10 July 2019  
It's summer and it's time for trips and emotion!
Despite the heat we keep on writing on the topics concerning sustainable energy issues.
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Maya Kristeva
Improvements in building definitely contribute to lower temperatures, as do methods such as sun protection foil on the windows, heat pump systems, economical air conditioning, insulation.
Get acquainted with the latest exhibitors'19 products: 
Proximus Engineering recently announced the products of the Italian company VOTRICE – fans and ventilation chambers with built-in heating pumps. They combine exceptional technologies and design, which manage the air safely, effectively and with care for the environment and people’s comfort. More

Maks-4EM offers NOBEL boilers and solar collectors. They generate green energy for the production of hot water, house heating and swimming pools. More.  
Atrea Bulgaria offers a new generation of ventilation modules
They are designed primarily for school classrooms. They feature low noise levels (32 dB), provide a healthy environment, have a very high heat recovery efficiency. More

European Energy Innovation confirms its media partnership for EE & RES 2020 
The summer edition of the magazine is available now. Among the highlights are the following topics: The Biggest Innovation In Energy Is Efficiency; Clean Energy For All Europeans - An Important Step For Enabling The Clean Energy Transition; Belgian Perspective On Innovation Within The EU Energy Union Policy; Innovation In The Automotive Sector - A Long Term Vision, etc. Read more
Резултат с изображение за energy efficiency directive
ЕuroACE: South-East Europe committed to lead on energy efficient renovation of buildings!
All corners of the EU including South-East European Region must implement the amended Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) that came into force in July 2018, and that must be transposed at national level by March 2020. A key element of the changes requires all Member States to devise, and put into action, long-term renovation strategies to transform their building stock to be highly energy efficient and decarbonised. Countries where the energy saving potential of the building stock is highest, have the most to gain from being ambitious in their strategies. Read more

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