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The Luče energy community was established as a demonstration pilot within the Horizon 2020 project COMPILE, to show the opportunities of energy islands for decarbonisation of energy supply, community building and creating environmental and socioeconomic benefits.  
Post date: 3 cze 2021
Type: Sprawa

COME RES - Community Energy for the uptake of renewables in the electricity sector. Connecting long-term visions with short-term actions – is a project under the EU’s Horizon2020 programme, aimed at facilitating the market uptake of renewable energy sources (RES) in the electricity sector. Specifically, the project focusses on advancing renewable energy communities (RECs) as per the EU’s recast Renewable Energy Directive.
Post date: 2 cze 2021
Type: Odnośnik

Local energy communities (LECs) offer a decentralised and bottom-up approach to producing, managing and using energy. They are set to play a significant role in the energy transition, integrating multiple energy carriers such as electricity, gas, heat, cooling, hydrogen, mobility and water.  
Post date: 2 cze 2021
Type: Odnośnik

Energy poverty as a concept has a long tradition, and energy subsidies for low-income households have been a major part of social policy in West and Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) as well as former Soviet Republics (CIS). Due to different political and economic circumstances, such as the higher homeownership rate in multi-family apartment buildings (MFABs) and the worse performing building stock, energy poverty rates in Eastern Europe and the CIS are much higher than in Western Europe.  
Post date: 2 cze 2021
Type: Publication

This consultation aims to seek views from different stakeholders and citizens on the improvements to be made to the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive. The revision of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive was announced by the Renovation Wave communication adopted on 14 October 2020. The objective of this revision is to boost renovation rates and to contribute to the achievement of the EU’s climate and energy objectives.  
Post date: 1 cze 2021
Type: Odnośnik

Nordic Energy Efficiency Mortgages   The EU green deal and ambitious climate targets of the Nordic governments require massive private investments into energy efficiency of the Nordic building stock, electrification of heating and smart energy systems.  
Post date: 31 Maj 2021
Type: Odnośnik

Luminescent 'reactors' could enhance energy sustainability of buildings   Luminescent solar concentrators (LSCs) are a promising technology for building integrated photovoltaics. However, optical loss mechanisms such as light scattering are preventing prototype devices from achieving the theoretical energy conversion efficiencies.  
Post date: 31 Maj 2021
Type: Odnośnik

Integrating Building Renovation Passports into Energy Performance Certification schemes for a decarbonised building stock.   iBRoad2EPC represents the next step in energy performance assessment schemes and certification practices, promoting and showcasing the integration of Building Renovation Passport elements into EPC schemes.  
Post date: 31 Maj 2021
Type: Odnośnik

For EU to become climate-neutral by 2050, buildings need to transform from passive isolated elements to energy-efficient and smart-grid ready buildings, able to act as active nodes well integrated to the energy grids and other infrastructures, while answering occupants needs.  
Post date: 31 Maj 2021
Type: Termin

Watch the finished installation of the EENSULATE façade module at the demonstration site - Public School in Dzierzoniow (Poland) HERE and Vacuum Insulated Glass (VIG) at the demonstration site - Muzeum in Dzierzoniow (Poland) HERE!  
Post date: 28 Maj 2021
Type: Aktualności