What makes a façade intelligent?
Opaque façade technologies have incrementally evolved both in new construction a by increasing their thermal insulation and airtightness levels aiming to reduce the overall energy demand from the buildings...
The video shows the demo site at the University Politehnica of Bucharest where a section of the district heating system has been retrofitted with a combination of many different renewable energy technologies – geothermal energy...
Build Up: In brief, how can heat pump technology be explained?
Dan Stefanica: A heat pump is a device that can provide heating, cooling, and hot water for residential, commercial, and industrial...
The European Green Deal sets ambitious targets for GHG emission reductions for the process industry, which can only partly be reached by the transition to renewable energy. Residual, hard-to-abate CO2 emissions from...
Given that the building industry is responsible for 40% of EU’s energy consumption and 36% of green-house gas emissions, the European Union through the European Green Deal and targeted actions such as the “Renovation Wave...
The session started with an introduction to the event by Dan Stefanica, from EHPA, followed by a keynote speech by Luca Angelino, Project Adviser at CINEA, who enhanced the European strategies (EU Green Deal...
Start date: 1 October 2021 - End date: 30 September 2025
CENTRO DE INVESTIGACIONES ENERGETICAS, MEDIOAMBIENTALES Y TECNOLOGICAS-CIEMAT
INSTITUTO SUPERIOR TECNICO
UNIVERSIDAD DE SEVILLA
Deadlines to be considered
Lead topical discussions with a policy session, apply by 1 February
Gain recognition with the EUSEW Awards, apply by 9 February
Showcase your initiative at the Energy Fair, apply by 2 March
In addition, the programme helps to spread knowledge, which contributes to economic growth and optimises the impact of EU investments. The period of validity extends until the year 2027.
More information here.