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The Energy Efficiency Watch presents the results of its new survey, bringing together the insights of over 1,200 experts on the progress in energy efficiency policies and key factors for narrative development in all EU Member States.  
Post date: 6 Mai 2021
Type: News

The VELUX Group will be hosting its 9th VELUX Daylight Symposium as a digital event, which will take place on November 15-19 under the theme "Bridging research and practice".  
Post date: 6 Mai 2021
Type: News

On 23 April, EIT Climate-KIC CEO Kirsten Dunlop spoke on a panel of leading scientists, policymakers and entrepreneurship experts during a Euronews livestream in partnership with Copernicus and hosted by science correspondent and Climate Now series presenter Jeremy Wilks.  
Post date: 6 Mai 2021
Type: News

Future energy systems need to become more flexible in the way they utilize the functions and energy demands of buildings. As part of the EU-project FlexiGrid, new ways of implementing flexibility technology are currently being tested at Campus Johanneberg in Gothenburg, Sweden.  
Post date: 6 Mai 2021
Type: News

How can building policies facilitate the development of performance-based energy efficiency programmes, like Pay-for-Performance (P4P) schemes, in the EU? SENSEI has launched a survey to help P4P schemes’ replicability in Europe.  
Post date: 5 Mai 2021
Type: Link

Since the 1970s, energy efficiency has contributed more to our economic prosperity than any other single source of energy supply. This is the power of a million small, and often invisible, actions. eceee makes these actions visible!  
Post date: 5 Mai 2021
Type: Ereignis

May 26th, June 2nd & June 9th- This summit will showcase the results of the EuroPACE project, and present cutting-edge programs which are helping to shape the European home renovation market.
Post date: 5 Mai 2021
Type: Ereignis

The EU Renovation wave, initiated in October 2020 by the European Commission, has targeted heating and cooling as a key sector in accelerating the renovation rate of buildings in Europe to notably cut CO2 emissions. One of the main aspects is to support the penetration of renewable energy sources (RES) in heating and cooling, including for district heating and cooling (DHC) networks.  
Post date: 5 Mai 2021
Type: Ereignis

Greening Europe’s homes and public spaces is a crucial element of the EU’s strategy towards climate neutrality, and one of the pillars of the European Green Deal. But to achieve its goals, the EU will need to come up with a comprehensive strategy for energy and resource efficiency while also ensuring that sustainable homes become an affordable solution for all citizens.  
Post date: 4 Mai 2021
Type: Publication

ZERO POLLUTION for healthier people and planet  
Post date: 4 Mai 2021
Type: Ereignis