Poland

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Organised by DHC+ Technology Platform, the DHC+ Summer School is designed to provide a clear introduction to the district heating and cooling technology, operational issues, and consumer determinants in evolving energy systems. The purpose of the Summer School is to offer a unique course on district energy combining theoretical lectures with practical application, site visits and networking opportunities.
Post date: 27 Iun 2016
Type: Event

Energy Efficiency in the Palm of Your Hand   The ecoGator app – available on Android and iOS – empowers consumers to achieve energy efficiency with every appliance purchase, and live more sustainable lifestyles away from the shop floor. Through these features, ecoGator fills a current gap in the retail sector by providing up-to-date advice about energy-efficient and sustainable purchases and use of products directly at the point of sale.   The app offers the following:   1. Innovative scanning function
Post date: 22 Iun 2016
Type: Tool

The H2020 project, START2ACT, aims to reduce residential energy consumption in the EU via changing the behaviour of consumers in their everyday lives by approaching them at their workplace.  
Post date: 20 Iun 2016
Type: Știri

This scheme is now closed.   “KAWKA” programme – Reducing air pollution by supporting an increase of energy efficiency and development of distributed renewable energy sources in Poland   The KAWKA programme aims to reduce air pollution caused by coal-fired systems in residential buildings. It is administered by the National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management (WFOŚiGW).The programme was initiated in 2014 and is due to continue until 2020.   Eligible works and corresponding funding levels are as follows:
Post date: 30 Mai 2016
Type: Legătură

This scheme is now closed.   “RYŚ” programme – Grants for thermo-renovation of single-family residential buildings in Poland   The “RYŚ” programme is administered by the National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management WFOŚiGW. The fund was initiated in 2015 and is due to continue until 2023 with a total budget of €95M, that includes €29M for non-refundable forms of support.  
Post date: 30 Mai 2016
Type: Legătură

The national/regional reports from the recently released Concerted Action EPBD Book "2016 – Implementing the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) – Featuring Country Reports" are now available as individual files, accessible from the updated Country Facts section of BUILD UP, as well the CA EPBD website.
Post date: 25 Mai 2016
Type: Știri

  This is the Concerted Action (CA) EPBD country implementation report for Poland, as updated in March 2015.   The CA EPBD national implementation reports present in a snapshot the status and progress achieved in implementing the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD), describing among other things:  
Post date: 17 Mai 2016
Type: Publication

Novel heat batteries to save energy and reduce CO2 production   
Post date: 13 Mai 2016
Type: Știri

The 2016 EUROVENT Summit will gather industry in the areas of Indoor Climate, Process Cooling, and Food Cold Chain from Europe, the Middle East and Northern Africa. More than 300 manufacturers, industry associations, engineering societies, laboratories and political decision-makers will be participating in around 40 meetings, seminars and events. This year’s Summit puts a special emphasis on the Polish market and its industry.  
Post date: 11 Mai 2016
Type: Event

An effective renovation strategy supported by proper financing schemes can solve vital environmental problems such as lowering CO2-emissions and improving air quality. However, although a large variety of financing mechanisms exists and a lot of funding will be available in 2020, not all measures seem to be effective.  
Post date: 28 Ian 2016
Type: Publication