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Integrating Environmentally Responsive Elements in Buildings (ENERBUILD)

The energy needed for heating, cooling and ventilation of buildings in the industrial countries represent over 30% of the entire primary energy demand. The building sector is therewith, next to the sectors “transportation” and “agriculture”, one of the main contributors to the greenhouse emission CO2. These facts and the goals in the Kyoto agreement show the importance of the identification of sustainable solutions for the building sector, which will long- to middle-term considerably reduce the emissions that arise from the operation of a building.


Development of an interactive vocational Web training tool for the take-off of the buildings DIRECTIVE 2002/91/EC (EEBD)

The building sector presently covers approximately 40% of the total energy demand in the EU. This energy demand can be reduced to 22% through implementation of relevant saving measures, if the economical frameworks are advantageous. These figures clearly show the importance of working active with “the increase in the energy efficient in buildings”. Important, legal frameworks shall be created through the implementation of the EU building directive.


Promotion of "sustainable cooling" in the service building sector (KeepCool)

The overall goal of the project is to implement activities that reduce the negative impacts from increasing cooling demand in Europe through an increased market penetration of sustainable cooling approaches and technologies. A “preliminary definition” of sustainable cooling consists of the following elements: reducing heat load; minimizing the electricity consumption; increasing the use of renewable energy sources.


The Soltherm Europe Initiative - SOLTHERM

To promote the use of solar energy, the European Commission started the “Soltherm Europe Initiative“ in 2002. The project is an initiative to enhance the rapid market growth of thermal solar plants in Europe.


OPET Building

The Network gathers 36 expert organisations throughout the Europe (12 EU countries, 9 Candidate countries and Israel), all having a mandate to promote innovative, energy-efficient energy technologies with a focus on building-related technologies.



Dissemination of the research and development results from the 4th and the 5th framework program of the European Union.


energytech.at |- The internet platform for innovative energy technologies

energytech.at is a virtual display window and an information tool for energy technologies in the field of renewable energy sources and energy efficiency.


Establishment of a production, sales and consulting infrastructure for solar thermal systems in Zimbabwe

In the framework of the project a solar water heater was developed, which is modular and can be manufactured by local companies from materials available in Zimbabwe. To guarantee the further development of the system and the adaptation of the plant concept to different users and requirements, an extensive training programme was conducted.


Solar energy for tanneries in Uganda

Uganda – Solar energy for tanneries.

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