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28 to 29 April 2021

Institut für Wohnen und Umwelt (IWU) as network coordinator, the Leibniz Institute of Ecological Urban and Regional Development (IÖR) and the University of Wuppertal (BUW)
Berlin

Research database non-residential buildings

Researchers present the results of a Germany-wide, representative primary data collection in the non-residential buildings sector. From this, the...

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24th November 2020

Forschungsnetzwerke Bioenergie und Energiewendebauen
Umweltforum Berlin

Digitise - link sectors - flexibilise

The research networks "Bioenergie" and "Energiewendebauen" are organising a joint conference for the first time. The focus is on the systemic...

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Artificial Intelligence to Improve Load Forecasts

8. September 2020

Artificial Intelligence to Improve Load Forecasts

How can plant operators integrate as much renewable energy into their district heating as possible while also saving on costs? This is the subject of...

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Now Open for Submissions

25. March 2020

Now Open for Submissions

Urban energy systems, smart grids, or digitization: researchers can now begin submitting papers on these and similar topics for the 17th International...

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Hamburg: New Regulatory Sandbox IW³ to Provide Climate-Friendly Heating

11. August 2020

Hamburg: New Regulatory Sandbox IW³ to Provide Climate-Friendly Heating

Another regulatory sandbox for the energy transition is being launched in Hamburg to study an integrated household heating transition in Wilhelmsburg....

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Green Light for Hydrogen Research Network

6. October 2020

Green Light for Hydrogen Research Network

Over 1,000 people attended the launch event for the Hydrogen research network. Now the job is to help create a call for funding for hydrogen concepts,...

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Solar Decathlon Europe 2021 postponed

25. June 2020

Solar Decathlon Europe 2021 postponed

The Solar Decathlon Europe, a competition focusing on sustainable building and living, will feature 18 participating teams. But they will have more...

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