Energy performance of buildings – eceee

eceee, the European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy, is a membership-based non-profit association.

Improving the energy performance of Europe’s buildings is one of the priority areas for energy efficiency policy in the EU. Nearly 40% of final energy consumption is in houses, public and private offices, shops and other buildings.

OPEN Fellowships 2022: Call for applications

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OPEN Fellowships enable researchers and public policy professionals to work closely together for up to 8.5 months on a project that strengthens the contribution of academic evidence and expertise to policy communities.

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Expressions of interest to join HI-ACT

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The EPSRC Hydrogen systems coordination team want to build high-impact, multi-disciplinary, multi-site teams, with the aim of building longer-term research alliances. The consortia will be a vibrant, diverse, and open community, and aspires to provide an unparalleled environment, respecting equal...

Pathways to a Zero Carbon Oxfordshire project wins research Impact Award

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The School of Geography and the Environment (SoGE), Oxford, held the inaugural Engagement and Impact Award Ceremony on 30th June 2022 in the new East Wing of the Dyson Perrins Building. Head of School, Professor Gillian Rose announced the winners and highly commended entries in two categories: Ma...


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