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  Jan 14   “Think Big! Is industrialisation of energy renovations the best route to scale up the Renovation Wave?”   by EuroACE - Energy Efficient Buildings   Free   Actions and Detail Panel  
Post date: 11 jan 2021
Type: Évènement

Energy Evaluation Europe 2021 will be more than online presentations. It will be an engaging and inspiring event, as Energy Evaluation conferences (previously IEPPEC) have always been: you will be able to chat and network with your peers.    The theme of the conference is 'Accelerating the energy transition for all: Evaluation’s role in effective policy making.'  
Post date: 6 jan 2021
Type: Évènement

  The European Council approved the European Union’s EUR 1.82 trillion seven-year funding package and sent it to the European Parliament. The regular budget is worth EUR 1.07 trillion and the remaining EUR 750 billion is a recovery instrument called NextGenerationEU.   The bloc’s leaders called for a cut in emissions by 55% in the next decade.  
Post date: 2 jan 2021
Type: Actualité

Participants at a roundtable on how to accelerate the energy transition in the region and Serbia agreed that the move toward renewable sources is necessary and more cost effective than to build or even maintain the capacity for the production of power from coal. “An inadequate decarbonization is expensive and a late one is too expensive,” said Professor Nikola Rajaković from the School of Electrical Engineering at the University of Belgrade. He and other speakers also insist the transformation leaves no room for coal.  
Post date: 2 jan 2021
Type: Actualité

CO2 emissions increased to 9.95 GtCO2 in 2019. The sector accounts for 38% of all energy-related CO2 emissions when adding building construction industry emissions. Direct building CO2 emissions need to halve by 2030 to get on track for net zero carbon building stock by 2050. Governments must prioritize low-carbon buildings in pandemic stimulus packages and updated climate pledges.
Post date: 2 jan 2021
Type: Actualité

The Institute of Zero Energy Buildings published an enlightening report about energy poverty.   This report analyses energy poverty, unravels its strong link with energy transition and provides recommendations to tackle this issue.   In this report, you will find :   
Post date: 2 jan 2021
Type: Publication

Call for Abstracts   To contribute to the success of the EEDAL conference, we invite you to participate in the conference and to submit abstracts on new technology developments, user behaviour, policies and programmes (including monitoring, evaluation and international collaboration), smart equipment, smart homes and smart metering, demand side flexibility and on-site generation.  
Post date: 30 déc 2020
Type: Actualité

VEF Virtual Series “Products Track” Session 6   Supporting Economic Recovery Through Innovation and Digitalisation 15 March 2021   VEF Virtual Series  
Post date: 30 déc 2020
Type: Évènement

Așa cum ne avertizează majoritatea oamenilor de știință, fenomenul de încălzire globală riscă să ducă la consecințe extrem de grave pentru umanitate în deceniile care vor veni.   România nu este scutită de acest val al schimbărilor climatice și, în acord cu politicile europene, trebuie să ia măsuri care să reducă emisiile de gaze cu efect de seră.  
Post date: 28 déc 2020
Type: Actualité

How does the building certification process work? Why should buildings be certified? These are just some of the questions that the new series “iPHA Q&A with PHI” answered. Once a month, the iPHA Team sits together with experts from different departments at the Passive House Institute to hear about the work they do, what they offer and how you can make the most of those offerings.
Post date: 23 déc 2020
Type: Lien