building and construction sector

In the new survey Investing in Energy Efficiency in Europe’s Buildings, EIU explores how companies in the European building sector approach energy efficiency investments, how they perceive the latest EU regulations, and how innovative financing could help them ramp up retrofits to achieve emission reduction targets.
Post date: 30 Apr 2013
Type: News

The survey can be found at: http://www.gbpn.org/sites/default/files/06.EIU_EUROPE_CaseStudy.pdf
Post date: 30 Apr 2013
Type: Publication

Paper describing the innovation implementation program to reach an Energy Neutral built environment. Written by ECN, TNO and FORGOOD. To realize the energy transition in the building sector, three types of obstacles have to be overcome: technology-related, process-related and integration of technology and process.
Post date: 27 Nov 2012
Type: Publication

For the publication click here
Post date: 12 Ott 2012
Type: Publication

The 3rd BUILD UP Users & Stakeholders Committee, titled “Have your say: what can IEE do for the buildings sector?”, featured a dynamic, “thinking out of the box” interactive meeting, with valuable feedback and suggestions from national, European and international stakeholders organisations . It also highlighted the latest policy developments around energy efficiency in buildings, as well as the ways in which BUILD UP contributes to disseminate best practices Europe-wide.The programme and presentations of the 3rd BUILD UP Users & Stakeholders Committee are located below.
Post date: 28 Giu 2012
Type: News

The aim of the communication includes providing an overview of the current situation of the construction sector as well as elements which have an impact on its competitiveness, highlighting the sustainable development objectives of construction enterprises, plus outlining policy measures which could assist the construction sector in achieving sustainable competitiveness objectives. The deadline for contributing to this consultation is September 15, 2011.
Post date: 6 Set 2011
Type: News

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Post date: 23 Mag 2011
Type: Evento

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Post date: 23 Mag 2011
Type: Evento

The course will include descriptions and photographs to identify common design styles and typical construction methods and materials along with helpful clues on where to look at dwellings to gather this information. The course concludes with a multiple choice assessment and has an award of 3 hours CPD. For further details on the 'How to estimate the age of a dwelling' training course please click here. Alternatively contact BRE Training; train@bre.co.uk  01923 664829.
Post date: 30 Dic 2010
Type: News