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Energy transition: new business models to de-risk investments and kick start the EU building renovation wave
Post date: 20 mai 2020
Type: Évènement

+CityxChange (Positive City ExChange) is a smart city project, that has been granted funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme in the call for ‘Smart cities and communities.’ The Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) is the host and leads the +CityxChange consortium together with the Lighthouse Cities Trondheim Kommune and Limerick City and County Council.     WHY?  
Post date: 19 mai 2020
Type: Lien

Looking to respond constructively to the COVID-19 pandemic, many architects have turned to what they know best: design and innovation. The new restrictions placed on society have been a catalyst to rethink much of what we take for granted in the built environment. The way the world has adapted to this new lifestyle may forecast new normals following the COVID-19 outbreak.  
Post date: 19 mai 2020
Type: Actualité

Buildings account for around 40% of energy consumption and 36% of CO2 emissions in the European Union.   Do you know that the annual rate of home and commercial building renovation is well under the 3% required to achieve European climate and energy goals?  
Post date: 19 mai 2020
Type: Actualité

Skills development in the building sector: what are the challenges?
Post date: 19 mai 2020
Type: Actualité

Circular Built Environment Design - Applying the Circular Economy to the Design of Social Housing
Post date: 14 mai 2020
Type: Lien

HEAT PUMPS SKILLS FOR NZEB CONSTRUCTION
Post date: 14 mai 2020
Type: Lien

Sustainable energy Positive & zero cARbon CommunitieS Project description   An inclusive process for the urban sustainable energy transition to smart cities  
Post date: 12 mai 2020
Type: Lien

Climate Interactive is an independent, not-for-profit think-tank that grew out of MIT Sloan in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA. Based on a long tradition of system dynamics modeling, our simulations and insights help people see connections, play out scenarios, and see what works to address climate change, inequity, and related issues like energy, health, and food. Climate Interactive was named the top US Energy and Environment think tank, by Prospect Magazine.   What we do
Post date: 12 mai 2020
Type: Lien