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European Social, Cooperative and Public Housing providers aim at refurbishing 400,000 homes per year or 4 million homes by 2030.   This will decrease the energy consumption of the refurbished housing units on average by 50% by 2030, cut emissions with at least 50% and save up to €700 per year on average to each resident.   Frontrunners in energy efficiency  
Post date: 24 Νοε 2020
Type: Publication

November newsletter of project RESTORE is out!  
Post date: 24 Νοε 2020
Type: Ειδήσεις

EUKI Academy has started a series of web seminars and is cordially inviting to a EUKI Academy Web Seminar on:   The Renovation Wave under the European Green Deal: New policy windows for accelerating and financing building renovation at the municipal level   When? 26th November 2020 – 11:00-12:00 CET   What?
Post date: 17 Νοε 2020
Type: Συμβάν

Join the team from the International Passive House Association for their new series:   iPHA Q&A with PHI!   Once a month, iPHA will sit down with experts from different departments at the Passive House Institute to hear about the work they do, what they offer and how you can make the most of those offerings!  
Post date: 16 Νοε 2020
Type: Συμβάν

Task 59´s Autumn newsletter is out!   The International Energy Agency's IEA-SHC Task 59: Renovating Historic Buildings towards zero energy (HistoricNZEB) showcases examples of how historic buildings from across the world can be renovated to allow substantial reductions in energy use and associated carbon dioxide emissions, while safeguarding the buildings’ cultural significance.  
Post date: 16 Νοε 2020
Type: Ειδήσεις

The 5th newsletter of TripleA-reno project is out!   Contents include: TripleA-reno Toolbox session: A lively exchange on what makes deep renovation Attractive – Acceptable – Affordable An Open Gamified Platform supporting deep renovation and a friend for municipalities Introducing the TripleA-reno Combined Labelling Scheme: a resource for public buildings
Post date: 10 Νοε 2020
Type: Ειδήσεις

The European Construction Sector Observatory (ECSO) was set up in 2015 to regularly analyse and carry out comparative assessments of the construction sector in all EU countries towards these objectives. It aims to keep EU policymakers and stakeholders up to date on market conditions and policy developments.  
Post date: 9 Νοε 2020
Type: Ειδήσεις

Deep renovation is a key action to drastically reduce energy demand and achieve the EU vision of a decarbonised building stock by 2050. However, only 1% of European buildings are being renovated yearly and shallow retrofits persist with low impact on energy consumption.   The StepUP project is developing new technologies and solutions to make building renovation more attractive and affordable.
Post date: 9 Νοε 2020
Type: Publication

2020 is a year with many firsts: a world-wide pandemic that threatens our society, but also countries stepping up their climate ambitions and the European Union announcing the Climate Neutral Cities mission as well as many opportunities for cities with the Green Deal Policy Framework.   The Celsius Initiative also has some firsts this year: co-creating the forerunner groups together with the Celsius Cities and the first virtual Summit – Celsius Summit 2020  
Post date: 6 Νοε 2020
Type: Συμβάν

Concept and objectives:   The Auto-DAN project aims to enable homes and small businesses across the EU to optimize their energy consumption and provide an assessment of the live energy performance of a building which takes into account the quality of appliances/systems installed, user operational habits and the smart readiness of a building.  
Post date: 6 Νοε 2020
Type: Σύνδεσμος