Reducing energy consumption and CO2 emissions  in cities across Central Europe
With the era of affordable and abundant energy long since past, saving energy and reducing waste has become one of the top priorities of the European Union. There are several possible areas of intervention, with building energy management having one of the greatest potential in terms of cost-effectiveness an overall emission reduction potential. A key part of the solution for better building energy management is a better understanding of our current practices and the status quo, and that includes getting an accurate picture of where heat escapes from buildings. To contribute to these goals, the EnergyCity project is gathering aerial thermography data on 7 cities in Central Europe (Budapest, Prague, Munich, Bologna, Treviso, Ludwigsburg and Velenje), which are then processed and refined into an online Spatial Decision Support System (SDSS) to visualize and compare the cost-effectiveness and potential of different renewable energy solutions in the project cities. A series of pilot actions in the seven cities will deliver pilot training for carbon mapping, implement awareness raising campaigns and fuel poverty reduction plans.

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Final conference of the Energycity Project

Brusselles, 27 and 28 June 2013

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4th Newsletter

The 4th Energycity Newsletter is now avaiable (link)

Press Conference October 19th, 2012 – at 12.30 Venue: Vodafone room – ANCI EXPO BOLOGNA Bologna Trade Fair

The Municipality of Bologna, the Department of Civil, Environment and Materials Engineering (DICAM) of the University of Bologna and Consortium CEV present the achievements of the experimentation carried out for the project EnergyCity.

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The Sustainable Energy Week

The Sustainable Energy Week is organized by’Executive Agency for Competitiveness' and Innovation in cooperation with European Commission. The Sustainable Energy Week allows to emphasize activities dedicated to energy efficiency and innovative solution.  

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