The 24th European Biomass Conference and Exhibition is the leading international platform for dialogue between research, industry, policy and biomass businesses. Held at a different city every year, the EUBCE has successfully combined a highly renowned international scientific conference with an ever-growing industry exhibition, thus, rightfully earning its place as one of the world’s most influential biomass events.
Post date: 11 Mar 2016
Historic buildings and urban districts are fundamental parts of our cultural identity and heritage. With respect to the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions we must find ways to adapt buildings, ensembles and districts to the challenges of energy efficiency while preserving the cultural heritage.
Post date: 8 Mar 2016
The 12th Heat Pump Conference, organised by the International Energy Agency (IEA), will share the latest developments and prospects in technology, applications and markets with applied professionals. The goal of the conference goes beyond the traditional topics of energy efficiency, renewables and environment, focusing on the main solutions and choices that have to be made not only on economics, but on the expectations on future energy situations where energy infrastructure is becoming more and more independent from insecure suppliers.
Post date: 5 Feb 2016
The ENBUS App, elaborated as part of the EU project “ENBUS – Energising the building sector”, is an iPhone app providing guidance on the energy efficiency in buildings. The app contains information on technologies and products that will enhance the energy efficiency in buildings, and facilitates the evaluation of the overall energy efficiency of various products, as well as the comparison of products.
Post date: 25 Gen 2016
Best practice and practical advice on Building Home Energy Efficiency Advice Tools (HEET) - Report Want to know the outcomes and discussions from a best practice seminar on online energy efficiency advice tools? This report highlights different online energy efficiency advice tools that we believe represent the state of the art in this technology and can therefore be used to guide future versions of such tools. Please find the results in the URL.
Post date: 14 Dic 2015
To demonstrate how Energy Performance Certificates databases are being used for monitoring purposes, the key features of existing systems across Europe were examined using information from the Buildings Performance Institute Europe and Request2Action partners.
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Post date: 14 Dic 2015
PROF/TRAC project | Open training and Qualification Platform on NZEB construction and renovation
PROF/TRAC is a 3-year EU funded project with 15 partners from eight countries. It started in March 2015 and was initiated by an interdisciplinary team representing stakeholders dealing with nZEB construction and refurbishment: universities, European umbrella associations of engineers, architects and social housing, and some of their national members.
Post date: 8 Dic 2015
New near zero energy buildings are increasingly springing up around Europe, though their impact on reducing the region’s energy consumption will remain a drop in the ocean without a drive to take new technologies to existing building stock
Post date: 4 Dic 2015
All you need to know about indoor air – A simple guide for educating yourself to improve your indoor environment While most people are aware of the importance of the outdoor environment, especially in relation to climate change but also to problems more directly related to our health, the effects of indoor environmental quality are not common knowledge.Most of us don’t realize that people in the Western world generally spend 80-90% of their time indoors (e.g. at home, at school and at the office). Exposure indoors is thus much longer than outdoors.
Post date: 2 Dic 2015
On 19 November 2015, the European Commission requested France and the Netherlands to ensure the full transposition of the Energy Efficiency Directive - EED (Directive 2012/27/EU).
Post date: 19 Nov 2015