The web portal integrates all the knowledge gained from the CERtus project in an easy-to-use tool that aims to facilitate the planning and preparation of nearly Zero Energy Building renovation projects for municipal buildings. It is addressed principally to Municipalities and the public sector but it may be equally useful to the ESCOs, financing entities, policy makers and to all parties interested in Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy systems integration in the building sector.The portal includes information on nearly zero energy cases studies, energy service models, innovative financing and tools to perform financial evaluations of nZEB renovation schemes, and, innovative building materials and HVAC systems.
As part of the 2nd edition of Umbria Green Festival took place on 7 - 10 September 2017 in Terni, Umbria, ENEA and the Italian team of the European project CERtuS have organized the [...]
The Italian workshop was titled: Meccanismi di finanziamento per la riqualificazione energetica degli edifici pubblici in strutture ad elevata efficienza (English title: Financing mechanisms for high energy efficiency of public buildings). The CERtuS workshop [...]
Basque Country Workshop “Journey about Energy Efficiency in residential housing and Historic Cities”
Basque Country workshop (Spain) was held in Errenteria Municipality last 20th of February. Entitled “Journey about Energy Efficiency in residential housing and Historic Cities” it analyzed the tools and financing mechanisms in the way [...]
Training courses were implemented in the four countries, being based on webinars in Greece, Portugal and Spain and based on face-to-face events in Italy. The total number of participants was 665 (104 in Greece, [...]
Portuguese Workshop “Cost Efficient Options & Financing Mechanisms for nearly Zero Energy Renovation of Existing Buildings Stock”
The workshop was named “Workshop on Cost Efficient Options and Financing Mechanisms for nearly Zero Energy Renovation of Existing Buildings Stock” and took place at the Institute of Systems and Robotics on February 27th, [...]