The European Commission has published its Renovation Wave Strategy to improve the energy performance of buildings. The Commission aims to at least double renovation rates in the next ten years and make sure renovations lead to higher energy and resource efficiency. This will enhance the quality of life for people living in and using the buildings, reduce Europe's greenhouse gas emissions, foster digitalisation and improve the reuse and recycling of materials. By 2030, 35 million buildings could be renovated and up to 160,000 additional green jobs created in the construction sector.
Post date: 15 Oct 2020
The Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) and the European Commission invite you to attend the SET-Plan Online Conference on 23. and 24. November 2020 at 1.30 p.m. on 23 November and at 9.00 a.m. on 24 November.
Post date: 3 Sep 2020
All EU countries must establish a long-term renovation strategy to support the renovation of their national building stock into a highly energy efficient and decarbonised building stock by 2050.
The requirement for EU countries to adopt a long-term renovation strategy is set out in the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (2010/31/EU), which was revised in 2018 (2018/844/EU). These strategies will form part of EU countries’ integrated national energy and climate plans (NECPs).
Post date: 17 Iul 2020
The strategy is a part of Estonia's national energy and climate plan, spokespeople for the government said.
Prime Minister Juri Ratas said that the state must aim to improve the living and working conditions of 80% of Estonia's residents by renovating said environments into nearly zero-energy buildings.
Post date: 13 Iul 2020
Climate change and environmental degradation are an existential threat to Europe and the world. To overcome these challenges, Europe needs a new growth strategy that transforms the Union into a modern, resource-efficient and competitive economy where :
Post date: 3 Mai 2020
Only a drastic reduction in global energy demand will allow an affordable manageable transition to a global energy system based on renewables and ambitious energy efficiency measures are key to meet sustainability goals. Global growth in energy use is largely outpacing decarbonisation and in 2018, primary energy intensity – an important indicator of how much energy is used by the global economy – improved by just 1.2%, the slowest rate since 2010.
Post date: 29 Ian 2020
Hardi, can you tell us a bit more about what you do and what Rannaliiva is and does?
Post date: 4 Oct 2019
- Negative emission technologies can never be used as an excuse to delay renewables, energy efficiency, and other clean energy solutions.
Post date: 9 Sep 2019
This is a Decision-Support Tool, implemented in an online web-based application, with the main purpose of helping local and regional authorities to relatively easy and quickly calculate energy and financial savings in individual public buildings and for the whole building stock by applying different energy efficiency measures.
Post date: 20 Iun 2019
This report is on the fact that in 2018, the EU has decided upon a climate and energy framework up to 2030, involving clean, affordable and reliable energy system in Europe.
To that end, greenhouse gas emissions are to decline by at least 40 percent below 1990 levels, renewables are to deliver 32 percent of our energy and efficiency is to improve by even 32.5 percent.
Post date: 20 Iun 2019