webinar / web seminar

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3 webinars on the public procurement of innovative solutions and innovative financing for energy efficiency investments   The Executive Agency for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (EASME) is organising 3 webinars on the procurement of energy efficient solutions on Wednesday 22 March 2017.     €20 million of funding is available under Horizon 2020  
Post date: 15 Mar 2017
Type: Event

25 January 2017 (15h00-16h00 CET)     This webinar, organised in the context of the ODYSSEE-MURE project, will present the concept of Energy Efficiency Networks (EENs) which aim at accelerating energy efficiency progress in companies. The focus of the webinar will be on the following key questions:  
Post date: 20 Jan 2017
Type: Event

Supporting EPC market development through EPC Facilitation Services – Key outputs from the Streetlight-EPC project  
Post date: 20 Jan 2017
Type: Event

Thursday 23 February 2017, 10:00 am Brussels time (CET)    
Post date: 16 Jan 2017
Type: Event

Wednesday 25 January 2017, 10:00 am Brussels time (CET)     In view of the challenge to achieve Nearly Zero-Energy Buildings, building services systems increasingly rely on renewable energy sources: solar thermal, heat pumps, geothermal, biomass, photovoltaics. This webinar deals with handling renewable energy systems in the EPC (Energy Performance Certificate).   The webinar consists of two parts:  
Post date: 16 Jan 2017
Type: Event

Over the years, different approaches and indices have been used to define indoor air quality. The most frequently used, recognised by the public, and equated with indoor air quality are, of course, ventilation rate and concentration of carbon dioxide. Other approaches define the levels of dissatisfaction with acceptability of indoor air quality, as expressed by the building occupants. At some point in time, the total concentration of airborne volatile organic compounds was proposed, as well.
Post date: 14 Dec 2016
Type: Event

The trend towards Nearly Zero-Energy Buildings (NZEB) implies the correct execution of classical building works, in line with the NZEB principles of good workmanship, and the use of advanced technologies requiring specific skills of the workforce. Several countries are developing or have already ongoing training and certification schemes for the workforce in place.  
Post date: 5 Sep 2016
Type: Event

  The General Block Exemption Regulation (GBER), which came into force in June 2014, requires EU Member States to allocate support via a competitive and market-based mechanism by 2017. This translates into an increasing use of auctions to determine the level of support for renewables.  
Post date: 2 Sep 2016
Type: News

This webinar, which will take place on 4 October 2916, from 15:00 to 16:00 CET, will provide a short introduction to the State Aid regulation, as well as to the current progress in auction implementation in EU Member States, past policy discussions on harmonisation and support scheme opening.   Two main open auction types will be analysed: reciprocally opened auctions versus commonly held auctions. Aspects as the degree of coordination and negotiation, burden sharing, scalability, complexity for investors and policy risks will be assessed.  
Post date: 2 Sep 2016
Type: Event

It is expected that in the future it will be possible to increase the share of Renewable Energy Sources (RES) in the markets without providing dedicated economic support. Still, such a ‘phase-out’ of economic support requires that two main conditions are met: firstly, expected future revenues from power markets are sufficiently high to cover generation costs; secondly, the risk tag attached to those revenues has to be acceptable for investors in the energy sector.  
Post date: 2 Sep 2016
Type: Event