The HyTrEc project aims to improve access to and advance the adoption of hydrogen as an alternative energy vector across the North Sea Region. The project will identify and address structural impediments constraining development of, access to and adoption of this alternative fuel in urban and rural settings.
Historic buildings are the trademark of numerous European cities, towns and villages: historic quarters give uniqueness to our cities, they are a living symbol of Europe’s rich cultural heritage and reflect society’s identity.
Save the date for the seminar in Brussels during the Sustainable Energy Week - Sustainable urban energy – low-level emission reduction
The ambition of the CASH project is to propose new solutions and promote new policies for the sustainable renovation of social and affordable housing units in the European Union.
Energy Cities is the European Association of local authorities inventing their energy future.
EGEC, the European Geothermal Energy Council, was founded in 1998 as an international non-profit association in Brussels. Its office is based nearby the European Institutions in the Renewable Energy House.
The aim of this project is to promote renewable energies and energy efficiency by raising awareness and facilitating information exchange with an interactive online map. On this map, concrete examples for sustainable energy use and related information are shown, to encourage people to follow these examples for using renewable energies and energy efficiency.
Green Infrastructure Inc. is a newly formed non-profit organization established to research alternative renewable energy sources that are sustainable and environmentally friendly.
The network of local authorities voluntarily committing to increasing energy efficiency and use of renewable energy sources on their territories
The main goal of Co2olBricks' project is to identify the best measures to rationalise energy consumption and to reduce CO2 emission without destroying buildings’ historical values, especially their external brick facades. This is the Co2olBricks' way to approach to the objectives of Lisbon, Gothenburg and Europe 2020 Strategy for smart, sustainable and inclusive growth.