CONCERTO is co-funded by the European Commission.
To see the relevant BUILD UP publication on this brochure, please click here.
Post date: 11 Ott 2011
Post date: 3 Ott 2011
As a fuel natural gas is used. Before installing CHP, heat consumption was higher than the primarily planned, losses of the heating system were high and the building was energy wasteful.By installing CHP better energy efficiency and lower losses than before were achieved and energy costs and the level of CO2 emission were reduced. Heat is used for heating and preparation of sanitary hot water on-site only, while 80 % of electricity is used on-site and 20 % is sold to the grid.
Post date: 15 Set 2011
The OPEN HOUSE methodology assesses the whole life- cycle of a building:
Post date: 22 Ago 2011
The kit includes:
3 student´s handbooks on energy efficiency in buildings, transport and industry
1 teacher´s guidebook
power point slides for teachers
instructions for creating and using a low cost experiment kit
videos and presentations from the winners of the European Energy Saving Award (success stories to be easily replicated throughout Europe)
Post date: 3 Ago 2011
An overview of the current status of implementation and plans for future development of the EPBD in Slovenia. The report covers updates to the legislation, certification for residential, non residential and public buildings, quality assurance, training and examinations for qualified experts, inspections, including quality control mechanisms, information and communication campaigns, and incentives and subsidies. This report is part of the work performed within the Concerted Action EPBD, co-funded by the Community´s Intelligent Energy Europe programme under the contract IEE/CA
Post date: 16 Giu 2011
This specification is intended to be a guide for designing an Active House, as a building that combines energy efficiency with specific attention to the indoor climate and focus on user’s health and well-being. The scope of this specification is residential buildings. The Active House specification is intended to be a guideline for construction and design industries at an international level. It seeks innovative approaches at technical levels whilst introducing goals of architectural quality and environmental design responsiveness and still securing energy efficiency.
Post date: 15 Apr 2011
Post date: 7 Mar 2011
CEMBUREAU, the European Cement Association based in Brussels, is the representative organisation of the cement industry in Europe.
The Association acts as spokesperson for the cement industry before the European Union institutions and other public authorities, and communicates the industry’s views on all issues and policy developments with regard to technical, environmental, energy and promotional issues. Permanent dialogue is maintained with EU institutions, international authorities and other international associations.
Post date: 31 Gen 2011
Post date: 19 Ott 2010