non-residential buildings

Training courses for Energy Auditors (Buildings) - Polish Energy Conservation Foundation (Poszanowania Energii Fundacja)   In Poland, the Energy Conservation Foundation organises training for individuals wishing to become energy auditors of residential and public buildings. The course is designed for people with a higher education in electrical, mechanical or environmental engineering, construction and energy related fields, however it is also possible for people with a secondary technical education to take part.  
Post date: 3 Oct 2012
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Post date: 9 Jul 2012
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This R&D Centre is a showcase of services and solutions offered by the company. It contains a telepresence room and 6 rooms of videoconferences with the latest technology of audio and video to conduct meetings, training, etc., in short to interact effectively with the stakeholders. In the laboratory of the Centre, the technicians develop and investigate the most innovative products to offer the best quality and best service. In addition the building has a BMS of high performance and great energy efficiency that helps save energy and improve the security of the distribution of...
Post date: 5 Jun 2012
Type: Case

The Invest in Innovative Refurb programme will introduce new, energy efficient, technologies and processes to the refurbishment of non domestic buildings, with the aim of reducing energy use in the existing building stock.
Post date: 21 May 2012
Type: News

The three-year 'Invest in Innovative Refurb' competition will show how innovative technologies and processes can be used to make significant energy savings in non-domestic buildings such as schools, shops, offices and hotels. Applicants must register their interest in the competition by 6 June 2012, with applications submitted by 13 June 2012.
Post date: 21 May 2012
Type: News

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Post date: 18 Apr 2012
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Post date: 26 Aug 2011
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Post date: 26 Aug 2011
Type: Event

Europe’s energy infrastructure is facing important challenges.  As outlined in the recent Commission Communication on Energy Infrastructure priorities, ‘the risk and cost of disruptions and wastage will become much higher unless the EU invests, as a matter of urgency, in smart, effective and competitive energy networks and exploits its potential for energy efficiency improvements’.  It is commonly agreed that Europe needs to embark on a transition ‘toward a more decentralised power system relying to a larger extent on small-scale (sometimes intermittent) generation from renewable...
Post date: 23 Aug 2011
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Post date: 15 Jun 2010
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