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We are excited to announce that the last EENSULATE article was published in the Project Repository Journal by EDMA (European Dissemination Media Agency).   Read the full article HERE!
Post date: 20 May 2021
Type: News

New publication alert!   Another EnDuCrete project paper was published in the Designs journal by MDPI!  
Post date: 20 May 2021
Type: Publication

Boosting economic recovery with the energy transition is the focus of this year’s event from 21-25 June 2021 in Wels/Austria. Only five weeks left until the World Sustainable Energy Days 2021!  
Post date: 20 May 2021
Type: News

To realise its potential to help Europeans live “beautifully, sustainably, together,” the Commission needs to prioritise beauty as a European public good supported by adequate investment, maximum societal participation and a comprehensive policy framework, argues Vadim Kononenko. Kononenko is a Senior Visiting Fellow at Egmont – Royal Institute of International Relations.   
Post date: 20 May 2021
Type: News

The digitalisation of existing buildings is yet far from being generalised. In consequence, building occupants and owners have limited knowledge and understanding of their building as an energy system, and how their behaviour can impact it. Smart technologies represent a strong lever to increase the energy efficiency in buildings in the short term and with limited investments, in an approach that is complementary to longer-term deep renovation projects.  
Post date: 20 May 2021
Type: News

With the Renovation Wave Strategy, the European Commission aims to at least double renovation rates in the next ten years and make sure renovations lead to higher energy and resource efficiency. This will enhance the quality of life for people living in and using the buildings, reduce Europe’s greenhouse gas emissions, foster digitalisation and improve the reuse and recycling of materials.  
Post date: 19 May 2021
Type: News

The attached infographics made by the TripleA-reno project show some interesting insights about the project.   TripleA-reno is a H2020 EU-funded project running from May 2018 until April 2021. It raises awareness and provides guidance on the different phases of the renovation process for decision makers, such as designers, architects, engineers, customers, homeowners, building managers.
Post date: 19 May 2021
Type: Publication

RINNO is a Horizon 2020 project that aims to deliver a set of processes that when working together give a system, repository, marketplace, and enabling workflow process for managing deep renovation projects.   
Post date: 19 May 2021
Type: Link

The H2020 BuiltHub project - Dynamic EU building stock knowledge hub  
Post date: 19 May 2021
Type: Link

The European Union’s decarbonisation and energy goals are having a positive impact on society at the European, national, regional and local level. However, the benefits of energy efficiency have yet to be fully understood and accepted by stakeholders. The EU-funded EEW4 project aims to support public authorities in implementing the Energy Union and achieving wide support for the benefits of decarbonisation and energy efficiency.  
Post date: 18 May 2021
Type: Link