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iBRoad is among the year’s 3 most innovative European energy projects recognized at the EU Sustainable Energy Awards 2020!   The H2020 funded project iBRoad stands out as an award finalist in the Innovation category introducing a new era in home renovation and #energyefficiency across Europe.  
Post date: 10 Jun 2020
Type: News

The construction industry seems to be comparatively unscathed by the pandemic – at least at first glance. Work has continued on many building sites. But what about the long-term situation at the global level? Should urban densification in this new age of interpersonal spacing still be advocated? Do architects, planners, engineers, and urban designers need to rethink certain precepts or even embrace a paradigm shift?
Post date: 10 Jun 2020
Type: News

 AEE – INTEC, eurac research, Fraunhofer ISE, ATP sustain, Bouygues, SKANSKA SE, Moretti, 3i, Köhler & Meinzer organize a webinar with the title:   CRAVEzero - Cost Reduction and market Acceleration for Viable nearly zero-Energy buildings Presentation and discussion of the results from the Horizon 2020 project "CRAVEzero.eu“   Wednesday, 24. June 2020
Post date: 10 Jun 2020
Type: Event

EHPA is pleased to invite you to its new Online Projects Talks series. Bringing together the knowledge gained from our projects and linking it with likeminded initiatives from outside our organization.  
Post date: 9 Jun 2020
Type: Event

The European Commission is hosting the second of two webinars on sustainable energy investment in Member State recovery plans on 30 June 2020 from 10:30 to 12:00 CET.   The webinar will continue the discussion of how some EU Member States are integrating sustainable energy investment into their economic recovery plans and how national financial institutions are supporting these efforts.  
Post date: 9 Jun 2020
Type: Event

The Commitment The Net Zero Carbon Buildings Commitment (the Commitment) challenges companies, cities, states and regions to reach Net Zero operating emissions in their portfolios by 2030, and to advocate for all buildings to be Net Zero in operation by 2050.  
Post date: 9 Jun 2020
Type: Link

HolaDomus is a program that accompanies citizens during the process of reforming their homes to improve comfort, accessibility, health and energy consumption.   The renovation of homes can be stressful, expensive and complex. HolaDomus provides owners with technical, administrative and financial support.   Technical and administrative support  
Post date: 9 Jun 2020
Type: Link

The transition to a climate-neutral society is both a challenging task and an opportunity to build a better future for all. It is about people and their daily lives: how we produce, consume, move, heat or cool our houses, work and live together.   Alongside government policies and regulation, citizens, communities and organisations in all sectors of our society and economy have their part to play.  
Post date: 9 Jun 2020
Type: Link

The Advancing Net Zero (ANZ) Status Report 2020 highlights leadership action from GBCs and the building and construction sector towards achieving total sector decarbonisation.   We showcase action from across our Green Building Council (GBC) network including the 27 GBCs participating in WorldGBC’s global Advancing Net Zero project, as well as signatories to the Net Zero Carbon Buildings Commitment (the Commitment).   Included in the report are:
Post date: 9 Jun 2020
Type: Publication

Buildings account for more than one-third of global carbon emissions. Five years after the Paris Climate Agreement, it is high time to act. To facilitate this process, the IGBC call on Irish businesses and cities to take a leadership role and to sign up to the Advancing Net Zero Commitment. The commitment, which aims to see 100% uptake of net zero carbon buildings by 2050, challenges businesses and cities to ensure that all buildings they own, occupy and/or develop operate at net zero carbon by 2030.  
Post date: 9 Jun 2020
Type: News