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The CONCERTO Initiative of the European Commission, DG Energy, has co-funded 58 cities and communities in 22 projects and 23 countries. The initiative has started in 2005 and will last until 2014. The projects are role models for energy efficiency in buildings and communities.To read more about the CONCERTO Initiative, please click here.
Post date: 15 Feb 2013
Type: News

Are you interested in energy efficiency or renewables? Looking for information on projects in your country or in a particular industry? Search the IEE database and find details of 500+ projects financed by the programme so far. The database is updated regularly, so keep coming back.If you're thinking of applying for IEE funding, take a look at existing IEE projects in the database for inspiration or ideas for a possible follow-on project.
Post date: 3 Okt 2012
Type: Link

Post date: 27 Jan 2012
Type: Link

For more information go to: http://ieea.erba.hu/ieea/page/Page.jsp?op=home
Post date: 23 Sep 2010
Type: News

Post date: 13 Apr 2010
Type: Publication

DATAMINE is: – a concept providing data to be collected in order to monitor the energy performance of the existing building stock, – a convention ("language") for exchanging information about a building's energy related features between countries, – a scheme for evaluation of national databases and for international comparison. A full set of reports: – Harmonised Data Structure (Excel table with data field names and descriptions) – Executive Summary – Final Report
Post date: 6 Okt 2009
Type: Publication

While inspecting a building to be able to issue an energy performance certificate (EPC) the expert collect much information about the building envelope and the systems. In many cases this information is being stored in a register (central or local). Access to this information could give added value from the certification schemes in terms of knowledge about the building stock and its potential energy savings. Could anybody give references to studies on the use of EPC data for other purposes than certification itself?
Post date: 2 Okt 2009
Type: Hinweis

Post date: 21 Aug 2009
Type: Publication