The ECO-SEE workshop on "Energy efficient building materials for improved indoor air quality" will take place on 8 March 2017 from 10.30 to 12:30 in London, United Kingdom, as part of the EcoBuild exhibition.
The workshop will showcase the scientific and technical achievements of the ECO-SEE project, and provide the opportunity for interested parties to meet members of the project team.
Post date: 3 Mar 2017
The “energy eater” European building stock is aiming for a greener future. Researchers are testing an “envelope” system combining active and passive technologies, fitted over the existing façade, to make buildings more efficient. But will it work efficiently under different temperatures, both in northern and southern Europe?
Post date: 8 Feb 2017
“Besides the contaminants we find outside, we also have indoor contaminants. There are pollutants typical of homes such as dust, spores, moulds, and those produced by human activities like cooking and house-cleaning, that contribute to the release of additional damaging substances,” expert warns
Indoor air pollution kills 4.3 million people globally every year, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). The main causes are heating and cooking practices that produce high levels of toxic substances, such as fine particles and carbon monoxide.
Post date: 30 Gen 2017
Tuesday 24 January 2017, 10:00 am Brussels time (CET)
The energy challenges for the building stock require ambitious but feasible approaches to secure their performance, including the performance of the building envelope. This webinar aims to give insights into 3 interesting approaches:
Post date: 16 Gen 2017
When young people move out of supported accommodation the leap to independent living can be tough. A new project in the north west of England is converting a former sheltered housing block for elderly people into managed accommodation for young adults, while also improving its thermal efficiency
Post date: 13 Gen 2017
From the use of Gore-Tex-like waterproof fabrics to the development of “breathable” bio-based materials, the construction industry is chasing breakthrough solutions to insulate buildings and keep living areas free from damp and mould.
Post date: 29 Dic 2016
The European project BRIMEE has a new video which summarizes key information about the project.
Development of better performing insulation materials for improving building energy performances having a significant reduction of building operational energy, in combination with the capability of not emitting harmful substances and acting as an absorber for indoor pollutants at the same time.
Post date: 26 Dic 2016
FENIX TNT s.r.o. is pleased to invite you to the BRIMEE project conference. The project has developed sustainable bio-renewable indoor materials based on the Nano Crystalline Cellulose (NCC) foam for energy efficient buildings. The NCC foam technology was invented by Melodea Ltd. and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel.
Post date: 16 Dic 2016
The Energy Efficient Buildings Committee of the ECTP is pleased to present the 5 Technologies brochures published in the framework of the EeB-CA2 CSA.
This technology brochure deals with Advanced Materials Solutions and highlights the highly promising innovations from selected co-funded European projects under the 7th Framework Program (FP7).
Post date: 14 Dic 2016
Many construction projects always have one thing in common – the energy infrastructure is key. The guidelines are clear: less CO2 emissions, better lifetime and improved climate protection, all achieved through both intention and action. The influence of insulation on efficiency and cost savings should be quantified and considered in every decision.
A new calculation tool has been launched in order to provide detailed answers to these questions.
Post date: 13 Dic 2016