Controls, energy management systems

Over the years, the CA EPBD has been collecting a wealth of information useful to EPBD national policy experts and other stakeholders. The most recent key public outputs of the CA EPBD are now gathered in the present database of publications, which will be regularly updated to reflect further developments.   The contents in this database are structured around Countries/Regions and Themes.  
Post date: 20 lis 2019
Type: Odnośnik

Une journée entière consacrée à l'innovation au service du bâti.   Nous sommes ravis de vous informer de la toute première édition de la Conférence Construction de GreenWin, le 12 décembre 2019, au CSTC de Limelette.   Cette journée, consacrée à la Construction 4.0, est organisée en partenariat avec l’AdN DigitalWallonia.be, la CCW et le CSTC, Build4Wal et bénéficie d'un comité organisateur représentatif des divers métiers de la Construction.  
Post date: 20 lis 2019
Type: Termin

With the increasing amount of data to monitor buildings, it becomes crucial to offer tools that help managers in taking the best decisions to better control the energy of their buildings, and to involve all actors in reducing their environmental impact.  
Post date: 20 lis 2019
Type: Tool

The legislation requires all large enterprises based in the European Union - with at least 250 employees, or annual revenues over €50 million and an annual balance sheet of over €43 million - to comply with the national energy audit obligation, including calculating their total energy consumption and identifying saving opportunities across their estate, every four years.  
Post date: 19 lis 2019
Type: Aktualności

Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) is a methodology that has been developed to evaluate the environmental impact of buildings, with respect to their processes, their materials and use (energy) throughout the whole life cycle of a building. It is not to be confused with Life Cycle Costs which instead focuses on cost reduction, especially interesting when embarking in the design and construction of Nearly Zero Energy Buildings (NZEBs).  
Post date: 19 lis 2019
Type: Aktualności

SolarPower Europe and The Solar Trade Association are bringing together first line experts on the O&M and Asset Management conference. This event will drive the discussion on enhancing excellence and transparency, as well as new digital solutions that the industry, the financial community and all the relevant stakeholders can benefit from. Leading companies that represent a significant share of Europe’s solar PV portfolio are already committed to this process.  
Post date: 13 lis 2019
Type: Termin

Financing scheme for Energy Efficiency and Renewable energy Guaranteed in Deep renovation of building stock   FinEERGo-Dom is an ambitious 4-year project led by a consortium of experienced partners from seven (7) countries – KAPE (Poland), National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management (Poland), ESEB (Latvia), Econoler (Bulgaria), Austrian Energy Agency (Austria), Funding for Future (Netherlands), Mattig Management Partners (Slovakia and Romania) and Stage AI (Bulgaria).
Post date: 13 lis 2019
Type: Odnośnik

Nel realizzare case che consumano meno, o che addirittura producono più energia di quanta ne consumano, sono diverse le variabili da tenere in conto. Per dirne alcune: bisogna capire le tecnologie a disposizione sul mercato, il loro costo e la loro accessibilità, l’ambiente e il clima. Ma c’è un altro aspetto che spesso viene trascurato: come si comporta chi usa l’edificio, da quale cultura proviene e quali abitudini ha?   
Post date: 13 lis 2019
Type: Aktualności

What’s new in District Heating Systems (DHs)? DHs have traditionally been designed to be operated with central energy production facilities and a variety of distributed consumption locations (dwellings, tertiary buildings, etc). In some cases, heat is partially obtained from local industrial waste heat streams, leading to almost de-carbonized heating energy supplies.  
Post date: 12 lis 2019
Type: Termin

What’s new in District Heating Systems (DHs)? DHs have traditionally been designed to be operated with central energy production facilities and a variety of distributed consumption locations (dwellings, tertiary buildings, etc). In some cases, heat is partially obtained from local industrial waste heat streams, leading to almost de-carbonized heating energy supplies.  
Post date: 12 lis 2019
Type: Aktualności