Campaigning and awareness raising

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The school has an incentive to save energy getting more money for its activities, the facility managers (eg. city councils) have less energy costs and overall there are less CO2 emissions released to the planet.
Post date: 13 Ott 2011
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Post date: 13 Ott 2011
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This new platform will offer various useful topics to building practitioners such as;  news, thematic communities and a database of the most innovative building or refurbishment projects. A prototype website is already running in French. Join us!
Post date: 13 Ott 2011
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Post date: 3 Ott 2011
Type: Evento

The Euronet 50/50 project aims at saving energy in schools around Europe. At the moment there are at least 58 schools involved in the project.  The schools involved (centres in Finland, Portugal, Hungary, Spain, Germany, Italy, Poland, Greece and Slovenia) will identify all the elements that intervene in energy efficiency and saving in their school buildings. The idea is that 50% of the energy savings achieved in the school will return to the centre as economic transfers, while the other 50% will be a net saving for the manager of the school building.
Post date: 30 Set 2011
Type: News

The increased use of renewables, nuclear power, and better energy efficiency, have not kept up with the world's growing demand for power and transport, which is strongest in developing countries. Recession and the collapse of the former Soviet bloc helped industrialised countries to collectively reduce their greenhouse gas emissions over the last two decades, and they are likely to meet the collective Kyoto target of a 5.2 % emissions cut by 2012 as a result.
Post date: 28 Set 2011
Type: News

Grundsatz für die Entwicklung war, auf bestehende und bekannte Methoden zu setzen und nicht völlig neue Verfahren einzuführen. Die Nachweise sind daher in Anlehnung an die Energieeinsparverordnung 2009 (EnEV) nach der DIN V 18599 zu führen. Allerdings müssen in Ergänzung die End- und Primärenergiebedarfswerte für die Wohnungsbeleuchtung sowie für die Haushaltsgeräte und -prozesse in der Berechnung mitberücksichtigt werden.
Post date: 28 Set 2011
Type: News

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Post date: 27 Set 2011
Type: News

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Post date: 23 Set 2011
Type: Evento

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Post date: 22 Set 2011
Type: Evento