top
facebook twitter linkedin
leaf Challenges towards nearly Zero-Energy Buildings in the EU
Challenges towards nearly Zero-energy Buildings in the EUThe European countries have long agreed to a common energy vision for 2050 by which date EU’s economy-wide emissions of greenhouse gases will have to be 80-95% lower than 1990 levels. The Commission’s Energy Roadmap 2050 specifies that EU’s building stock will need to reduce its emissions by 88-91%.

EN-button
leaf

Energy audits and energy performance certifications in pilot sport buildings, first steps towards nearly zero energy sports buildings

Energy audits and Energy performance certifications in pilot sport buildings, first steps toward nearly zero energy sports buildings

Energy audits and energy performance certifications conducted in 26 EU pilot sport buildings within STEP-2-SPORT project have revealed significant potential energy savings, more than 11,000 MWh/year. With an investment of almost 6 million € can be achieved more than 1 million € per year of economic savings. The potential emissions reduction is more than 3,400 tonnes CO2 per year Energy efficiency measures and renewable energies have been proposed to enable the transition towards nearly zero energy sport buildings. Sports complexes, indoor swimming pools, gymnasiums and sport halls from 7 EU countries have been benefited from STEP-2-SPORT activities.

EN-button
leaf

Let’s ESCo!

Let's ESCo!

Are you an ESCo? Share with us your experience in sport facilities.
Are you a sport facility manager, a municipality, energy agency and would you like to let us know your experience with ESCO contracts?

 

EN-button
logos
The sole responsibility for the content of this newsletter lies with the authors. It does not necessarily reflect the opinion of the European Union. Neither the EASME not the European Commission are responsible for any use that may be made of the information contained therein.
Download as Download this newsletter as pdf