The final report about REMOURBAN Study Tour is now available for download.
Around 80 delegates from the EU’s nine Lighthouse projects along with officials from the European Commission and INEA converged on Nottingham last month pledging to strengthen project cooperation towards making our towns and cities smarter and more sustainable
The European Commission report on energy efficiency is available for download.
The paper about REMOURBAN methodology presented at the 8th International Conference on Sustainability in Energy and Buildings (SEB-16, 11-13 September 2016, Turin, ITALY) has been published on the scientific journal Energy Procedia.
Nine Lighthouse Projects pledged closer cooperation in their efforts towards low carbon and resource efficient urban spaces
The automated home and office market is predicted to grow quickly in the next few years. But as reports of cyber attacks increase, is it still possible for a home to be a castle in the age of smart buildings, or are we lowering the drawbridge to hackers?
Four hundred homes in Sneinton are part of a European project to make them warmer, cheaper to run and fit for the future.
Nottingham City Council and partners provided advice on how local people can make energy savings as part of Fuel Poverty Awareness Day on Friday 17 February.
Lighthouse project Remourban will be throwing its doors wide open this month when its first study tour takes place in lighthouse city Nottingham, UK.
Boosting the use of renewable energy has long been an ambition in Europe, but some efforts have powered down amid an ever-changing political landscape and dwindling finances. Now crowdfunding is pulling in a new generation of green investors
This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 646511