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Post date: 23 Νοε 2009
Type: Συμβάν

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Post date: 23 Νοε 2009
Type: Συμβάν

Commissioner Andris Piebalgs said: "Energy performance of buildings is key to achieving our EU Climate & Energy objectives for 2020, namely the reduction of Greenhouse gas emissions and the achievement of a 20% of energy savings. By this agreement, the EU is sending a strong message to the forthcoming climate negotiations in Copenhagen. Improving the energy performance of buildings is a cost effective way of fighting against climate change and improving energy security, while also boosting the building sector and the EU economy as a whole."
Post date: 18 Νοε 2009
Type: Ειδήσεις

“I am very pleased that the Swedish Presidency today has reached an agreement with the European Parliament on these two directives. Buildings account for 40 % of Europe’s energy use and are therefore an important piece of the puzzle to reduce the EU’s impact on the climate,” says Minister for Enterprise and Energy Maud Olofsson.
Post date: 18 Νοε 2009
Type: Ειδήσεις

By the end of 2020 EU Member States must ensure that all newly-constructed buildings have a "very high energy performance", under new rules agreed in Brussels on Monday 16  November 2009 night. And their energy needs must be covered to a very significant extent from renewable sources, including energy produced on-site or nearby.
Post date: 18 Νοε 2009
Type: Ειδήσεις

The WEO 2009 sets out a timetable of actions needed to limit the long-term concentration of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere to 450 parts per million of carbon-dioxide equivalent and to keep the global temperature rise to around 2 ° Celsius. Alongside its sombre warning that every year of delay in implementing these measures adds $500 billion to the energy sector’s mitigation costs, the IEA highlights there are cost-effective solutions to avoid severe climate change, while also enhancing energy security.
Post date: 18 Νοε 2009
Type: Ειδήσεις

Post date: 18 Νοε 2009
Type: Publication

Post date: 17 Νοε 2009
Type: Tool

The key issues – with a strong focus on the first one – addressed in this paper are: 1. Calculation of cost-optimal levels in renovation, 2. Examples based on real-life experience, 3. Inclusion of societal costs and sustainable levels of renovation. This study is mainly based on publications of German-speaking authors and on German costs.
Post date: 12 Νοε 2009
Type: Publication

Post date: 12 Νοε 2009
Type: Publication