Post date: 3 Ιουν 2013
The Intelligent Energy - Europe project “ENNEREG - Regions paving the way for a Sustainable Energy Europe” has launched its Regions 202020 Inspiration Guide aiming to provide all the information you need to become a Sustainable Energy Region:
Post date: 3 Ιουν 2013
Post date: 13 Μάιος 2013
Post date: 24 Απρ 2013
The Treaty establishing Energy Community was signed in October 2005 in Athens, Greece. It entered into force on 1 July 2006. The Energy Community extends the EU internal energy market to South East Europe and beyond on the ground of legally binding framework. It thereby provides a stable investment environment based on the rule of law, and ties the Contracting Parties together with the European Union. Through its actions, the Energy Community contributes to security of supply in wider Europe.
Post date: 8 Απρ 2013
Despite the fact that some key requirements of the EPBD were included in the national laws in all countries, the main responsible bodies defined and key standards approved, the situation in the Energy Community is still characterised by an incomplete legal/institutional framework. The transposition is ongoing through secondary legislation (new or update of regulation that was in some cases based on the old EPBD).
Post date: 25 Μαρ 2013
Overview of Results
Post date: 13 Φεβ 2013
This book discusses six environmental and three purely energy based certification systems along with four briefly discussed certification systems:• the British BREEAM Assessment Method• the US LEED Rating System• the German DGNB Certification System• the Australian Green Star Rating System• the Swedish Miljöbyggnad system• and the French HQE system• the European Green Building Programme• the Swiss Minergie Building Standard• and the German Passive House (Passivhaus) Standard• the Japanese CASBEE assessment system
Post date: 31 Ιαν 2013
‘In 2011, for the first time, European investments in renewable energies were higher than for conventional fuels. Europe already produces over 3.8 GW from wind power alone!’ said Oettinger, adding that there would be ‘no sustainable economic growth without sustainable energy’. The Commissioner promised ‘more jobs in renewable energy, on top of the million we have already created’.
Post date: 30 Ιαν 2013
A number of common Energy Performance Contracts (EPCs) models - shared savings and variable contract terms - are explained and a number of short case studies are outlined. It also illustrates the EPC procurement stages and identifies contractual considerations that are of particular relevance to public sector organisations.
Post date: 28 Ιαν 2013