Competence development and promotion of cooperation among the hospitals in the cooperation region through experience exchange, benchmarking and benchlearning, training and know-how transfer. Modul „Energy“ concentrates on the potential con-tribution of the hospitals to reducing the CO2 emissions through energy saving without affected quality of the medical care, as well as on identifying the options and their limits for energy saving.
The goal is to provide construction ecological consulting services and arrange the implementation of a chemicals management for the rennovation of the Primary School and the construction of a kindergarden in St. Leonhard near Siebenbrünn.
The goal and purpose of the project ist to develop and realize a holistic and integrated Smart City Concept in a district of Villach. In two test areas in Villach a series of co-ordinated activities are implemented. The essential part of the concept is the upgrad of the power grid into a "smart grid". Additionally the energy users should be motivated and supported in reducing and optimizing their energy consumption. New finacing and business models for decentralised power plants should encourage privat investors and citiziens to invest in local renewable energy.
This project is sponsored by the climate and energy fond (Klima- und Energiefonds) and realized as part of the program "SMART ENERGY DEMO - FIT for SET". www.klimafonds.gv.at
The goal of the EU funded project UMBESA (ETZ program) is to select particular meals and foods in the participating commercial kitchens, which are optimised towards sustainability. A sustainable menu is characterized by the consideration of these criteria:
freshly cooked instead of convenient
To check the feasibility of sustainable meals in commercial kitchens, test-cookings are realised. Moreover, there is a detailed evaluation of the meals regarding economy, ecology and nutrition physiology done. The benefit of the menu optimisation: cost savings and reduction of energy consumption as well as the reduction of CO2 emissions of the kitchens.
The project goal is toraiseand develop research questions on the "Resource-efficientcity ofthe future".These questions should build thefoundationfor thestrategic orientationof futureagendasofthe AustrianFederalMinistryforTransport,Innovationand Technology(bmvit).
The EnBa project aims at identifying the risks and potentials which construction waste may involve. Furthermore the project will show the logistical and technical options as well as the basic conditions, that are necessary to increase the recycling and reduce the amount of disposed waste.
The goal of the EU funded and cross-bordered project UMBESA (ETZ program) is to implement a sustainable menu in commercial kitchens. The project has been finished successfully on the 31th of December 2014. At the project homepage umbesa.rma.at you can download the UMBESA-results!