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The current scope and ambition of buildings sector commitments are insufficient to meet the Paris Agreement goals. Despite 136 countries having acknowledged the need for building sector actions in their NDCs, more work is needed to increase the coverage and ambition of these actions.  
Post date: 7 nov 2019
Type: Begivenhed

The international winners of the Green Solutions Awards 2019, announced on Monday, the 4th of November at Batimat, will benefit from strong visibility in the coming months. Among the various communications tools used by Construction21, organiser of the contest, in addition to its platforms: the winners' brochure.    Published in 6,000 copies, the brochure is also available online in 4 languages. French, English, Spanish or Chinese... choose the one you want to share internally or externally: 
Post date: 7 nov 2019
Type: Nyheder

Turn the spotlight on the international winners of the Green Solutions Awards 2019 edition!   Twenty-two exemplary buildings, districts and infrastructures were rewarded by the Construction21 network after nine months of competition, first nationally and then internationally.  
Post date: 7 nov 2019
Type: Nyheder

Towards a new generation of user-centred Energy Performance Assessment and Certification; facilitated and empowered by the EPB Center The main aim of U-CERT is to introduce a next generation of user centred certification schemes to value buildings in a holistic and cost-effective manner. This aims to:  
Post date: 6 nov 2019
Type: Link

Heating Appliances Retrofit Planning HARP stands for Heating Appliances Retrofit Planning. It is a project funded by the European Union through the Horizon 2020 framework, focusing on 5 EU Member States: Portugal, Spain, France, Italy and Germany.  
Post date: 6 nov 2019
Type: Link

Trigeneration systems based on heat pumps with natural refrigerants and multiple renewable sources TRI-HP will provide the most appropriate knowledge and technical solutions in order to cope with stakeholder’s needs, building demand characteristics, local regulations and social barriers.   Objectives  
Post date: 6 nov 2019
Type: Link

Energy efficiency has tremendous potential to boost economic growth and avoid greenhouse gas emissions, but the global rate of progress is slowing – a trend that has major implications for consumers, businesses and the environment, according to a new report by the International Energy Agency.  
Post date: 4 nov 2019
Type: Nyheder

Since COP21 in Paris in 2015, the Global Alliance for Buildings and Construction (GABC) has been working for efficient, resilient and zero-emission buildings. France being an important member, ADEME immediately turned its attention to tropical countries (especially East Asia), which have experienced the highest demographic and economic growth rates in the world for several decades.  
Post date: 30 okt 2019
Type: Nyheder

Solutions and Technologies for deep Energy renovation Processes UPtake
Post date: 30 okt 2019
Type: Link

On October 10th, the MED - Mediterranean Energy Debate took place in Brussels, in the premises of Brussels-Capital Region during the European Week of Regions and Cities. Members of the Efficient Buildings Community, public authorities and research institutions gathered to discuss the main outcomes of the Community from the last three years of project.  
Post date: 29 okt 2019
Type: Nyheder