On-site renewable energy sources

Post date: 28 lis 2009
Type: Publication

Nationally tailored versions are available in Danish (DK), Dutch (NL), French (FR), Lithuanian (LI), Polish (PL), Slovenian (SI) and Swedish (SE) from: www.sentro.eu
Post date: 28 lis 2009
Type: Publication

The building was completed in 2003 and serves a missionary organisation dispatching goods to developing countries. Its use is multifunctional, serving to provide office accommodation, seminar rooms, restaurant and exhibition facilities, warehousing and a loading bay. It consists of three floors and a basement. Office and public areas are occupied by 40 people and have an area of 1 215 m². The remaining building area is used for parking vehicles (325 m²) and a basement (550 m²). The building is semi-circular with a central atrium.
Post date: 25 lis 2009
Type: Sprawa

Post date: 22 lis 2009
Type: Termin

Commissioner Andris Piebalgs said: "Energy performance of buildings is key to achieving our EU Climate & Energy objectives for 2020, namely the reduction of Greenhouse gas emissions and the achievement of a 20% of energy savings. By this agreement, the EU is sending a strong message to the forthcoming climate negotiations in Copenhagen. Improving the energy performance of buildings is a cost effective way of fighting against climate change and improving energy security, while also boosting the building sector and the EU economy as a whole."
Post date: 18 lis 2009
Type: Aktualności

Post date: 17 lis 2009
Type: Tool

The obligations on municipalities and cities around the world to lower their CO2 and to increase their energy efficiency while still maintaining reliability are increasingly pressing; however, district energy is proving to be a solution to this thorny dilemma. District energy can play a key role in building smart, self-sustainable cities. Urban areas are home to the majority of the world’s citizens, meaning that the fight against climate change will be either won or lost in cities.
Post date: 13 lis 2009
Type: Aktualności