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  Concept:   With climate change becoming even more concerning and dangerous by the day, innovators across many industries and sectors aim to develop and introduce products and technologies that are environmentally safe.  
Post date: 24 fév 2021
Type: Lien

How new design patterns can enable cities and their residents to change with climate change cunaplus/Shutterstock Cameron Tonkinwise, University of Technology Sydney et Abby Mellick Lopes, University of Technology Sydney   Our cities, designed for one set of climatic ranges, are increasingly “out of place” as average temperatures rise.  
Post date: 18 fév 2021
Type: Actualité

Concept:   The countries in the Central and Eastern European (CEE) region and in the former Soviet Union republics (CIS region) have the most energy-poor people in Europe.    This is mainly due to high energy prices and poor energy efficiency of the buildings, heating systems and household appliances.  
Post date: 17 fév 2021
Type: Lien

In 2019, 6.9% of the EU population said in an EU-wide survey that they could not afford to heat their home sufficiently.   Energy poverty represents a problem all over Europe, and is particularly high in the East, South, South-Eastern and Baltic regions of Europe, where GDP per capita often falls below the EU average.  
Post date: 15 fév 2021
Type: Actualité

Concept and objectives:   The 2018 revision of the European Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) aims to further promote smart building technologies, in particular through the establishment of a Smart Readiness Indicator (SRI) for buildings.  
Post date: 15 fév 2021
Type: Lien

Stijn Verbeke is senior researcher at EnergyVille/VITO and University of Antwerp. He is an innovator on smart buildings and data-driven tools for improving the energy performance of buildings and districts.   Stijn holds a PhD degree in applied engineering and lectures courses on building physics and energy performance of buildings for engineering students at the University of Antwerp.  
Post date: 15 fév 2021
Type: Lien

Zoom in on this district located in the city of Guangzhou, China. This project is a good example of urban planning to meet the needs of a population that will continue to grow in the coming years.    Its 2.1 square km surface area will be measured and planned to maintain a living environment for its inhabitants while preserving the environment. One of the interests of this proje  
Post date: 11 fév 2021
Type: Actualité

Over the past year, Dark Matter Labs has been reimagining infrastructures with stakeholders throughout Europe, including the EIT Climate-KIC Healthy, Clean Cities Deep Demonstration.   This article is a lightly edited extract from a full-length version, first published on Dark Matter Labs’ blog.   It has often been stated that societies, civilisations and cities live or die by the infrastructure they build.
Post date: 11 fév 2021
Type: Actualité

Nearly all industries have had to adapt amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Not all sectors have had the same experience in adjusting to prevent spreading the virus, though.   Heavy industries like construction and manufacturing face a unique challenge concerning new safety precautions. At the peak of COVID-19 regulations, 42% of the workforce was working from home.  
Post date: 11 fév 2021
Type: Actualité

Join the team from the International Passive House Association for their series: iPHA Q&A with PHI!   Once a month, iPHA sits down with experts from different departments at the Passive House Institute to hear about the work they do, what they offer and how you can make the most of those offerings!  
Post date: 10 fév 2021
Type: Évènement