bigEE team members attended International Sustainability Transitions Conference (IST) 2016 with presentations on bigEE.
The bigEE country pages for India provide latest and authoritative information on the technological and policy framework scenario for energy efficiency in buildings and appliances in the country.
The New South African Standards and Labelling Programme for Residential Appliances – A First-Hand Evaluation Case Study has been presented at IEPPEC in Amsterdam by bigEE’s team.
Decoupling in the Construction and Building Sector becomes a trending subject in India
bigEE at SE4All Global Efficiency Accelerator Platform Webinar Series
Comparison of Energy-Efficient and Green Buildings: Technological and Policy Aspects with case studies from Europe, the USA, India and Nepal
bigEE.net present at the Green Buildings Conference in Beijing and being translated in Chinese
Solar Water Heating and Heat Pump Rebate Programme (SWH & HP)
South Africa policy update
Policy update for 12L of Income Tax 58 of 1962
Recommendations for energy-efficient buildings within a wide range of options
Information on ways to achieve energy efficiency in the service sector buildings
Useful information on energy efficiency in the Options section on bigEE
Stefan Thomas represents the bigEE initiative.
Updates in the policy section
Appliances guidelines updated
Updates on South Africa's appliances section
The bigEE country page for South Africa is now online
bigEE is bringing German know-how on Green and Energy Efficient Building techniques, technologies and policies as well as a comparison of energy efficiency in Chinese and German cities to China.
Last week the bigEE team visited the light+building in Frankfurt (Germany). This week the second monitoring report of the German Energy Transition was published. It's conclusion: Renewables are on track, efforts for energy efficiency still need to be increased. That is no surprise.
bigEE members have just returned from Beijing China where they held a dissemination workshop as well as numerous work meetings with their Chinese partners, such as CSUS-IBR. All with the goal of improving energy efficiency in the building sector in China.
bigEE goes China: The 10th IGEBC promotes Energy Conservation and Emission Reduction.
Under the umbrella of the "Indo-German Energy Forum“ in Delhi the Indian Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE) signed a Letter of Commitment to become part of the bigEE project. The affiliation of India as a country partner is an important step forward to extend the knowledge platform bigEE to provide information on successful policy instruments and technology options for energy efficiency in buildings in one of the largest and fastest growing building sectors worldwide.
A new version of bigee.net was rolled out last week. A number of improvements have made their way into this more refined version. Most notable, an improved navigation, increased portability of content, redesigned guide overviews and a newly introduced reference library help improve the usability of the site.
Few months after its launch the web-based knowledge platform bigee.net is now being expanded with the first of several planned Country Pages. On the 2nd of April 2013 the bigEE China Country Pages will be launched within the framework of the “German Day” at the Ninth International Conference on Green and Energy-Efficient Buildings Conference and New Technologies and Products Expo (GBC) 2013 in Beijing, China. Members of the bigEE team will introduce the international audience to the new section of the bigEE platform.
We are excited to announce the launch of bigee.net, a knowledge platform for energy efficiency in buildings, is now live to facilitate the daily work of policy makers and decisions makers in the private sector and many actors in the construction sector. This web platform provides a comprehensive overview of existing know-how on technological solutions and policy options, amended with good practice examples to demonstrate their practicability.
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