FP7 CommONEnergy

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The EU Sustainable Energy Week 2016 (EUSEW 2016), Europe’s largest event on sustainable energy policy, is around the corner. Part of EUSEW’s activities is its conference on policy, which takes place from Tuesday 14 to Thursday 16 June.   As usual, BUILD UP gives you an overview of the activities that you do not want to miss, including those of its partners.  
Post date: 8 Giu 2016
Type: News

Sometimes seen as highly energy-consuming buildings, shopping centres have though the potential to be energy efficient and reach the environmental and energy goals of the EU. The retail industry’s size, reach and impact have a great deal of potential which can be exploited in order to make a difference and transform shopping centres into best-practice cases for sustainability. The EU-funded project, CommONEnergy seized the challenge to help re-conceptualising these peculiar, complex buildings and turn them into beacons of energy efficiency.
Post date: 13 Mag 2016
Type: News

Smart strategies and policies for sustainable shopping centres: energy efficient and cost-competitive retrofitting solutions   An Energy Day organised as a parallel event of the EU Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW). This event takes place June 13, from 2pm to 5.30pm, on Rue de la Science 23, Brussels.  
Post date: 5 Mag 2016
Type: Evento

This  report, a deliverable of the CommONEnergy project, focuses on the  definition  of  the  main  drivers  associated  with  deep  energy retrofitting of shopping centres. These drivers will provide the basis for developing practical and economically viable overall concepts for future shopping centre retrofits.  
Post date: 23 Lug 2015
Type: Publication

An interactive and user-friendly Data Mapper was recently launched within the CommONEnergy EU-funded project to present the findings.   The first data series focuses on the building sector and includes information on the total floor area of non-residential buildings as well as wholesale and retail buildings. Non-residential building use/type includes wholesale and trade, offices, hotels and restaurants, health, education and other buildings. These data series also provide information on the shopping centre buildings Gross Leasable Area (GLA) per country.
Post date: 20 Mar 2015
Type: Tool

The findings of this report address building planners, designers, and shopping centre stakeholders who can benefit from a number of good practice examples. They can help them make sustainable decisions in the field of energy efficient commercial buildings across the EU-28 and Norway.
Post date: 18 Feb 2015
Type: Publication

CommONEnergy focuses on existing shopping malls to be refurbished and buildings with a different original function, redesigned to become shopping malls. Wholesales and Retail buildings represent 28% of the total non-residential ones (BPIE, 2010), accounting for approximately 157 Mtoe in 2005 (EU EEAP). Considering typical shopping malls high impact on modern society (ICSC, 2008), the project addresses their transformation as lighthouses of energy efficient architectures and systems as well as assessment transparency.
Post date: 20 Gen 2014
Type: News

The EU-funded CommONEnergy project, launched early October, will turn ‘energivore’ shopping centres into temples of energy conservation. The FP7 project gathers 23 partners representing various industry stakeholders and research and academia from ten European member states.
Post date: 29 Ott 2013
Type: News