eLearningThe Copenhagen Centre on Energy Efficiency is hosting a no-cost webinar series ‘Think globally, act locally’ in order to explore how energy efficiency policies and actions are linked together at the global, national and local levels of decision-making and how potentially local actions can drive poli
eLearningThis BEA webinar is demonstrating how to measure the potential sustainability impacts of city policies and projects. Speakers are discussing how to find the estimated emissions reductions from policies intended for, or unrelated to, climate mitigation.
eLearningThis BEA webinar, open to BEA cities and partners, as well as the general public aims to help cities identify incentive types that may work to spur above-code development in their local context.
eLearningThis BEA webinar engages participants on how to use tools and standards to improve city sustainability.
eLearningThis BEA webinar aims to help cities select localized indicators to track their progress and set clear goals for what they will achieve, with emphasis on activities until September 2017, the end of current BEA phase. Cities are learning how to use the BEA Tracking Progress Template and have a cha
eLearningA city can reduce its utility bills and its carbon footprint through better design of not just the buildings it owns but also all buildings that lie within its jurisdiction.
eLearningThe Copenhagen Centre on Energy Efficiency is hosting a no-cost webinar series ‘Think globally, act locally’ in order to show how energy efficiency policies and actions are linked together at the global, national and local levels of decision-making and how potentially local actions can drive policy
eLearningIn the last decade, the integration of Renewable Energy Sources in buildings and smart combination of technologies have been identified as key elements for renovations plans which pursue the horizon of Nearly Zero Energy Buildings.
eLearningOne of the most aggregated indicators that is commonly used as a proxy for energy efficiency is energy intensity, typically represented by the ratio of the quantity of energy consumption in primary form per unit of economic output (Banerjee et al., 2013).
eLearningReview of 50 publicly available tools and information sources on energy efficiency in buildings to assist policy-makers in answering common questions of the policy development process. The results are presented in the form of a concise and straightforward decision-making tree.