Energy performance certification

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The Parties have agreed the following preliminary overarching themes for this MoU:Globally consistent metrics and protocols for measuring, accounting and reporting of energy use and the resulting impacts particularly with respect to greenhouse gas emission of buildings. Joint leadership and collaboration in the development of the core metric and protocol.
Post date: 12 Jul 2010
Type: News

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Post date: 5 Jul 2010
Type: Event

The study examines the experiences with building typologies in the European countries. The objective is to learn how to structure the variety of energy-related features of existing buildings. As a result of the enquiry it can be stated that there are a lot of different activities which are based on typological criteria. Some of them are concentrating on providing information material and conducting energy advice.
Post date: 28 Jun 2010
Type: Publication

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Post date: 28 Jun 2010
Type: News

Companies must be able to understand and manage their greenhouse gases (GHG) risks if they are to ensure long-term success in a competitive business environment. A well-designed and maintained corporate GHG inventory, which aligns with business specific issues is an essential business tool and is increasingly seen as a marker for good management practice. Those that perform well are demonstrating their ability to manage risk, drive efficiencies, and offer the best value to clients.
Post date: 25 Jun 2010
Type: Publication

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Post date: 25 Jun 2010
Type: Publication

Post date: 23 Jun 2010
Type: Link

"These projects will help the United States lead the world in advancing energy-efficient technologies," Secretary Chu said. "Energy-efficient commercial buildings will help our country cut its carbon emissions and energy costs while the training programs will upgrade the skills of the current workforce and attract the next generation to careers in the emerging clean-energy economy."
Post date: 22 Jun 2010
Type: News