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A total of 100 households were challenged to do what they could to reduce their environmental footprint. They were selected to be nationally representative - including demographics, social groups and house types. Each household received an initial environmental audit from a member of the project team and an attitudinal survey to understand their views on environmental matters. They were also given a project pack of information and ‘green’ equipment, along with £500 to spend in support of their environmental improvements.
Post date: 1 avr 2010
Type: Actualité

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Post date: 1 avr 2010
Type: Évènement

The project Keep Cool II proposes different actions to achieve this goal. For this it is divided in two phases. The first one provides analysis and technical tools to overcome the most important barriers by introducing sustainable summer comfort. The second phase is addressing existing networks and policy makers on national and European level by providing them information materials with good practice examples designed especially for the target groups. It will accompanied by dissemination campaigns.
Post date: 27 mar 2010
Type: Publication

The Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD), as part of European policy to stimulate energy efficiency in housing, offers vast energy saving potential. However, presently the awareness amongst actors in the housing sector, in particular regarding of the EPBD and energy certificates for housing, is low. The objective of the IMPLEMENT European project is to address this problem through information and sales campaigns in seven Member States across Europe. IMPLEMENT translates the global goals of the EPBD to solutions that address everyday issues like health, comfort and energy...
Post date: 26 mar 2010
Type: Publication

The project Keep Cool II proposes different actions to achieve this goal. For this it is divided in two phases. The first one provides analysis and technical tools to overcome the most important barriers by introducing sustainable summer comfort. The second phase is addressing existing networks and policy makers on national and European level by providing them information materials with good practice examples designed especially for the target groups. It will accompanied by dissemination campaigns.
Post date: 26 mar 2010
Type: Publication

ASIEPI stands for 'Assessment and Improvement of the EPBD Impact (for new buildings and building renovation)'.
Post date: 26 mar 2010
Type: Lien

Mr Jones said, "Making homes more energy efficient is a key part in our ambitions to reduce Wales’ carbon footprint. I am delighted that for the first time we will be able to use European funding to help those who most need it make their homes more energy efficient. “Improving energy use in the home is also an important step in the delivery of our Green Jobs Strategy for Wales, developing skilled jobs for local people. Domestic energy efficiency is a growing industry, and we have the opportunity to position Wales at its forefront through this investment.
Post date: 23 mar 2010
Type: Actualité

Post date: 22 mar 2010
Type: Publication

All over the EU, Social Housing organisations are increasing the energy efficiency of their housing stock, however there remains potential for further improvements. To accelerate this process,  experts from national and regional federations need a platform where they can learn from each others’ successes and mistakes, exchange advice, tips and experience on all issues related to energy use in social housing.  
Post date: 10 déc 2009
Type: Sujet