The third SouthZEB Project newsletter has just been released

The third newsletter from the Project SouthZEB – Towards nearly Zero Energy Buildings Training in Southern European Countries has just been released:
The SouthZEB project is funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme of the EU, and members from the UMSC research team are involved in the Portuguese Coordination of the Project, namely Samuel Niza and Alexandre Amado.
The project aims to develop a certified training system for nZEB trainers and designers contributing towards the nearly Zero Energy Building (nZEB) goals established in the European Performance Buildings Directive (recast).
Project partners include Universities, Energy Services Companies and Vocational Training Centers which will train 150 trainers and 1500 trainees in Southern European countries, building on the experience of front runner countries.

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