute to this transition. Next Generation Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) can empower people by becoming a nudging and decision-making tool.
Post date: 13 Jul 2022
procuRE launched the first out of three phases towards reaching its goal to develop innovative solutions to achieve 100% Renewable Energy Supply in existing public buildings.
The six procurers from Slovenia, Spain, Germany, Portugal, Israel, and Turkey selected three innovative Renovation Approaches which will be designed in the next three months.
Post date: 1 Jun 2022
ECI and Leonardo Energy present the EPBD Series “Road to zero-emission buildings” (https://copperalliance.org/events/epbd/). Join us for the second event in the series and register below.
Post date: 3 May 2022
BIMzeED partners are delighted to present the project results after three and half years of work during the final conference on April 20th.
Post date: 23 Mar 2022
PHPP designed to achieve passivhaus classic certification through applying the Beattie Passive build technology. In addition, carefully selected low energy, recycling and renewables ranging from Envirovent MVHR system, GRAF 2.7m3 rainwater harvesting, Thermoception all-in-one air source water heater for DHW, two Recoup WWHRS are incorporated to achieve a near zero carbon status.
Post date: 21 Mar 2022