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An important public building in the most populated city of Zagreb county, Velika Gorica, this kindergarten was in need of energy renovation as it was expensive to run and uncomfortable for its occupants.  Having become an eco-school, the management realised that energy renovation was essential to underpin the new ethos of the school.  
Post date: 30 Apr 2020
Type: Case

The Lycée pour Professions de Santé in Ettelbruck, now the largest wooden building in the Grand Duchy, is a pilot project. It is indeed the first Luxembourg public building with positive energy. It is also the first in Luxembourg to aim for a "Minergie-P- ECO" certification. In addition to the comfort of the occupants, which reaches its highest level thanks to this certification, it is also the ecological footprint of the building that has been at the centre of attention since the design phase.  
Post date: 19 Apr 2020
Type: Case

When the new grammar school building was erected in Diedorf, an ‘integrated design process’ was applied, demonstrating that it is possible to plan innovatively and sustainably and still ensure that available resources are used economically and sparingly throughout the entire life cycle of a building.  
Post date: 17 Apr 2020
Type: Case

Can a building produce more energy than it consumes, exclusively from renewable sources? Certainly! This is demonstrated by the experience of Casa SN (named after its owners Sara and Nicola Berlanda) which has recently become the first building in Europe - and Italy - to be certified under the Zero Energy standard of the International Living Future Institute (ILFI).  
Post date: 17 Apr 2020
Type: News

Long-term testing of airtightness to increase energy efficiency in buildings The LTT Phase 2 project is designed to address and implement the findings of our Feasibility Study and to enable a rapid and successful commercialisation of our Long-term testing of airtightness (LTT) technology.  
Post date: 1 Apr 2020
Type: Link

Lower Energy Use Via an Extraordinary Network (LEUVEN)
Post date: 25 Feb 2020
Type: Link

Novel building Integration Designs for increased Efficiencies in Advanced Climatically Tunable Renewable Energy Systems
Post date: 9 Jan 2020
Type: Link

Lightweight switchable smart solutions for energy saving large windows and glass façades
Post date: 9 Jan 2020
Type: Link

Held concurrently with Thailand Lighting Fair (THLF) 2019 and Secutech Thailand 2019, the three fairs will hold hands and bring out a new direction “Smart + Energy” to industry players. Overall, the fairs are segmented into six main sections, including Applications – Digital Living, Technology – Smart Tech, Management – Smart Governance, Energy Source, Power Generation and Energy Management, aiming at easing the impact of rapid urbanisation in Thailand and ASEAN regions by moving forward to achieving smart living in smart cities.  
Post date: 16 May 2019
Type: Event

An urban district in western Turkey is trialling a smart lighting system in a bid to cut energy bills and be more ecological.  
Post date: 11 Apr 2019
Type: News