Local/regional/national authorities and facilitators

Innovation in the construction sector is an important driver to adapt to megatrends such as digitalisation, globalised value chains and greater urbanisation, while reducing the industry’s climate impact. Industrial prefabrication is a promising example to boost deep renovation by increased collaboration and aggregated demand.  
Post date: 4 oct 2019
Type: Publication

SAVE THE DATE 02.10.2019 - Policy Seminar and Opening of the Exhibition on Climate Change/Brussels 09.10.2019 - Workshop on the adaptive re-use of our built environment during the EU week of Regions and Cities/ Brussels.   25.10.2019 - ACE-UIA International Conference on Design Competitions/Paris. 23.11.2019 - Perspectives: The Young Architects' Forum/ Barcelona.  NEWS FROM MEMBERS
Post date: 3 oct 2019
Type: Actualité

This issue of the Air Infiltration and Ventilation Centre’s (AIVC) newsletter provides an overview of the centre’s latest achievements and initiatives i.e. information on past and future events, new publications, feedback on on-going AIVC projects and many more.   Contents include:
Post date: 3 oct 2019
Type: Publication

Energy Efficiency Expo is Australia’s most comprehensive energy efficiency event, featuring a dedicated B2B exhibition with the latest low carbon technologies and cost-reducing sustainable solutions. The free-to-attend energy efficiency education theatre located within the exhibition enables attendees to learn about new developments in energy and source solutions to energy efficiency challenges.   SHOW FEATURES Expo
Post date: 3 oct 2019
Type: Évènement

The objectives of the meeting are to:
Post date: 3 oct 2019
Type: Évènement

Achieving climate neutrality by 2050 requires decarbonising the whole economy, including the energy-hungry heating sector, says Finland’s Riku Huttunen. And that will involve cooperation at all levels of government, including local and EU authorities, he argues. Heating represents almost half (40%) of the EU’s total energy consumption. As such, it is also responsible for a large share of greenhouse gas emissions. Yet, politicians seem reluctant to confront the issue head-on.   
Post date: 2 oct 2019
Type: Actualité

The project idea was born from the need to create a work that became a structure at the service of the beach of Samson Island of Elba, among the twelve most beautiful beaches in Italy.
Post date: 2 oct 2019
Type: Cas

USEF was founded in 2014 by seven key players, active across the smart energy industry. It grew out of the Smart Energy Collective (SEC), a Dutch multi-partner collaboration, developing smart energy technologies and services and bringing them together into five large-scale smart energy pilot projects. This work demonstrated an urgent need for a common standard for smart energy development to ensure  interconnectivity in a future integrated market.  
Post date: 2 oct 2019
Type: Lien

The digital transformation of the AEC sector is facing several criticalities which have to be solved in order to effectively exploit its different potentialities. For instance, the lack of a proper information management along the entire lifecycle of constructed works is still a big issue: the exchange of information can be improved by using different management tools and by practicing collaboration between all actors.
Post date: 2 oct 2019
Type: Actualité

Municipalities and regions play a key role in encouraging energy retrofits in condominiums. Although European local authorities are tackling the residential sector as part of their climate action, many of them still ignore the specific challenges and needs of multi-apartment buildings. What are key measures, both from a policy and an operational point of view, for accelerating condominium upgrades? And how can a local government link the different stakeholders for effective implementation and measurable success?  
Post date: 2 oct 2019
Type: Évènement