Develop advanced ICT-based services, empowering tenants to control their resource consumption by providing awareness to tenants of their resource consumption with the use of in-home displays, alerts, SMS, internet portals.
Post date: 26 avr 2011
In general, the Energy Community extends the EU internal energy market to South East Europe and beyond on the ground of legally binding framework. It thereby provides a stable investment environment based on the rule of law, and ties the Contracting Parties together with the European Union. Through its actions, the Energy Community contributes to security of supply in wider Europe. Beside others, the Contracting Parties took up the commitment to implement a set of security energy efficiency related Acquis.
Post date: 17 avr 2011
This specification is intended to be a guide for designing an Active House, as a building that combines energy efficiency with specific attention to the indoor climate and focus on user’s health and well-being. The scope of this specification is residential buildings. The Active House specification is intended to be a guideline for construction and design industries at an international level. It seeks innovative approaches at technical levels whilst introducing goals of architectural quality and environmental design responsiveness and still securing energy efficiency.
Post date: 15 avr 2011
Further information can be found at: http://www.energy-community.org/portal/page/portal/ENC_HOME/SECRETARIAT/Procurement
Post date: 15 avr 2011
Post date: 22 déc 2010
Facts and Figures
Dispute Settlement Mechanism
Post date: 21 sep 2010
Post date: 19 aoû 2010
*The objectives of this ‘’Task 35’’ are to catalyst the development and market introduction of high quality and commercial competitive PV-T hybrid systems and to increase general understanding and contribute to internationally accepted standards on performance, testing, monitoring and commercial characteristics of PV-T hybrid Systems in the building sector.
Post date: 29 juin 2010
A deep geothermal well supplies the town of Lendava, Slovenia with water for heating various types of buildings. The water temperature of 70°C falls to 50°C once used - this is not warm enough to be re-used for space heating yet is too warm to be put back into the well. It was evident that better use of this water made ecological sense. Professor Darko Goricanec from the University of Maribor proposed a solution which was to come up with a high-temperature heat pump that can reheat geothermal source water from 40°C to 80°C - hot enough to be reused for space heating.
Post date: 18 juin 2010
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