IMEAS

Integrated and Multi-level Energy models for the Alpine Space

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  • CONFERENCE: TERRITORIES IN TRANSITION - Towards THRIVING TERRITORIES

    Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes Energy Environment Agency is celebrating its 40 year anniversary; on this occasion they would like to invite you to exchange about the future of territories in transition.
    Through a series of testimonies, discussions and forecasting analysis, participants will explore the development of THRIVING TERRITORIES. These have taken what pioneer territories and model territories did to the next level in terms of engagement (of citizens, local businesses and local authorities).

  • Training of trainers, Autrans (Vercors, FR), 18.-19.4.2018

    The IMEAS project, which addresses the policy silo problem in regards to integrated and multilevel energy planning, has entered the second half of its duration. For developed tools and guidelines IMEAS partners prepared an internal Train the Trainers session.

  • Members of the IMEAS Sounding Board

    IMEAS is pleased to welcome Jean-Francois Dallemand (Energy Efficiency and Renewable Unit - Energy, Transport and Climate Directorate – Joint Research Center of the EC), Paolo Baggio (Department of Civil, Environmental and Mechanical Engineering - Trento University) and Luigi Crema (Applied Research on Energy Systems Unit - FBK Fondazione Bruno Kessler), Dietmar Lenz (Association of Environmental Vorarlberg - Umweltverband Vorarlberg) and Paul Stampfl  (alpS GmbH) as members of the IMEAS Sounding Board!

  • IMEAS: Workshop in Vorarlberg

    Wolfurt, Austria, 20 March 2018

    Workshop KGA (Kommunaler Gebäudeausweis) organized by the IMEAS project partner Energieinstitut Vorarlberg (EIV), attracted representatives from 15 municipalities of Vorarlberg.

  • IEA: Global Energy Demand Grew by 2.1% Last Year

    Global energy demand rose by 2.1% in 2017, more than twice the previous year's rate, and reached an estimated 14,050 million tonnes of oil equivalent (Mtoe), compared with 10,035 Mtoe in 2000. Energy demand was boosted by strong global economic growth, with oil, gas and coal meeting most of the increase in demand for energy, and renewables seeing impressive gains, said the International Energy Agency (IEA) in a press release, citing the Global Energy & CO2 Status Report, which was released on Wednesday. Fossil fuels accounted for over 70% of the growth in world energy demand last year and carbon emissions rose for the first time since 2014.