The European Union makes the construction of nearly zero-energy buildings mandatory by 2021 (Energy Performance of Buildings Directive EPBD). For the achievement of the European energy and climate goals, it is essential that low energy consumption should not only be planned, but also be achieved. NEWCOM develops the required training schemes.
NEWCOM provides the required expertise to build nearly zero-energy buildings, raises the quality of new and refurbished buildings, and increases the market value of well-trained construction professionals.
Austrian Energy Agency (AEA) supports the Russian Energy Agency (REA)
Is biomethane from agricultural residues an economic alternative to fossil fuels? With the BioBraz project, the Austrian Energy Agency assessed the technical feasibility and long-term economic viability of a concrete business concept.
Increasing the Market Uptake of Sustainable Bioenergy
The Austrian Energy Partnerships are highly-valuable partnerships with six countries from Central and Eastern Europe (Czech Republic, Slovakia, Ukraine, Bulgaria, Romania, and Belarus). The objective of the project is to assist the development of sustainable energy supply systems and to promote the use of renewable energy sources and the increase of energy efficiency in partner countries.
The ECOWAS Renewable Energy Policy (EREP) and Energy Efficiency Policy (EEEP) were both adopted by the ECOWAS Energy Ministers in 2012. These include minimum targets and scenarios for RE & EE and a broad range of measures, standards and incentives to be implemented at regional and national levels.
The SEEA-WA project contributes to access to energy services in West Africa, through a regional programme to improve energy efficiency. The project aims to overcome the technical, financial, legal, institutional, social, gender and capacity related barriers that hinder the implementation of cost effective energy efficiency (EE) measures and systems.
Concerted Action supporting the transposition and implementation of Directive 2009/28/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council on the promotion of the use of energy from renewable sources (RES Directive) CA-RES
The GFSE forum provides a platform for stakeholders and business partners to discuss international strategies for renewable energy. The forum brings together investors and project partners and it accelerates the pace of international information exchange.
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