For the 5th edition of the Roger Léron Award, FEDARENE has teamed up with several EU networks & organisations to promote the Prize and what it stands for.
BUILD UP is the European portal for Energy Efficiency in Buildings, funded by the Executive Agency for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (EASME). BUILD UP intends to reap the benefits of Europe’s collective intelligence on energy reduction in buildings, and it targets professionals working in the building sector (public or private) with an interest on the latest developments related to energy efficiency at technical or practice level, policy legislation, financial issues, etc. More information: buildup.eu
Construction21 is a social media dedicated to all professionals active in the sustainable building and city sector. Their goal is to accelerate transition to green by facilitating innovation and best practices dissemination between practitioners, public authorities, researchers and academics. More information: Construction21.org
The European Innovation Partnership on Smart Cities and Communities (EIP-SCC) is a major market-changing undertaking supported by the European Commission bringing together cities, industries, SMEs, investors, researchers and other smart city actors. More information: eu-smartcities.eu
EuroACE represents Europe’s leading companies involved with the manufacture, distribution and installation of energy saving goods and services for buildings. EuroACE members employ around 286,000 people in these activities in Europe and have around 1,200 production facilities and offices. EuroACE’s mission is to work with the EU institutions to help Europe move towards a more efficient use of energy in buildings, thereby contributing to Europe’s energy and climate commitments. More information: euroace.org
GWNET empowers women in energy through interdisciplinary networking, advocacy, training, coaching and mentoring, and services related to projects and financing. GWNET seeks to address the current gender imbalances in the energy sector and to promote gender sensitive action around the energy transition, in both industrialised and emerging economies. More information: www.globalwomennet.org
The International Passive House Association (iPHA) is a truly international network uniting both Passive House experts and enthusiasts alike. iPHA works to promote the Passive House Standard and foster a greater public understanding of its significance, by making a wealth of Passive House knowledge accessible and facilitating active exchange amongst stakeholders worldwide while communicating with the media, policymakers, the general public and the entire range of construction professionals. www.passivehouse-international.org
REScoop is the European federation for renewable energy cooperatives. They are a growing network of 1,500 European REScoops and their 1,000,000 citizens who are active in the energy transition. Their members produce and supply renewable energy, operate distribution networks, perform energy efficiency, perform aggregation, engage in energy sharing, and provide electric car-sharing. More information: www.rescoop.eu