EEIP is a free, neutral and open business and policy platform for the energy transition.
At its core is the idea that the energy transition requires more than technical solutions but sound business cases, and that market growth can be accelerated through information and best practice exchange.
Post date: 6 Nov 2020
ACR+ is an international network of cities and regions sharing the aim of promoting a sustainable resource management and accelerating the transition towards a circular economy on their territories and beyond.
Circular economy calling for cooperation between all actors, ACR+ is open to other key players in the field of material resource management such as NGOs, academic institutions, consultancy or private organisations.
Post date: 4 Nov 2020
Growing ideas through networks
The European Cooperation in Science and Technology (COST) is a funding organisation for the creation of research networks, called COST Actions. These networks offer an open space for collaboration among scientists across Europe (and beyond) and thereby give impetus to research advancements and innovation.
Post date: 24 Jul 2020
Who are the AECB?
The AECB (Association for Environment Conscious Building) is a network of individuals and companies with a common aim of promoting sustainable building.
Running since the 1980's the AECB are the largest and oldest network for sustainable building.
What do we do?
Post date: 24 Jun 2020
The global Passive House platform
Post date: 28 Feb 2020
In 2020, the energy transition is entering a new phase: the new EU Green Deal, new legislation and programmes in Member States to implement the Clean Energy Package and, in general, a new momentum for climate protection.
Post date: 17 Ene 2020
Les clusters Habitat Sustentável (Portugal) et CAP Construction (Belgique) ont le plaisir de vous inviter ce 27 mai à une après-midi de conférences centrées sur la « Rénovation Durable des Bâtiments dans les Centres Urbains », suivie d’une séance de networking avec des entreprises portugaises actives sur la thématique.
Post date: 2 Mayo 2019
The workshops aimed to explore the role of the Social Sciences & Humanities (SSH) in meeting local or regional energy challenges: how do those working in energy at the local level feel SSH understandings could help them in their work? Workshop organisers were trained beforehand in participatory ‘storytelling’ methods, which were designed into the workshops in order to enable rich and diverse contributions from participants to help understand these challenges and draw out SSH-relevant themes.
Post date: 20 Feb 2019
Are you looking for detailed information on the upcoming 2018-2020 Work Program?
Would you like to be part of a consortium working on a proposal to get Horizon 2020 funding but do not have a project idea?
The ERRIN Horizon 2020 Project Development Week is an opportunity you cannot miss!
Post date: 24 Oct 2017
Towards zero-energy cities
R2CITIES - 2 webinars to sidestep the pitfalls of residential district retrofitting - Monday 19 June
Post date: 9 Jun 2017