Slovenia

AimThe aim of campaign is to enable country-specific discussion and capacity building of the core stakeholders, which should enable better understanding of a business model based on investments financed by savings, address issues such as accounting of public deficit and debt, increase the confidence of the core stakeholders towards reliability and effectiveness of the EPC model, and help Member States with establishing an enabling legal and financial framework for the market with energy services.
Post date: 7 Dic 2012
Type: News

Hannover, 22.11.2012 – More than half of the overall world population is living in urban areas - with rising tendency. The permanently increasing urbanization can be driven to more sustainability by ecological concepts for mobility, energy-efficient buildings and intelligent energy supply. Intelligent energy supply had also been the main subject of the well-attended “Sustainable Energy in Buildings and Urban Areas” Symposium (SEBUA 2012) which took place in Kusadasi near Izmir/Turkey from October 14 – 20, 2012.
Post date: 4 Dic 2012
Type: News

Installers of Small-Scale Renewable Energy Systems

Article 14(3) of the Directive on the promotion of the use of energy from renewable sources (Directive 2009/28/EC or RES Directive) states that "Member States shall ensure that certification schemes or equivalent qualification schemes become or are available by 31 December 2012 for installers of small-scale biomass boilers and stoves, solar photovoltaic and solar thermal systems, shallow geothermal systems and heat pumps.
Post date: 21 Nov 2012
Type: Scheme

It is obligatory to undertake specialised training, in order to become an energy certificate assessor of buildings in Slovenia. After the training, potential assessors must also pass a national exam.  
Post date: 16 Ott 2012
Type: Link

Energy efficiency in buildings is at the forefront of this effort. Inter alia:
Post date: 8 Ott 2012
Type: News

This report describes the overall renewable energy policy developments in Slovenia and their compliance with the measures set out in the Directive and the National Renewable Energy Action Plan. The progress report is posted both in its original language and in its English translation.
Post date: 1 Ago 2012
Type: Publication

Air-Conditioning System Inspectors

Article 15 of the EPBD recast (Directive 2010/31/EU) requires all Member States to “lay down the necessary measures to establish a regular inspection of the accessible parts of air-conditioning systems of an effective rated output of more than 12 kW.
Post date: 9 Lug 2012
Type: Scheme