Experts are being sought to evaluate the Horizon 2020 call topic EE-18 on Bioclimatic approaches for improving energy performance in buildings in Africa and Europe.
On 13 February, Energy Community experts and representatives of the Ministry of Economy and Infrastructure of Moldova met in Chisinau to set in motion technical assistance to support the Moldovan Government in the implementation of Law no 128/2014 on Energy Performance of Buildings.
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CaixaBank is launching its first credit line to combat climate change via the EIB’s dedicated climate action financing programme. It is the first time that CaixaBank has allocated EIB funds to financing the projects of individuals.
LIFE’s large-scale integrated projects use many funding sources to tackle some of the planet’s pressing environment and climate problems. But they also fund off-shoot projects which propose complementary activities. LIFE IP-ZENAPA’s consistent focus is on biodiversity, bio-economy and climate action.
“In recent weeks, the debate has escalated in France: Europe must commit to combating climate change and the best way to do this would be to create a climate bank. This proposal is supported ardently and with conviction by two men in particular: the climatologist Jean Jouzel and the economist Paul Larrouturou, co-authors of the book “Finance, Climat : Réveillez-vous !” (“Climate: Wake Up!”).”
In 2017, 8 % of the European Union (EU) population said in an EU-wide survey that they could not afford to heat their home sufficiently. This share peaked in 2012 (11 %), and has fallen continuously in subsequent years.
Ireland will host the International Energy Agency’s fourth annual Global Conference on Energy Efficiency, which will take place in Dublin this year on 24 June.
The EIB loan will contribute to the renovation of the stores’ technical systems through the introduction of more efficient energy equipment, new electricity generation and waste management technologies.
Brussels, 22 January 2019
The European Investment Advisory Hub will support CMZRB in designing a dedicated investment platform aiming at overcoming market barriers and stimulating more energy efficiency projects.
The European Investment Bank (EIB) and the province of Limburg will both invest EUR 75 million in the “Duurzaam Thuis” stimulation fund. The initiative is meant for private citizens who can lend money for future proofing their homes. It is the first time the EIB invests in a fund that will lend directly to citizens, rather than a business or public sector counterpart.