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If your organisation is coordinating, or involved in a European Project that is producing outputs (guidelines, best practices, reviews, analysis or tools) you deem could be useful for housing managers who are working to reduce energy consumption and make their activities more sustainable, please do not hesitate to contact us!  ....we have dedicated a section of our website to relevant ongoing projects in order to feed it with new material and offer interested organisations the opportunity to display their work
Post date: 28 Jul 2011
Type: News

The New Directive has a lot of potential to get this process underway and to support local energy transitions. CECODHAS Housing Europe is focusing on what it sees as three main catalysts which will be vital for our success: 1) achieving the optimal energy mix of efficiency, renewables and capture of waste heat BEFORE we invest in macro grids, 2) Citizen engagement and empowerment through ICT but much more besides 3) access to capital at the right rates and under conditions that mean transitions are not exclusive but all- inclusive.
Post date: 6 Jul 2011
Type: News

Download here the POWER HOUSE EUROPE - Platform’s Activity Highlights This report has been produced in the framework of POWER HOUSE EUROPE - The big green housing exchange (www.powerhouseeurope.eu), an initiative led by CECODHAS Housing Europe - The Federation of Public, Cooperative and Social Housing (www.housingeurope.eu) supported by the Intelligent-Energy Europe programme.
Post date: 27 May 2011
Type: News

On the 22nd and 23rd of  March was held the latest POWER HOUSE meeting between the Spanish and Italian public housing federations (AVS and Federcasa). The meeting, aimed at reviewing the financial sources for energy refurbishment, was jointly chaired by Ettore Isacchini, Federcasa’s  vice president and AVS’s President Francesc Villanueva.
Post date: 26 Apr 2011
Type: News

This article is an excerpt from the National Platform POWER HOUSE Bulgaria Newsletter available both in English and Bulgarian
Post date: 5 Apr 2011
Type: News

One of the key aims of the Estonian Union of Cooperative Housing Associations (EKÜL) is to provide information on opportunities to achieve energy savings in buildings by arranging a variety of information days, training sessions and round table discussions aimed at representatives of housing associations in Estonia. EKÜL organises seminars for the housing managers of owner-occupied apartments blocks, outlining innovative refurbishment measures and the savings they can result in and the possible funding opportunities.
Post date: 1 Apr 2011
Type: News

The project is also a partner in the European project POWER HOUSE EUROPE - The big green housing exchange (www.powerhouseeurope.eu) an initiative led by CECODHAS Housing Europe - The Federation of Public, Cooperative and Social Housing (www.housingeurope.eu) supported by the Intelligent-Energy Europe programme.
Post date: 30 Mar 2011
Type: News

Marie Donnelly, who is now in charge of the directorate responsible for - New and Renewable Sources of Energy, Energy Efficiency and Innovation at DG ENER recently outlined a couple of the blocking points when it comes to energy efficiency – They included the fact that although everyone agrees that energy efficiency is a good idea, there is no denying the fact that You Have to Spend to Save! and that the Financial Sector, with some exceptions, is not yet buying in to its full potential to the Energy Efficiency Agenda.
Post date: 15 Oct 2010
Type: Note