Legislation, regulations, standards

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Level(s) is a new European approach to assess and report on the sustainability performance of buildings, throughout the full life cycle of buildings.   Using existing standards, the Level(s) framework with its indicators provides a common language for building sustainability, which can be used directly on building projects and portfolios, or as a basis for other initiatives, policies, schemes and actions, to include life cycle thinking and circularity.  
Post date: 3 fév 2021
Type: Publication

Concept and objectives:   The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is the international body for assessing the science related to climate change.   The IPCC was set up in 1988 by the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) and United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) to provide policymakers with regular assessments of the scientific basis of climate change, its impacts and future risks, and options for adaptation and mitigation.
Post date: 3 fév 2021
Type: Lien

Concept and objectives:   At Fundación Laboral de la Construcción, they have worked since 1992 to provide companies and employees alike the resources to be more professional, secure, qualified and with a more successful future ahead.   The sector is increasingly more united and connected, and works closer with society and the rest of sectors than ever before, to face the challenges of new times.  
Post date: 3 fév 2021
Type: Lien

Webinar 10 – Example calculations with the set of EPB standards – (4) Focus on non-residential buildings (12h00 – 13h30 – 2nd February 2021) Following the successful first series of 6 webinars on the Energy Performance of Buildings standards (EN/ISO) supporting the implementation of the EPBD, an additional series of 4 webinars has been scheduled on the set up and results of a series of example calculations on buildings and systems using the EPB standards.
Post date: 2 fév 2021
Type: Actualité

WHY ATTEND?   As digitalization drives sweeping changes across the construction sector leading to new ‘informed’ ways of working Building Information Modelling (BIM) will enable all workers in the industry to be part of this change.   WHO SHOULD ATTEND?  
Post date: 2 fév 2021
Type: Évènement

Jeudi 18 février 18:00-19:00   Description   Depuis le 1er janvier, les exigences PEB sur les bâtiments neufs ont été renforcées.   On parle de maintenant de bâtiments Q-Zen (Quasi Zéro Energie).   Que se cache t’il derrière ce vocable ? Quel impact sur nos projets ?  
Post date: 2 fév 2021
Type: Évènement

  Kas oled jõudnud seaduste ja standardite muudatustel silma peal hoida? Kui mitte, siis ära muretse.   Siit leiad erinevad sisekliimat ning energiatõhusust puudutavate nõuete uuendused kronoloogilises järjekorras.
Post date: 29 jan 2021
Type: Actualité

29 decembrie 2020. Finalul de an aduce o schimbare majoră în sectorul clădirilor noi private, fie că vorbim de locuințe individuale, blocuri multifamiliale, clădiri de birouri sau alte tipuri de spații.  
Post date: 29 jan 2021
Type: Actualité

42 projects will receive €70M of funding to support the clean energy transition under the final H2020 Energy Efficiency Call.   The final H2020 Energy Efficiency Call for proposals closed last September and a record–number of 352 project proposals were submitted in the 10 different topics targeting the buildings, finance, consumer and public authorities sectors.  
Post date: 29 jan 2021
Type: Actualité

The European Commission has provided fresh funding to continue the work of the European Local Energy Assistance (ELENA) facility, implemented by the European Investment Bank (EIB).   Under the new agreement, the initiative will support projects across its sustainable energy (€30 million) and sustainable transport (€5 million) portfolios.
Post date: 29 jan 2021
Type: Actualité