On-site renewable energy sources

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Post date: 1 Ott 2019
Type: News

Following last year's successful 1st CEN-CE Stakeholders' Workshop, this 4 November (10h00-12h30) CEN-CE team is enquiring again REHVA experts, REHVA Member Associations and relevant EU level stakeholders about how to ensure an effective and tailored EU-wide market uptake of the CEN-CE training and certification scheme and furthermore exploring together and valuing all emerging synergies.  
Post date: 30 Set 2019
Type: Evento

This report (D2.5) is one of various RELaTED reports describing low temperature concepts from different perspectives. The report refers to other RELaTED reports when relevant.  
Post date: 25 Set 2019
Type: Publication

We are today at an important moment in the way we design our districts and cities. Optimising our energy consumption and developing new renewable energy sources has become a key challenge in Europe. One of the most promising solutions requires the decentralisation of our energy production.
Post date: 24 Set 2019
Type: News

Find the Batimat, Interclima and Ideobain trade shows together under one roof in a unique opportunity to discover innovations in construction, technical, finishing works and bathrooms, meet current and future suppliers, take part in demonstrations, and get information/training on new techniques, technological advances and regulatory changes in the industry.   PROGRAMME-S
Post date: 23 Set 2019
Type: Evento

After stalling last year, global capacity additions of renewable power are set to bounce back with double-digit growth in 2019, driven by solar PV’s strong performance, according to the International Energy Agency. The IEA expects renewable capacity additions to grow by almost 12% this year, the fastest pace since 2015, to reach almost 200 GW, mostly thanks to solar PV and wind. Global solar PV additions are expected to increase by over 17%.  
Post date: 23 Set 2019
Type: News

Piraeus is the second leading Greek bank to confirm participation with the scheme, after the National Bank of Greece.   Piraeus Bank will identify and invest in new clean energy projects including wind farms, photovoltaic installations, biomass and biogas plants, and hydroelectric power stations. New investment to improve energy efficiency in the public and private buildings will also be examined, the EIB said in a press release.  
Post date: 23 Set 2019
Type: News

As Germany’s recent Tenant Electricity Act opens the door to the so-called tenant electricity, Dresden unveils its "Smart Tenants" project to help them saving energy, money and protecting the climate.  
Post date: 19 Set 2019
Type: News

Our buildings help define our cities – from our iconic skylines to our historic architecture. They are where our citizens, live, work, study and play. These buildings are also one of the biggest sources of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, accounting for over half of total city emissions on average, and a significant source of air pollution. Currently, half a million people die each year due to outdoor air pollution caused by energy used in buildings.
Post date: 19 Set 2019
Type: Publication

Preview of PV Guangzhou 2020
Post date: 18 Set 2019
Type: Evento