Slovakia

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To demonstrate how Energy Performance Certificates databases are being used for monitoring purposes, the key features of existing systems across Europe were examined using information from the Buildings Performance Institute Europe and Request2Action partners.   Please find the results in the URL.   More information and contacts: http://building-request.eu/contact
Post date: 14 déc 2015
Type: Publication

This scheme is now closed.   The Municipal Finance Facility – Energy Efficiency (MunSEFF) is an initiative of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and the European Commission (EC) to develop and stimulate commercial bank financing to municipalities and their utility companies in Slovakia. The programme aims at stimulating implementation of energy efficient rehabilitation of municipal infrastructure.  
Post date: 13 nov 2015
Type: Lien

Investor Confidence Project (ICP) Europe is developing a suite of building energy renovation roadmaps - Energy Performance Protocols - that aim to reduce transaction costs by assembling existing standards and practices into a consistent and transparent process. These tools then enable a marketplace for building owners, project developers, utilities, public programmes and investors to trade in standardised energy efficiency projects.  
Post date: 27 oct 2015
Type: Actualité

Take part in the ongoing call for contributions to unlock the potential of energy efficiency in buildings as a global asset. Open until 2 October 2015. Note that the most recent ICP Europe Technical Forum web meeting took place on Thursday 24th September.  
Post date: 23 sep 2015
Type: Actualité

STAVEDU commences the implementation of the Roadmap established under Pillar I of the Build Up Skills project for Slovakia. The Roadmap identified key measures for setting up a national scheme and other measures for ensuring development of skills essential for the field of buildings to contribute to the fulfilment of the Europe 2020 targets.  
Post date: 15 sep 2015
Type: Lien

This report from the ZEBRA2020 project aims to set up a clear methodology for the definition of nearly Zero-Energy Buildings (nZEBs) in the context of market tracking, both in new constructions and in (deep) renovations.  
Post date: 4 sep 2015
Type: Publication

Under the European Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU, EU countries should set up an energy efficiency obligation scheme. This scheme requires energy companies to achieve yearly energy savings of 1.5% of annual sales to final consumers.In order to reach this target, companies have to carry out measures which help final consumers improve energy efficiency. This may include improving the heating system in consumers' homes, installing double glazed windows, or better insulating roofs to reduce energy consumption.
Post date: 13 aoû 2015
Type: Publication

New analysis by the Coalition for Energy Savings of national reports on the implementation of the Energy Efficiency Directive (EED) reveals that central governments have not shown leadership in ending the waste of energy in their own buildings. 
Post date: 22 mai 2015
Type: Actualité

On 24-25 March 2015, Energy Cities together with the Slovak Union of Towns and Cities, and its interest association CITENERGO co-organised in Bratislava, Slovakia, a workshop on innovative financing and multi-level governance. Front-running Slovak and Czech cities and regions engaged in the energy transition shared information on their sustainable energy investments, local financing schemes and partnerships with financing institutions, national authorities and the private sector. 
Post date: 6 mai 2015
Type: Actualité

Individual EU Member States are to follow distinctive paths in meeting their obligations under the Renewable Energy Directive (including their legally binding 2020 targets) in accordance with their different available resources and their own unique energy markets. Their national renewable energy (RES) action plans map out these distinctive paths, covering:
Post date: 3 mai 2015
Type: Lien