How could Spain be more sustainable in housing?

How could Spain be more sustainable in housing?

The future requires that homes must be efficient. In the European Union, the construction sector consumes 40% of primary energy and 50% of raw materials. It generates 30% of waste and spends more than 20% of drinking water. In the case of Spain, sustainability is...
HousEEnvest project is presented at the FOROFICON 2019

HousEEnvest project is presented at the FOROFICON 2019

FICON 2019, the Iberian Construction Fair, will host on November the 7th the presentation “HOUSEENVEST and INNOINVEST Projects in the field of energy rehabilitation and innovation in energy materials for building”, where the projects will be presented to professionals...
HousEEnvest is presented as a success story in Brussels

HousEEnvest is presented as a success story in Brussels

The European Union is aiming to reduce carbon emissions from its building sector by 40% by 2030, and total decarbonisation by 2050, in line with our obligations under the Paris Agreement. However, only around 1% of the building stock is renovated each year, and to...
Challenges in the decarbonization of the building sector

Challenges in the decarbonization of the building sector

To fulfill its commitments to the EU in terms of climate and energy, Spain must submit a draft of the National Integrated Energy and Climate Plan 2021-2030 at the end of the year 2019 whose objective will be to comply with the international commitments acquired by our...