Intelligent Energy Europe

Intelligent Energy Europe
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  PROJECT DESCRIPTION The European Directive 2010/31/EU (EPBD) introduced the concept of "nearly zero-energy building" (nZEB), an abbreviation that indicates a building with very high energy efficiency. The low amount of energy required by this type of buildings should be covered for the most part by energy produced from renewable sources, including energy produced on site or nearby. The 20/20/20 objective has for some time been pushing all member states of the European Union to...
PROJECT DESCRIPTION The BIOEUPARKS project, as part of the current debate on the sustainable exploitation of solid biomass for bioenergetic purposes, has proposed an innovative model for the establishment of short and sustainable supply chains within protected natural areas.These chains must harmonize the principles of Sustainable Forest Management and the activation of a virtuous development process based on the creation of bio-energy districts. To do this, the project launched a...
PROJECT DESCRIPTION The ERASME project was born almost simultaneously with the European directive 2012-27-EU on energy efficiency, which, accordingly to paragraph 4 of article 8, requires Member States to organize mandatory energy audits for large companies, while paragraph 2 imposes the drawing up of programs to encourage SMEs to undergo energy audits and encourage the subsequent implementation of the recommendations resulting from these audits. The analysis of the situation in the...
  PROJECT DESCRIPTION    Poly-SUMP has defined a methodology for the development of Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans  (SUMP) in polycentric regions - characterized by the presence of several  areas of development - in which goods and services, and therefore transport needs are distributed in different cities/ municipalities. Mobility planning in these areas is complex, involving administrative bodies of more areas, sometimes located even in different countries...
  PROJECT DESCRIPTION   The C-LIEGE Project - efficient management of transport and logistics of the last mile - is a showcase of good practices and an integrated support tool for all European cities that aim for clean and sustainable urban freight transport. Based on the analysis of the good practices identified in different European cities, the project defined a decision support tool (C-LIEGE Toolbox) addressed to local authorities to plan, implement and monitor effective...