The dates are set for next year’s leading event on the promotion of a secure, clean and efficient energy for Europe. The EU Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) will take place from 15 to 19 June 2015 in Brussels and across Europe.
Post date: 29 Dic 2014
Keeping pace with the global changes, the Smart Buildings will be a new accent of the 9th Eco Forum & Exhibition for South-East Europe organized by Via Expo. The event will be a platform for know-how transfer and new business contacts with the local players: experts, managers, investors and municipality representatives from South-East Europe, attending the Forum. The Conference
Post date: 26 Ago 2014
One of main goals of the Sophia project is to make some of the existing top-class PV Research Infrastructures available for the benefit of the whole European photovoltaic community.The project provides European researchers and companies with the opportunity to develop their own research projects through the Transnational Access (TA) to the Sophia consortium's Research Infrastructures (RI) – free-of-charge and supported by the European Commission. KUBIK by Tecnalia is one of the Research Infrastructures that participates in the SOPHIA project.
Post date: 21 Lug 2014
The EU Sustainable Energy Week High Level Policy Conference will take place from 24 to 26 of June in Brussels, and includes some 30 sessions on renewable energy, energy efficiency and clean transport. Participation is free of charge.Register now to get a seat at the sessions of your choice!
Post date: 30 Mag 2014
Post date: 26 Mag 2014
Is your city, private company or association investing in energy efficiency, renewable energy or clean transport? Are you keen to gain EU recognition and visibility for your sustainable energy achievements?Share your contribution to the EU 2020 energy targets by submitting a project to the EU’s most important sustainable energy awards competition.
Post date: 14 Mar 2014
The Future of Rural Energy in Europe (FREE) initiative gives a voice to all those who believe that rural energy needs are important issues both for those who live in the countryside and for European society as a whole. We want to make sure that policy makers acknowledge that the following is true and plan accordingly.
Post date: 12 Feb 2014
The assessment of energy performances of buildings has been carried out by structuring a national catalogue of the existing buildings. Within the catalogue, a characteristic building typology for Serbia will be defined, together with the descriptions and characteristic elements of the building structures (construction, envelope, wall types, windows, ceilings, roofs, heating systems), and the energy performances of these elements.
Post date: 22 Gen 2014
Post date: 9 Gen 2014
This study on the energy performance of buildings in Serbia by a group of authors from the Faculty of Architecture in Belgrade, gives a methodologically comprehensive and consistent analysis of the characteristics of family houses in Serbia´s six regions and defines their basic typology. Building on statistical data, field research and previous professional and academic experiences, the authors have created a highly valuable piece of work, eliciting considerations of how well adapted the Serbian family house is to the current requirements related to efficiency, cost effictiveness, as...
Post date: 8 Gen 2014