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Welcome to the web page of the action "ENHEMS-Buildings -- Enhancement of Research, Development and Technology Transfer Capacities in Energy Management Systems for Buildings", funded by the European Union through Science and Innovation Investment Fund of IPA III.c Regional Competitiveness Operational Programme 2007-2009 for Croatia.


Published: 2015-07-09 at 15:14
Edited: 2015-07-16 at 15:13
Thematic discussion „Service of...

Thematic discussion „Service of building control system enhancement in a computer cloud for economically optimal operation of the building – results of the ENHEMS-Buildings action“ and Research seminar on energy-efficient buildings with researchers on University of Split took place on 29th June, 2015 at the premises of University of Split Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture. Within the events, researchers from University of Split and ENHEMS-Buildings team shared experiences and knowledge in the area of energy-efficient buildings, including microgrids and renewable energy sources. Very clear possibilities for collaboration are spotted and they will be pursued in the coming time. In the news sequel the list of held talks can be found together with materials used during the talk (in Croatian), as well as few photos from the event.

 

Dio I. Okrugli stol Usluga unapređenja sustava upravljanja zgradom u računalnom oblaku – rezultati projekta ENHEMS-Buildings

Dio II. Istraživački seminar o energetski učinkovitim zgradama

Blok II.1 – Predstavljanje istraživačkih aktivnosti vezanih uz energetski učinkovite zgrade na Sveučilištu u Splitu

Blok II.2 – ENHEMS-Buildings tim

 

 

 

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