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Upcoming events

Workshop
15 September 2022, 14:30 - 16:00
Athens, Greece

Digital Twins to Future-Proof Europe’s Buildings and Neighbourhoods

A European Urban Resilience Forum (EURESFO) Session

Discuss digital twins for harnessing building- and city data for optimised urban climate mitigation and adaptation with us. Data is a keystone for better decision making at city-level for optimising policy and measures for improved climate mitigation and adaptation. However, data alone is not enoug...

Past events

Webinar
25 May 2022, 16:00 - 17:00

Data-driven tools to enhance buildings decarbonisation

This online workshop aims to explore how digital technologies and data-driven tools, including Google Environmental Insights Explorer (EIE) and tools from the MATRYCS project could support cities in advancing low carbon transitions in the buildings sector.  Collectively, buildings in the EU are...
Webinar
24 May 2022, 16:00 - 18:30

Launch of the EU Policy Whole Life Carbon Roadmap for buildings

On 24 May 2022, WorldGBC, supported by ICLEI Europe, will launch the EU Policy Whole Life Carbon Roadmap for buildings as part of the #BuildingLife campaign.

WorldGBC has convened leaders from across the value chain to formulate a detailed plan for how EU policymakers and the built environment sector can work together to fully decarbonise buildings and construction by 2050. ICLEI contributed to the policy recommendations, leading the development of a de...
Webinar
20 January 2022, 09:30 - 12:30

Building a sustainable and meaningful data flow of the EU Building stock

The European building landscape is transforming, and big data is leading the way. In this session, participants will follow this journey through the lens of practical and tangible examples. They will discover how building-related data can serve as a transmission piece between building and renovatio...
Workshop
29 September 2021, 17:00 - 18:30
Rome, Italy

Building a sustainable and meaningful data flow of the EU building stock

This 90-minute virtual workshop entitled “Building a sustainable and meaningful data flow of the EU Building stock” will spotlight the potential, status and possible pitfalls of large-scale and systematic building data collection in Europe for promoting a cost- and energy-effective trans...
Workshop
28 September 2021, 15:30 - 17:00

Positive Energy Buildings and Neighborhoods in Europe: from policy to implementation

Enabling urban decarbonisation with Plus Energy Building solutions

Join EU Horizon porjects EXCESS and syn.ikia to explore and define the concept of Positive Energy Buildings (PEB) and neighbourhood districts (PED) to establish, assess, and document the impact of positive energy buildings on a more cost-effective, just, socially balanced and fair energy transition ...
Webinar
13 July 2021, 10:00 - 11:30

Powering the “net-zero carbon” city

Best practices in the smart integration of buildings and transport

Background Electrification in the transport, building and industry sectors (e.g. e-vehicles, smart buildings) plays a crucial role on the path towards climate neutrality. The European Commission estimates in its Energy System Integration Strategy that this electrification will double the amount of...
Workshop
22 June 2021, 09:30 - 11:00

MATRYCS Stakeholder Workshop #1

The potential of big data to revolutionise the building sector

The building sector accounts for a significant percentage of total global energy-related CO2 emissions. Competitive solutions must be found to revolutionise energy efficiency and management in buildings, and 'big data' has the potential to contribute to that search. This first MATRYCS workshop will...
Webinar
3 June 2021, 14:15 - 15:15

Popular objectives, controversial measures - Increasing the acceptance of ambitious measures in cities

European Green Week Conference Session

Reducing pollution and improving air quality in cities is an objective usually finding widespread support across policy levels and in the population. The question of which measures and actions to take to move towards this objective on the other side are frequently leading to heated debates and even ...