Euroscicon invites you in the CME Accredited “10th Edition of International Conference on Environmental Science & Technology" conference scheduled to be held in May 11-12, 2020 at Vienna, Austria.
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Post date: 6 mar 2020
Lower Energy Use Via an Extraordinary Network (LEUVEN)
Post date: 25 fév 2020
In the morning and early afternoon, a fantastic occasion to take stock of Covenant cities' achievements.
In the afternoon, a lively Citizens’ Dialogue together with youth and local authorities, to engage participants as part of the European Climate Pact.
Post date: 24 fév 2020
This report aims to identify key orientations for the establishment of long-term decarbonisation strategy for Belgium. It draws on a wide range of quantitative and qualitative analyses, policy documents and scenario modelling for 2050.
Post date: 18 fév 2020
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CLEAR 2.0 (enabling Consumers to Learn about, Engage with and Adopt Renewable energy technologies) specifically addressed the main barriers to investing in renewable energy technologies and helped improve consumer awareness and behaviour, while also working on creating favourable long-term policies for consumers.
Post date: 11 fév 2020
We would like to invite you to the THERMOSS public workshop! The workshop is dedicated to researchers, industrial companies, professionals and wide public. Projects representatives from THERMOSS will introduce their results and lead interactive discussions related to the topic. The registration is free of charge.
Post date: 10 fév 2020
The Hotmaps project
The EU-funded project Hotmaps aims at designing a toolbox to support public authorities, energy agencies and urban planners in strategic heating and cooling planning on local, regional and national levels, and in line with EU policies.
In addition to guidelines and handbooks on how to carry out strategic heating and cooling (H&C) planning, Hotmaps will provide an Heating & Cooling planning software that is
Post date: 3 fév 2020
The production and use of energy across economic sectors account for more than 75% of the EU’s greenhouse gas emissions. Energy efficiency (EE) must be prioritised. If we all want to go towards electrification, digitalisation and all the necessary elements that a successful and just transition entails, we need to cut radically our energy demand, by half by 2050 in comparison to 2005, says the Commission.
Post date: 3 fév 2020
About this event
This event will offer an opportunity for exchange of views between stakeholders and EU policymakers on the role of skilled building professionals to deliver the European Green Deal, in particular the so-called ‘renovation wave’ of public and private buildings.
A policy panel will take stock of the progress achieved and efforts needed towards the 2030 targets.
Post date: 31 jan 2020
The aim of the event is two-fold – firstly, to present the analysis and findings of the Level(s) test phase; and, secondly, to further engage with testers, test co-ordinators and stakeholders more widely from the building sector on how to revise Level(s) and ensure its success. The Commission aims to release the final publication version in the summer of 2020, so your continuous participation in this process will be very important.
Post date: 29 jan 2020