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24.11.2016, 11:59
EURegional

Energy Poverty Handbook is out!

At the end of November the Energy Poverty Handbook was published in Brussels. The aim of the Handbook is to offer a complex overview and up-to date knowledge for those who are concerned about the levels of energy poverty in Europe.
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04.11.2016, 10:20
International

Promoting Residential Energy Efficiency in the New Urban Agenda

As part of Habitat for Humanity’s participation in the global dialogue of Habitat III, delegates advocated for affordable energy solutions to climate change, using REELIH as a model for energy efficient residential building, and had the opportunity to present the model as part of both Conference events and pre-events.
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28.10.2016, 12:05
EURegional

Impact of the Energy Union on Residential Energy Efficiency in CEE

A report conducted by Central European University assesses how this new initiative of the European Commission called Energy Union will affect residential energy efficiency countries of Central and Eastern Europe.
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28.10.2016, 08:55
ArmeniaBosnia and HerzegovinaInternational

REELIH Project Presented at Habitat III Conference

In line with Habitat III, we participated in a panel discussion Triple Win: People, Public, and Private Partnerships for More Livable Cities and Communities.where we presented practical advice on how this approach works by bringing public and private resources into alignment with community priorities through active collaboration among stakeholders.
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30.06.2016, 22:58
ArmeniaBosnia and HerzegovinaMacedoniaRegional

Get Warm Homes

The title of this new website captures very nicely that Habitat for Humanity International’s main focus when it comes to the energy efficiency of residential buildings are: the people.
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