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Post date: 7 Mar 2011
Type: Link

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
Type: Link

Post date: 19 Ott 2010
Type: Publication

Post date: 19 Ago 2010
Type: Tool

How to use the bulb selector: 1. Select your parameters – in the green upper half of the selector, drag the light bulbs to the desired criteria. Click the grey light bulbs if you wish to search for the corresponding criteria. 2. View the results – in the lower half.What do the results show? Three bulb photos on the left show which bulbs meet your needs (red text means no bulb of that type matches your criteria).
Post date: 21 Lug 2010
Type: Tool

*The objectives of this ‘’Task 35’’ are to catalyst the development and market introduction of high quality and commercial competitive PV-T hybrid systems and to increase general understanding and contribute to internationally accepted standards on performance, testing, monitoring and commercial characteristics of PV-T hybrid Systems in the building sector.
Post date: 29 Giu 2010
Type: News

A deep geothermal well supplies the town of Lendava, Slovenia with water for heating various types of buildings. The water temperature of 70°C falls to 50°C once used - this is not warm enough to be re-used for space heating yet is too warm to be put back into the well. It was evident that better use of this water made ecological sense. Professor Darko Goricanec from the University of Maribor proposed a solution which was to come up with a high-temperature heat pump that can reheat geothermal source water from 40°C to 80°C - hot enough to be reused for space heating.
Post date: 18 Giu 2010
Type: News

Post date: 11 Giu 2010
Type: Tool

Post date: 11 Giu 2010
Type: Tool