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Historic buildings constitute a considerable share of the European building stock. About 35% of the EU's buildings are over 50 years old, with 26.4% dating from before 1945 [1]. Improving the energy performance of historic buildings (i.e. buildings built before 1945) improves the internal comfort conditions while reducing the energy demand and therefore reduces the risk of fuel poverty.
Post date: 19 feb 2020
Type: Nieuws

Following the very successful ALDREN event organised in the European Parliament on 22nd January 2020, this webinar provides an overview about the holistic, reliable, transparent European Voluntary Certification Scheme (EVCS) developed within ALDREN and based on mandated
Post date: 17 feb 2020
Type: Evenement

Save the date! Thursday 27 February 2020 11.00 – 12.00 CET   
Post date: 14 feb 2020
Type: Evenement

Save the date! Wednesday 19 February 2020 11.00 – 12.00 CET   
Post date: 14 feb 2020
Type: Evenement

We would like to invite you to the final public workshop of the Create project with the title: "Save energy today and tomorrow". The event is hosted within the Energy Storage Europe Expo 2020 in Düsseldorf, Germany. If you are going to attend the Energy Storage Europe International Trade Fair and you are interested in the topic of thermal energy storage, don´t miss this event!   
Post date: 14 feb 2020
Type: Evenement

Eco-friendly smart doors for non-residential building fire protection
Post date: 13 feb 2020
Type: Link

Printing of Ultra-Thin, Flexible Perovskite Solar Cells and its Commercial Application
Post date: 13 feb 2020
Type: Link

BIM for Energy Efficiency in the Public sector About the project  
Post date: 12 feb 2020
Type: Link

Minimising Energy Consumption for Green Buildings respecting present uses and public needs About the project  
Post date: 12 feb 2020
Type: Link

Syn.ikia aims at achieving sustainable plus energy neighbourhoods with more than 100% energy savings, 90% renewable energy generation triggered 100% GHG emission reduction, and 10% life cycle costs reduction, compared to nZEB levels. This will be achieved while ensuring high-quality indoor environment and well-being. The main strategy for achieving these goals is to deliver a blueprint for sustainable plus energy buildings and neighbourhoods, leading the way to plus energy districts and cities, through:  
Post date: 12 feb 2020
Type: Link