Environmental issues related to buildings

Post date: 15 Apr 2010
Type: Publication

Application deadline: 30th of April 2010 Apply now at http://www.european-energy-service-initiative.net/de/195.html Further information and application documents are available at http://www.european-energy-service-initiative.net/de/195.html We are looking forward to you application and wish you good luck.
Post date: 14 Apr 2010
Type: News

Wynikiem końcowym oceny jest świadectwo oceny charakterystyki środowiskowej budynku. Dokument ten jest generowany automatycznie na podstawie obliczeń opartych o wcześniej wprowadzone dane. Świadectwo składa się z czterech podstawowych części: Danych o budynku – gdzie podane są takie dane jak rodzaj budynku, adres, rok zakończenia budowy oraz powierzchnia użytkowa oraz gdzie należy umieścić zdjęcie budynku;
Post date: 14 Apr 2010
Type: Tool

The EU wishes to better tap the possibilities and potentials of energy services in the future and has therefore brought to life the European Energy Service Initiative in 2009. Considering the depletion of non-renewable resources and global climate change, new solutions for energy supply become increasingly important. Energy service companies (ESCOs) in Europe are already showing that energy efficiency and profitability do not contravene. Innovative Energy Performance Contracts can reduce energy consumption of buildings by 25 percent and more.
Post date: 8 Apr 2010
Type: News

pro domo legno is a project to promote the culture of timber houses in Italy. It's managed by Koelnmesse Srl (the Italian branch of Cologne Fair) and powered by BDF (the German Association of Premanufactured Timber Buildings). With different communication and marketing actions, pro domo legno want to spread the values of timber houses, like wellness, eco-sustainability, energy saving, quality of life, reliability, long life, etc. It's based on the German great-experience in this field. www.prodomolegno.it
Post date: 6 Apr 2010
Type: Link

Post date: 6 Apr 2010
Type: Link

A total of 100 households were challenged to do what they could to reduce their environmental footprint. They were selected to be nationally representative - including demographics, social groups and house types. Each household received an initial environmental audit from a member of the project team and an attitudinal survey to understand their views on environmental matters. They were also given a project pack of information and ‘green’ equipment, along with £500 to spend in support of their environmental improvements.
Post date: 1 Apr 2010
Type: News

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Post date: 1 Apr 2010
Type: Event

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Post date: 1 Apr 2010
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