energy efficiency

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Want to know how financing can drive a clean energy future? Join us for the 13th Energy Efficiency Finance Forum (EEFF) — the premier conference for industry leaders like you — to explore the vital role that financing will play in cutting-edge initiatives and major opportunities to finance projects that save energy, reduce costs, and create jobs.  
Post date: 29 apr 2021
Type: Begivenhed

Energy efficiency and improved indoor air quality are major aspects that need to be addressed in the building construction sector. The role of materials is vital, affecting HVAC systems and indoor conditions.     
Post date: 27 apr 2021
Type: Link

Västerås’ old industrial harbour is being transformed into a new neighbourhood with nature at its heart. It is therefore fitting that Sweden’s tallest wooden-framed building (as of 2018), Kajstaden, sits in the entrance to the new development. All load-bearing elements of Kajstaden – its walls, floors, beams, and roof – are constructed from locally-sourced CLT, using 3m tall panels that reduce the need for cutting on site, and allow for all nine storeys to have high ceilings, creating spacious and light-filled living spaces.
Post date: 26 apr 2021
Type: tilfælde

Europe’s buildings have the potential to play a key role in our future energy systems. Making them more efficient reduces the need for expensive power plant capacity, defers the costly upgrading of network infrastructure, and enables this infrastructure to be used with more flexibility. The fact that energy efficiency is not adequately compensated for these benefits (SENSEI, 2020) acts as a barrier to its deployment. It deprives it of valuable funding and means that we all pay more to ensure the adequacy, reliability and security of our energy systems.
Post date: 20 apr 2021
Type: Publication

While 2021 has (so far) presented similar challenges to 2020, there’s light at the end of the pandemic’s dark tunnel. But just how bright that light will be depends on our actions today.   Putting energy efficiency at the center of our recovery provides a brighter economy and environment for everyone. That’s why we are thrilled to announce that this year’s EE Global Forum will focus on how we can Build Back Brighter.  
Post date: 20 apr 2021
Type: Begivenhed

The European Climate, Infrastructure and Environment Executive Agency plays a key role in supporting the EU Green Deal through the efficient and effective implementation of its delegated programmes.   CINEA's vision  
Post date: 15 apr 2021
Type: Publication

Tuesday 15 - Wednesday 16 June Online only   The 2021 edition of the Covenant of Mayors Investment Forum - energy efficiency finance market place is jointly organised by the European Commission’s Directorates-Generals for Energy and Climate Action and the European Climate, Infrastructure and Environment Executive Agency (CINEA).  
Post date: 15 apr 2021
Type: Begivenhed

May 11, 2021   Join us on May 11, 2021 from 2:00 to 5:00pm CET for a virtual event to multiply the benefits of energy efficiency!   The event will highlight how companies realise competitive advantages through energy efficiency, new evidence and tools to make a compelling business case for energy-saving projects, and how multiple benefits can bolster policy and green recovery efforts.   Who should attend?
Post date: 15 apr 2021
Type: Begivenhed

As Europe is taking a leading position on tackling climate change, the building sector will play a critical role in delivering carbon neutrality by 2050. Within the long-term perspective of the European Commission’s European Green Deal, key enablers of a net-zero economy by 2050 include energy efficiency and energy system integration.
Post date: 14 apr 2021
Type: Nyheder

The Alliance has been set by five Horizon 2020 projects: EMB3Rs, INCUBIS, R-ACES, SO WHAT and S PARCS, which together have received a total of €14.5 million in funding from the European Commission. The main goal of the alliance is to maximise the projects’ impact and improve the quality and relevance of their outputs, ultimately contributing to boost energy efficiency, waste heat recovery, and energy cooperation in the European industries.  
Post date: 13 apr 2021
Type: Nyheder