The Executive Agency for Small & Medium-sized enterprises is launching an on-line consultation regarding the future implementation of the BUILD UP Skills initiative.
Launched in 2011, the main objective of BUILD UP Skills is to increase the number of trained and qualified building professionals across Europe, to deliver building renovations offering high-energy performance as well as new Nearly Zero-Energy Buildings.
Post date: 25 Mag 2020
Overview of support activities and projects of the European Union on energy efficiency and renewable energy in the heating & cooling sector
Horizon 2020, Framework Programme 7 and Intelligent Energy Europe programmes of the European Union
Post date: 24 Nov 2016
Nine nominees for the 2016 EU Sustainable Energy Awards have been chosen from a shortlist of the year’s most successful projects for clean, secure and efficient energy.
Post date: 4 Mag 2016
On 21 April 2016, the European Commission announced that 189 small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) from 26 countries have been selected for funding in the latest round of Horizon2020 SME Instrument, for Phase 1. The funding – €8.7 million in total, €50,000 per recipient– will finance feasibility studies for new products. The SMEs can also ask for up to three days of free business coaching.
Post date: 21 Apr 2016
Municipal representatives together with architects and master-builders took part in the AIDA project with the objective to accelerate the market entry of nearly zero-energy buildings (nZEB) using renewable energy sources. A newly released report highlighted the projects main achievements together with best practices and success stories in the field of nZEB.
Post date: 9 Lug 2015
The publication that is released this week bundles the findings and reports provided by the 30 BUILD UP Skills national project teams. BUILD UP Skills is a strategic European initiative to stimulate the training of craftspeople and other on-site workers in the building sector on the topics of energy efficiency and renewable energy. This publication not only provides an overview of the achievements realised by 30 national project teams, but also focuses on their experiences with the cross European collaboration with other national teams.
Post date: 5 Mar 2014