Post date: 13 Jun 2014
The EU Sustainable Energy Week High Level Policy Conference will take place from 24 to 26 of June in Brussels, and includes some 30 sessions on renewable energy, energy efficiency and clean transport. Participation is free of charge.Register now to get a seat at the sessions of your choice!
Post date: 30 Mai 2014
A report of Subtask AIEA Task 40/Annex 52 Towards Net Zero Energy Solar Buildings
Post date: 26 Mai 2014
Post date: 26 Mai 2014
Post date: 17 Mär 2014
Is your city, private company or association investing in energy efficiency, renewable energy or clean transport? Are you keen to gain EU recognition and visibility for your sustainable energy achievements?Share your contribution to the EU 2020 energy targets by submitting a project to the EU’s most important sustainable energy awards competition.
Post date: 14 Mär 2014
Since 2005 the European Union has engaged in a challenging programme of setting energy performance requirements and new energy labels for a wide range of energy-using product groups. At the end of 2013, 21 Ecodesign regulations and 9 labels had been adopted, and 2 voluntary agreements recognised.Measurement methods, also referred to as test procedures, are a fundamental building brick in such a framework. In the EU they are enshrined in EU-wide ‘harmonised standards’.
Post date: 21 Feb 2014
The International Partnership for Energy Efficiency Cooperation (IPEEC) is an autonomous international forum that provides global leadership on energy efficiency by facilitating government implementation of policies and programmes to yield energy efficient gains.
IPEEC is dedicated to facilitating rapid deployment of clean energy technologies worldwide and promoting information exchange on best practices to facilitate initiatives that improve energy efficiency.
Post date: 22 Jan 2014
Post date: 5 Dez 2013
The first certified German-Chinese efficient house in China is an 18-floor residential building in the port of Qinhuangdao in the Hebei Province. The building complies with the new efficiency standard applicable in the Hebei Province that was jointly developed for this climate region by the Deutsche Energie-Agentur GmbH (dena) – the German Energy Agency – and the Center of Science and Technology of Construction (CSTC) which reports to the Chinese Ministry of Construction. The standard exceeds the minimum requirements under the recently tightened German Energy Saving Ordinance.
Post date: 11 Nov 2013