Public and non residential buildings

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Challenge   The building sector is accountable for 40% of the energy consumed and 36% of carbon emissions in the EU. Approximately one-third of the buildings currently in use are more than 50 years old, having little or no renewable energy sources (RES) installed.  
Post date: 3 Jan 2020
Type: Link

Plug-n-harvest’s strategic goal  
Post date: 3 Jan 2020
Type: Link

Check out this holiday read issue of CEN-CE newsletter!
Post date: 27 Dez 2019
Type: News

Welcome to the December 2019 issue of the venticool newsletter! In this edition, we are pleased to share highlights of our recent AIVC-venticool- TightVent joint conference “From Energy crisis to sustainable indoor climate – 40 years of AIVC" held on 15-16 October in Ghent, Belgium.
Post date: 20 Dez 2019
Type: Publication

In this days of climate negotiations, leading European cities and companies have pledged to reduce carbon emissions from their buildings to net zero.  
Post date: 20 Dez 2019
Type: News

On 11th December Ursula von Der Leyen, recently elected president of the European Commission, presented the new European Climate plan called "Green Deal". Emblematically, this is one of the first acts of the new Commission and this stresses the importance of climate action for the new European government.  
Post date: 20 Dez 2019
Type: News

The Campus Humanitas University is a new international university of medicine, located near the renowned Humanitas Research Hospital Hospital in Rozzano, near Milan.   The project involves the creation of a new university infrastructure serving about 1000 students. The campus, surrounded by a large park, takes full advantage of its location through a masterplan based on pedestrian paths, offering a harmonious relationship with the surrounding green, with no natural continuity solutions.
Post date: 19 Dez 2019
Type: Fall

Belgrade’s chief explained most of the structures were made in the 1950s and 1960s and that the goal used to be to build as many homes as possible, at the expense of energy efficiency. Today, he said, the bill is due and much more energy is used for the heating of homes than is necessary.  
Post date: 18 Dez 2019
Type: News

During its final conference, SHERPA will offer the participants a dynamic debate with European actors and ERB experts on European policies and strategies to achieve the European CO2 reduction and Energy Efficiency targets, with a main focus on Energy Renovation of Buildings.   It will also be an opportunity to highlight the importance of the European Green Deal and the next programming period.  
Post date: 18 Dez 2019
Type: Ereignis

The Energy Efficiency Directive (Directive 2012/27/EU, EED), adopted in 2012, in its Article 4, requires EU Member States (MS) to establish a long-term strategy for mobilising investment in the renovation of the national stock of residential and commercial buildings, both public and private.  
Post date: 18 Dez 2019
Type: Publication