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Bread, cakes and pastries may be tasty, but few of us realise it takes a lot of energy to produce them. Industry is now looking to change this
A new approach to the renewability potential of Europe’s regions reveals unexpected opportunities for manufacturing
Glasgow-based company IES reveals its new product which uses the Rough Cut modelling technique
An insight by R2M expert Marco Rocchetti
A first lecture at Politecnico di Milano
REEMAIN partner Rick Greenough, professor at the De Monfort University (DMU) has been working with a Leicestershire house builder to investigate the use of soil as a seasonal store of thermal energy.
German company Solera, a partner of the REEMAIN project specialized in solar technologies, has been focusing for years on issues related to the performance of solar collectors.
It’s a busy time for IES, as their work is coming into the final period for the REEMAIN Decision Support Tool (DST) in the project.
13 July 2017 - 13:00–17:00
27th June 2017, 14.30 CET
23rd May 2017, 14.30 CET
Modena, Italy - Wednesday April 19th 2017, 14.15
Please find below relevant links to scientific publications based on the work done in the framework of REEMAIN project.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement No 608977