Here's what happened at the B4P Clustering Meeting!
Here's what happened at the B4P Clustering Meeting!
On October 5th, the e-SAFE consortium will organize in Athens the public event “Combined seismic and energy renovation of the EU building stock - The experience of e-SAFE project”.
We are delighted to announce that e-SAFE has received an invitation from CINEA and DG ENER to participate to a clustering meeting organised within the framework of the Built4People (B4P) Partnership!
Don't miss these next three webinars on building energy efficiency organised by BUILD UP, the European portal for energy efficiency and renewable energy in buildings, and ELENA, the European Local ENergy Assistance!
The Circular Bio-based Europe Joint Undertaking has published a call for proposals to support the establishment of the New European Bauhaus (NEB) Academy network to facilitate the re-skilling and upskilling of the construction ecosystem.
The 3rd EESC Conference on Energy Poverty, themed “Tackling energy poverty for a just transition”, will take place on 19 July 2023 in Brussels at the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC).
The European Innovation Council (EIC) has published a new open call for the EIC Pathfinder Challenges funding scheme.
Dr. Dobosi is associate professor of architecture at the Polytechnic University of Timișoara and president of the Romanian Association of Building Services Engineers. He played an integral role in identifying potential e-SAFE pilots in Romania and supported the consortium in liaising with local stakeholders. We spoke with Dr. Dobosi about his reflections on how to achieve financing for the project.
Upon the completion of the co-design process in Liceul Sportiv Banatul in March 2023, we sat down with the school’s director, Prof Ramona Roman, to discuss her experience with the process.
On March 29th and 30th the ee-SAFE 6th project meeting took place in Timisoara (Romania), and it’s been 2 days full of exciting events and activities!
The EPBD deal is adopted, next up: final talks with EU Member States & Commission
To help foster the New European Bauhaus transformation, the EIT Community members are offering support to the most innovative ventures that are driving sustainable change for cities, industries, climate, food, wellbeing and overall quality of life.
The European Commission published the new European Research Area (ERA) roadmap, outlining the main circular technologies and innovation needs for the textile, construction and energy-intensive sectors.
Vera will lead the e-SAFE co-design process on the ground in Timișoara and Bucharest with building owners and citizens.
The building sector has always had a significant impact on the climate crisis; we can no longer afford inefficient, unhealthy, high-emitting buildings. Read all that have been said at COP27 about the importance of the building sector to accelerate actions against climate change
EU energy ministers setting new requirements for the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD).
e-SAFE at the Covenant of Mayors Investment Forum a special environment of innovation, research, and hope for a better future!
The European Commission has recently published 9 calls to support activities towards sustainable, secure and competitive energy supply.
The CETPartnership Joint Call 2022 is looking for projects to develop suitable solutions toward clean energy transition goals.
For the second year the e-SAFE project will be part of the European Sustainable Energy Week, Europe's largest annual event organized by the European Commission and dedicated to renewables and efficient energy.
On 16th September 2022, the e-SAFE and ProGETonE projects will organize a cluster event in Athens.
You still have time to receive free renovation advice to achieve an eco-friendly, earthquake-safe building.
Energy renovation in earthquake-prone areas must be strategically combined with seismic retrofitting by prioritizing the worst-performing buildings in terms of energy performance and structural safety. Its recast is an important opportunity to show that the EPBD is truly designed with the intention to protect vulnerable citizens.
From 8 to 12 June 2022 took place the very first edition of the New European Bauhaus Festival, promoted by the European Commission.
On June 16, the UNICT team part of the e-SAFE project will hold a panel discussion as part of the International Social Housing Festival, which is taking place in Helsinki.
Public and private building owners and managers of multi-storey, non-historical buildings are encouraged to apply by July 15th.
Upgrade your building to be energy efficient and seismic safe with the e-SAFE system! Work with our team and receive free renovation advice to achieve an eco-friendly, earthquake-safe building. e-SAFE provides your building with affordable renovation solutions to make it energy efficient and earthquake-proof.
e-SAFE applied for the projects showcase opportunity offered by the New European Bauhaus Festival, that will take place from 9 to 12 June 2022 in Brussels.
In December 2021, the European Commission released its proposal to recast the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) with the purpose of aligning it with the more ambitious climate targets for 2030 and 2050. The EPBD is being updated in the context of the broader ''Renovation Wave"...
e-SAFE is among the potential recipients of the 2022 SHC Solar Award.
Professor Giuseppe Margani, Project Coordinator of e-SAFE, has released an interview on FocuSicilia, an online journal focused on the economic and social dimensions of the Italian island.
The European Commission published last month the report of the 2021 European Research and Innovation Days.
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Throughout September 2021 the team at the University of Catania organized intensive co-design workshops that involved the university’s researchers and students, the residents of the local pilot site, IACP representatives, and members from Catania’s an engineering and architecture professional associations.
The Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU) – an e-SAFE partner – is involved in the organization of the 2023 World Conference on Timber Engineering (WCTE), a biennial excellent platform conceived to promote discussions about the latest advances in the use of wood in structures...
The e-SAFE project was present in the EUSEW main agenda with an Energy Talk held by Professor Gianpiero Evola from UNICT. The energy talk took place online on 28th October 2021 under the full title of «The e-SAFE solutions for the energy and seismic renovation of non-historic buildings». The session aimed at presenting the main challenges and scopes of the e-SAFE project.
The European Commission launched a call for action to stakeholders from the energy sector to create and promote a new platform on equality in the afore-mentioned field.
The e-SAFE project will be part of the EU Sustainable Energy Week 2021, the biggest annual event dedicated to renewables and efficient energy use in Europe organized by the European Commission.
The e-SAFE project had the pleasure of being invited at the MATRYCS BDA Introduction Webinar on 27thSeptember.
One of the main challenges of our time is to make our cities more sustainable, promoting specific actions for the mitigation of and adaptation to climate change. However, to be considered sustainable, cities must also be safe to live in...
On October 1st, a Workshop with stakeholders will take place within the context of Catania Local Platform and the real pilot of the e-SAFE Project.
On the 9th of July, the University of Catania hosted an event (video) to discuss how the city can become a European model for building renovation.
The University of Catania, the leading partner of e-SAFE, will host a local event on Friday 9th of July 2021, from 5.30 to 8.0 pm (CET) to launch the Catania Local Platform.
The European e-SAFE project, officially started on October 1st, will develop a competitive advantage in the construction market, combining both energy and seismic upgrading for the renovation of buildings.
e-SAFE partners from the University of Catania and Moverim, attended the workshop “Integrated techniques for the seismic strengthening and energy efficiency of existing buildings” organized by the Joint Research Centre (JRC) of the European Commission.