On this website you will find information about clean energy, examples and sparring partners.Whether you want to work at home, with the neighbors or together with fellow villagers or townspeople.
The Info Energia service is a team at the cooperative that is ready to provide answers and advices to consumers looking to save energy. They are producing 5 different reports in order to keep the consumers engaged. Reports are seasonal and include actionable tips.
A guide that can assist you with the implementation of greener structures in your house: selection of the right performers; application for permits; support with financing and subsidies; monitor planning and budget.
A list of financing options. Investigate the possibilities of using your own money or a loan for energy-saving measures in your property and, if necessary, make use of subsidies.
An overview of the different tariff and tax structures across Europe, illustrating the ideal scenarios would be for an efficient and costreflective tariff design that encourages consumer’s active interaction with the grid as well as the use of flexibility services.
A guide to give communities the confidence, knowledge and ambition to achieve a low-carbon future for their area. The documents provide support to communities seeking to influence strategic planning in their area and undertake low-carbon initiatives.
This toolbox offers professionals and residents information and inspiration to design a rainproof environment: solutions for draining water, using water, infiltrating water and retaining water.
In this file you will find all information about the Subsidieregeling Coöperatieve Energieopwekking, the Dutch subsidy system: how the scheme works, whether you can or should do something with it, and how you can apply for a subsidy.
Heating calculator / British Thermal Unit calculator can help work out the appropriate heat output for each room of your home. This tool shows a list of radiators that will generate enough heat to keep your room at an efficient yet comfortable temperature.
Use this calculator to estimate the cooling needs of a typical room or house, such as finding out the power of a window air conditioner needed for an apartment room or the central air conditioner for an entire house.
Find out about the technological aspects of realising a district heating network, from energy grid integration to building energy management, to integrating energy efficiency retrofitting
Information on policies and regulatory tools developed nationally for specific water reuse applications in six of the 28 EU member states are provided in tables and timelines with links to the relevant documents .
These guidelines aim to help relevant stakeholders, including industry and public authorities, to implement in practice the Ecodesign Regulation for air heating products, cooling products, high temperature process chillers and fan coil units.
Guidance for local authorities and energy providers offers advice and recommendations on undertaking an objective, evidence based and data driven whole systems approach to Local Area Energy Planning.
This page helps users to choose the inverter for a solar power installation according to the type of panel that is used, the electrical connection, the orientation and angle of inclination of the installation, and how much energy is desired to be produced.
In this guide you will discover what CHP is, what applications there are, what CHP can mean for your own energy demand, how to approach a CHP project and who can help you with this.
Find out if you are eligible for an energy loan from the Flemish government to carry out work in your home to save energy, for example by means of insulation or by replacing an old boiler.
The EKOenergy label is an internationally recognised mark of quality for renewable electricity, gas, heat and cooling. The ecolabel is also a communication tool and is used by individuals and companies to demonstrate their commitment to renewable energy, which encourages others to do the same
Socrowd is a practical tool to encourage people and organizations to make a fair investment with their money on social economy, socio-cultural, ecological, welfare and education initiatives
Open Social’s purpose-built online community software allows organizations to create online spaces where members can communicate, collaborate, connect and share expertise and experiences from anywhere in the world.
Are you looking for more connection in your area and do you want to know what's going on? Or do you want to develop a knowledge network for a specific theme? With Area Online you can create your own online neighborhood or theme platform.
Find, among other things, tools for interpreting the energy requirements in the building regulations and a savings calculator for use in both single-family houses and residential properties.