Environmental issues and emissions related to buildings

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Post date: 4 Feb 2010
Type: Legătură

Organised by European Commission's Directorate General for Energy, the European Agency for Competitiveness and Innovation, the European Institutions, major energy actors and private companies, the EUSEW is the key annual event of the Sustainable Energy Europe Campaign and the reference point for sustainable energy issues in Europe. So far over 100 events are being organised in Brussels and all over Europe, and many more will come. Take a week to change tomorrow: come to the EU Sustainable Energy Week 2010 and you will enter the European network of best energy solutions.
Post date: 2 Feb 2010
Type: Știri

Actions taken under this Executive Order will spur clean energy investments that create new private-sector jobs, drive long-term savings, build local market capacity, and foster innovation and entrepreneurship in clean energy industries. Examples of agency actions that are underway are available. You can also visit the Initiatives page for more information: http://www.whitehouse.gov/administration/eop/ceq/initiatives/sustainability
Post date: 2 Feb 2010
Type: Știri

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Post date: 1 Feb 2010
Type: Event

No matter the means, messages or materials to be used. What really counts is the applicant’s commitment and originality in communicating the topic to building users and the public.
Post date: 28 Ian 2010
Type: Știri

The energy efficiency goal of Standard 189.1 is to provide significant energy reduction over that in ANSI/ASHRAE/IESNA Standard 90.1-2007. It offers a broader scope than Standard 90.1 and is intended to provide minimum requirements for the siting, design and construction of high performance, green buildings. The aim is not just energy efficiency but a balance of environmental responsibility, resource efficiency, occupant comfort and well being and community sensitivity, all while supporting the goal of sustainable development.
Post date: 28 Ian 2010
Type: Știri

The Clean Energy Fund is investing nearly $1 billion in technology development and demonstration. Total investments under the Clean Energy Fund for large and small demonstration projects are benefiting Canada's economy by leveraging nearly $3.5 billion in further investments by industry and other levels of government.
Post date: 24 Ian 2010
Type: Știri

Post date: 19 Ian 2010
Type: Tool