Hungarian and Lithuanian partners of the CACTUS project gathered at an online meeting to exchange with negaWatt and Enough expert Edouard Toulouse on sufficiency in appliances.
The CACTUS team has completed its first working block, aimed at exploring the energy sufficiency potential in Hungary and Lithuania.
Energy sufficiency experts from EUKI project CACTUS’ partner organisations gathered online to exchange on sufficiency potentials adapted to the national contexts in Hungary and Lithuania. The findings and developed long-term projections were published in a summarising “assumptions table”.
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The third Bavaria-wide network conference of the Institute for Energy Technology (IfE) at the OTH Amberg-Weiden took place on 15 July 2021. For the first time, participants from other European countries joined.
The first start-up pitches in the project “GreenTecLab” took place in Heraklion, Crete. Nine Projects presented their innovative business ideas in the fields of sustainable tourism and organic agriculture.
Croatia GBC and Sendzimir Foundation are organizing an online training to teach ways of renovating cultural heritage buildings. The training is intended for architects, conservators, engineers, contractors, project managers, members of city offices for cultural protection and energy, public administration bodies and students.
The Energy Efficiency Network Team met for the first time at the Czech Technical University (CTU) in Prague.
Another virtual study tour in the framework of the EUKI project Three4Climate took place this time to Braga and Loulé (Portugal). The multi-faceted three-day event included videos, expert presentations, “round tables” and networking sessions.
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