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The H2020 project ComAct launches its toolbox of financing models

The H2020 project ComAct 'Community Tailored Actions for Energy Poverty Mitigation', has just launched its toolbox of financing schemes for energy-poor households. The ComAct project aims to lift citizens in CEE...

DigiPLACE Closing Conference

DigiPLACE has the pleasure of inviting you to its Closing Conference 27 May 2021 @ 09:00 am-04:00 pm - GMT +1:00    The Conference will take place from 9am to 4pm CET in 4 topic blocks: A recap of the DigiPLACE project & its main...

EPC 2.0: Dynamic tools and approaches for ambitious energy renovations

EuroACE invites you to an upcoming webinar entitled "EPC 2.0: Dynamic tools and approaches for ambitious energy renovations", which will take place on Thursday 27 May 2021 (10:00-11:30 CET) via GoToMeeting...


The VEF 2021 is designed to facilitate a multi-sectoral, multi-stakeholder and interdisciplinary dialogue on sustainable energy for inclusive development and productive capacities. Guided by the motto “Where Action Meets Ambition” and...

Efficient Buildings Digital Days

A Mediterranean wave for the transformation of our cities REGISTRATION
The Efficient Buildings Community is proud to present its Digital Days. The online event aims at moving forward the discussion on the post-Covid-19 recovery, on sustainable transition and on the role of public buildings refurbishment. In...

The New European Bauhaus must transform beauty into public good

Author: Vadim Kononenko


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...

Towards a healthy renovated Europe

Renovating our buildings is an opportunity that cannot be missed. Tackling climate change, edning energy poverty & creating green jobs are win-win-win for Europe.

The publication includes some insights concerning:   The hidden costs of Europe´s decrepit buildings: Europe’s buildings are among the biggest contributors to the climate crisis, as well as health inequality, but to date...

Stepping up for energy poverty through the SMARTER Municipal Platform

As Europe contends with the Covid-19 pandemic, exposure to indoor air has been rising, with people spending up to 90% of time indoors. Indoor air quality is a crucial element of resilience against respiratory disease. Insufficiently burned...