energy efficiency measures

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Post date: 22 Feb 2010
Type: Publication

Post date: 27 Gen 2010
Type: Publication

The objectives of this Community are to provide a permanent point of contact  to demonstrate that solar shading and control strategies can make a substantial contribution to energy savings. This Community is facilitated by ES-SO, the European Solar Shading Organization (www.es-so.com).
Post date: 28 Dic 2009
Type: Argomento

Turning off office equipment over the Christmas period could save UK business £70 million in costs and slash over 450 thousand tonnes of carbon. Figures released by the Carbon Trust today show switching off non-essential kit over the festive period could make a big impact on businesses’ bottom lines: saving around nine million pounds and stopping over 50 thousand tonnes of carbon being pumped into the atmosphere every day.
Post date: 22 Dic 2009
Type: News

According to Ms. Birbili, a new draft law for Renewable Energy Sources has already been prepared and will be put out on public consultation in November. The new draft law focuses on:
Post date: 9 Nov 2009
Type: News

The circular letter states that governmental institutions are obliged to:  Reduce energy consumption by 10 % Energy consumption determined as the total annual energy consumption measured in kWh within the ministry's entire provinceAct energy efficiently
Post date: 9 Nov 2009
Type: News

Blog related to the energy efficiency in industry and buildings through the adoption of frequency inverters. The blog language is Italian.
Post date: 28 Ott 2009
Type: Note

Climate protection needs to promote development that is ecologically, economically and socially sustainable. Indicators of sustainable well-being should be elaborated to complement gross domestic product data.
Post date: 19 Ott 2009
Type: News

The last two years have seen an historic shift in the global climate, in the economy and in the balance of politics. Major industrial and financial touchstones such as the car, insurance and banking industries have in parts collapsed. The rate of climate change, and lack of effective actions so far to combat it, are now driving stringent ghg emissions targets as never before. New industries will grow to meet society’s changing needs to adapt to, and mitigate against, climate change.
Post date: 8 Ott 2009
Type: News