17-18 November, Nicosia (Cyprus)
16 November, Brussels
This mini conference marks the end of the EU-funded MeeFS (Multifunctional Energy Efficient Facade System for Building Retrofitting) project, which was launched in January 2012. MeeFS set out to develop an innovative, energy efficient, multifunctional façade system for retrofitting, geared towards the residential building sector across Europe.
28 October, Paris
ButaNexT will host a session within the Energy and Environment Knowledge Week Congress in Paris later this month as it looks to share its innovative research on next generation biobutanol with the scientific community and industrial stakeholders.
The annual congress is an international multidisciplinary event planned to discuss and present cutting-edge research in energy and environment in all possible fields of study, organised in partnership between the University of Castilla-La Mancha and the University Paris Est-Créteil (UPEC).
Bratislava, 26-28 October 2016
Excellent science, research and innovation are essential for a sustainable development of the European economy. That is why hundreds of representatives from European and international research, innovation communities, and the business sector will meet to discuss this topic during a prestigious event in the field of nanotechnologies, advanced materials, manufacturing and production technologies, biotechnology - the International Conference REinEU2016.
Berlin, 26 October 2016
26-28 October, Tallin
The 20th European Forum on Eco-innovation will be held in Tallinn, Estonia, on 26-28 October 2016.The Forum will examine financing opportunities for eco-innovative SMEs and will showcase successful companies who have succeeded in attracting investors and growing their business. It will explore the enabling factors and challenges of transitioning to a circular business model and will address these through the lens of business, finance and public sector.
26-28 October 2016, Freiburg, Germany and Basel, Switzerland
Energy provision and usage are core elements in the quest for a smart city. But the question arises whether a smart city can also be a sustainable city. What role can, and should, smart technologies play in the search for improved energy efficiency and quality of life in a city? What are the opportunities and limitations of new technologies for urban energy transformation? And what is the role of social innovation and citizen engagement?
13 October, Brussels
As part of the European Week of Regions and Cities, FEDARENE (European Federation of Agencies and Regions for Energy and the Environment) are organising an event on, 'How to aggregate small energy investments into a large regional project?'.
12-13 October 2016, Brussels
10-13 October, Brussels
The 14th European Week of Regions and Cities will focus on the challenges currently facing Europe's regions and cities. Building on the implementation cycle of EU cohesion policy programmes, the event will be aligned with the political priorities of the European Commission's and the European Committee of the Regions for 2016 and with the interests of the partner regions and cities.