Lively collaboration and sound technical delivery hallmarks of latest CITyFiED project meeting
The consortium came together in Istanbul, Turkey late June 2016 to catch up on the latest developments, identify collective challenges and pinpoint future actions.
Post date: 20 Jul 2016
Mayors of cities in Europe and its Mediterranean neighbourhood have committed to acting together to ensure the transition to a more energy-efficient model based on the use of renewables and the reduction of CO2 emissions
Representatives of more than sixty cities from Europe and around the Mediterranean coast gathered in Bornova, a Turkish district of Izmir, one of the cities of the CITyFiED cluster. They took part in the annual conference of Energy Cities, the European association of local authorities in energy transition.
Post date: 21 Jun 2016
REMOURBAN a catalyst for low carbon mobility in Tepebasi
The very same day REMOURBAN partners were holding a project meeting in Brussels, the real work on the ground to transform our cities and reduce emissions continued.
Tepebaşı Mayor Ahmet Ataç led the celebrated delivery of four new electric buses and 22 new hybrid vehicles as part of a major boost for mobility plans for the city and region on 9 March.
Post date: 5 Apr 2016
The urban transformation gets real: REMOURBAN project meeting marks a turning point from theory to action
After stretching the imagination in search of innovation, analysing solutions and lining up the necessary human, technical and financial support, REMOURBAN is ready to get to work on some serious urban transformation.
Post date: 31 Mar 2016
The challenges of exploiting lower temperatures and lower power are not only technological
Organic Rankine Cycle uses heat in water or exhaust gases to produce electricity. Often it uses waste heat. Most engineering companies implementing ORC-solutions do so for large systems at high temperatures and pressures.
The technology is now in the making to also exploit less powerful resources at lower temperatures.
Post date: 25 Feb 2016
On 11 February 2016, the Passive House Institute announced the certification of the first Passive House projects in Greece and Turkey. A complex of terraced houses in Greece and an environmental education centre in Turkey are the first buildings to fulfill the criteria of the Passive House Standard in these two Mediterranean countries.
Post date: 23 Feb 2016
International HVAC & Refrigeration, Pumps, Valves, Fittings, Water Treatment and Insulation
ISK Sodex is an international trade fair for sanitation, plumbing, heating, refrigeration and air conditioning technology, which takes place every two years in Istanbul, Turkey. It is the third largest fair of its kind in the world and the largest in the Eurasian region. This year's event will take place at the Istanbul Expo Center, on 4-7 May 2016.
Post date: 9 Feb 2016
It’s ‘work in progress’ at the R2CITIES demo site in Kartal, Turkey
After finalizing the tender procedure for renovation, the construction work has now begun at the housing complex for the elderly (one of three demo buildings earmarked under R2CITIES project for renovation) in Kartal’s Yakaçık district.
Post date: 3 Feb 2016
On 28 January 22016, in Istanbul, the European Commission and Turkey held a high-level dialogue on the matter of energy. Discussions focused on integrating the Turkish energy market with the EU, energy efficiency and renewables, climate change and a follow-up on the COP21 climate negotiations in Paris, gas markets and interconnections, the development of the Southern Gas Corridor, and the Trans-Anatolian gas pipeline (TANAP) which is part of the Southern Gas Corridor – Turkey is a key transit country for these gas routes to the EU.
Post date: 1 Feb 2016
Endowed with renewable resources, such as wind, sun, geothermal and hydro, the country is still relying on coal and other fossil fuels to produce its energy. Forward-looking public policies could make the difference and lead to sustainable and less polluted urban areas in the coming decades
Turkey’s energy production for urban areas could be 100% based on renewables within 30 years if appropriate public policy is implemented.
Post date: 24 Dec 2015