Join us at the Energy Efficiency Info Day on 8 December 2015 in Brussels.
Be among the 500 participants coming from SMEs, associations, businesses, European and national trade associations, chambers of commerce and European institutions expected at the event on 8th December 2015.
The European Commission invite stakeholders to contribute with their expertise to the development of ESCO, the multilingual classification of European Skills, Competences, Qualifications and Occupations.
Ensuring Europe’s cities can meet the substantial need for improved energy efficiency and reduced emissions requires a keen sense for knowledge-sharing and capacity building. With a complementary technical skillset and combined network of nearly 70 cities, CITyFiED and CELSIUS are two projects taking the initiative.
The EU is seeking your opinion on its rules for energy efficiency in buildings – and there are just a few days left to send in your views. What do you think of the EU’s Energy Performance of Buildings Directive? Be sure to submit by 31 October 2015.
The metropolitan city of Turin will host on the 19th November an international event under the Covenant of Mayors and the European project DATA4ACTION.
The 2015 edition of the Energy Statistical Pocketbook published by the European Commission is now available.
Most of the 1.500.000 existing EU sport buildings were built between 1960s and 1980s, causing that most of them need refurbishment because no considerable changes have been made to the initial conditions. For that reason special focus is needed on the renovation of existing buildings.
The new report Energy Agencies in Europe - Results and Perspectives has been published by the Executive Agency for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (EASME) today.
The report can be downloaded via the ManagEnergy website.
Target audience: Local/regional energy agencies & national networks of energy agencies
New EU rules on ecodesign and energy labelling for boilers, heat pumps and water heaters have come into effect.
Old street lighting systems can account for 30-50% of municipalities’ total electricity consumption. Yet, current technologies offer 30-70% energy savings potentials. These savings potentials have been recognised and incorporated into European policy: EU Regulation 245/2009 sets phasing out requirements for nearly 80 % of all currently used lamps types between 2012 and 2017. This means that these lamp types will no longer be available on the market for purchase.
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. The next ICP Europe Technical Forum web meeting will take place on Thursday 24th September at 1500 CET.
Representatives from towns and cities leading the way on climate mitigation and adaptation will meet in Brussels on Thursday 15 October 2015 to launch a new Covenant of Mayors at a high-level ceremony.
STEP UP (Strategies Towards Energy Performance and Urban Planning) is a European FP7 project focused on sustainable energy planning in urban areas.
The upcoming Open Days (12-15 October) feature a session dedicated entirely to the multiple benefits of non-motorised transport in cities. Walking and cycling improve mobility and public health while mitigating the negative impacts of motorised transport such as noise and air pollution.