In this issue:
MEDNICE project's outcomes
New project EFFICIENT BUILDINGS
MED - Mediterranean Energy Debate
The technical capitalization of modular projects results: financing schemes and barriers; traning methodologies and capacity gaps; methodology, tools and indicators; lessons learned.
The main recommendations of the policy papers
Manifesto for a Mediterranean building renovation
Post date: 11 Nov 2019
On 10th October 2019 in Brussels, the Efficient Buildings Community is organizing MED - Mediterranean Energy Debate a public event to present the solutions developed by the Community to the wide audience of the European Week of Regions and Cities.
Post date: 4 Sep 2019
The international conference, belonging to the Sustainable Built Environment (SBE) series of conferences, is organized by Politecnico di Milano with four international organizations:
– International Council for Research and Innovation in Building and Construction (CIB, cibworld.nl)
– International Initiative for a Sustainable Built Environment (iiSBE, iisbe.org)
Post date: 7 Jun 2019
The Efficient Buildings & Renewable Energy MED Community Conference is organized in the framework of the Interreg MED Programme.
The conference will take place in Ljubljana (Slovenia) the 18th and 19th of October. It will host the partners of all Interreg MED Modular Projects from two Thematic Communities: Efficient Buildings Community and Renewable Energy Community.
Post date: 17 Sep 2018
The MED Community sets sail to its 1st Annual Congress
CHOOSING THE ROUTE TO ENERGY EFFICIENCY IN PUBLIC BUILDINGS IN THE MED AREA:
A PATHWAY TO POLICIES AND PRACTICES
Nice, 4-5 October 2017
The Efficient Buildings Community created, supported, and managed by the Interreg MED project MEDNICE gathers stakeholders dealing with energy issues to share innovative solutions.
Post date: 14 Sep 2017
FOSTEr in MED project aims to promote the adoption of innovative solar photovoltaic (PV) technologies in the Mediterranean area. The project adopts a multi-layer strategic approach, with the involvement of the local stakeholders, in order to ensure that the results of the project activities will have a multiplicative effect at the Mediterranean Basin level, in terms of outcomes replication, dissemination and transferability of results both beyond the partnership and after the end of the project.
Post date: 8 Sep 2017
Local water harvesting, demand reduction and wastewater treatment measures at a building scale can help manage water resources around the Mediterranean.
This study conducts a life cycle water, energy and cost analysis of rainwater and condensate water harvesting, water conservation, wastewater treatment and three combinations of these measures over 50 years, using an apartment building in Sehaileh, Lebanon. The measures’ performance is further investigated through a comprehensive sensitivity analysis that extends the applicability of findings.
Post date: 22 May 2017
The ENI Cross Border Cooperation programme in the Mediterranean Basin (CBCMed) will be holding its launching conference "WE MED" in Athens. The event will gather over 300 participants from the 13 Mediterranean countries involved in the Programme.
The conference will be an opportunity to discover successful cooperation stories and expert discussions; learn how to access funding opportunities under the programme; and connect with a broad range of stakeholders from the Mediterranean area.
Post date: 30 Nov 2016
The French Environment & Energy Management Agency (ADEME), with the support of its Mediterranean partners, has launched the 1st edition of the Mediterranean Climate Change Adaptation Awards, a competition to promote personal actions and encourage stakeholders in the Mediterranean to adapt to climate change impacts.
Post date: 3 Aug 2016
This report presents the final results of ZEMedS (Zero Energy MEDiterranean Schools) project toolkits and case studies.
Post date: 22 Apr 2016