Energy efficiency technologies and materials

This house is located in Schnersheim, a village of 750 inhabitants, 20 km away of the head of the Alsace Region, Strasbourg. The house is a former farm and is constructed on a light slope. The basement and two walls giving to the national road are in rubbles of sandstone and limestone. The storeys are timber-framed, filled with cob or hand-made bricks produced on site. It has a heated area of 350 m² on two storeys. The basement and the attic are not heated.
Post date: 21 sty 2020
Type: Sprawa

Introduction BIM is a key part of the fourth revolution (digitalisation) of the AEC industry (Architecture, Engineering and Construction) and an enabling tool for a cleaner and more sustainable build environment.   This has been recognised by the European commission, and several H2020 funded projects, including BIMcert, are focusing in providing training frameworks and support in order to upskill the industry.  
Post date: 20 sty 2020
Type: Aktualności

ICLEI Members Helsinki (Finland), Copenhagen (Denmark), and Stavanger (Norway), together with Amsterdam, Paris Region, and Tallinn have joined forces through the AI4Cities project, a new EU-funded project challenging companies to develop artificial intelligence (AI) solutions in the fields of energy and mobility. These solutions are aimed at reducing cities’ greenhouse gas emissions and supporting them in meeting their climate change commitments. ICLEI Europe is an expert project partner.  
Post date: 20 sty 2020
Type: Aktualności

March 23-24, 2020 UPM Madrid, Spain The EBC Research Programme  
Post date: 17 sty 2020
Type: Termin

Exhibition MOLDENERGY – a stimulus for sustainable development!   Numbers from MOLDENERGY 2019  
Post date: 16 sty 2020
Type: Termin

Did you add energy goals to your New Year’s resolutions list? Why not start 2020 off by sharing them at the EU Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW)?    EUSEW 2020 will be an extremely special week-long event, running from 22 to 26 June 2020, and we do not want you to miss out!  
Post date: 16 sty 2020
Type: Aktualności

Integrated Management Support for Energy efficiency in Mediterranean PUblic buiLding Six libraries of municipal-building typologies Through the testing of exhaustive data-collection approaches, IMPULSE seeks to categorize public buildings at local level and create inventories for each pilot City.  
Post date: 16 sty 2020
Type: Odnośnik

The Osram Building was originally built in 1953 as an office and warehouse for A/S Dansk Osram, i.e. a lightbulb manufacturer. The building was the first prefabricated building in Copenhagen, and it was built in shock concrete or shavings, as it is also called. The construction method was developed in Holland, and in involves includes powerfully shaking the concrete. The elements hereby get a very close and uniform structure.
Post date: 16 sty 2020
Type: Sprawa

The building is a symmetrical structure with two wings, which frame the forecourt of the Lazaristenkirche. The north wing was the subject of renovation. It dates from the late "Gründerzeit" period of 1884-1918, was built in 1904 and designed by architect Cajetan Miserowsky. The renovated building is located on the north side and has a predominantly south-facing orientation of the habitable rooms. The north side to the adjacent Sophienspital is a closed firewall. The narrow side to the west faces the private garden.  
Post date: 16 sty 2020
Type: Sprawa

The concern for climate change and environmental challenges is rising.   We receive information, data and images about natural phenomenon caused by climate change on a daily basis.   Those events often recall us to a very direct call to action.  
Post date: 15 sty 2020
Type: Termin