W4RES in Verband Wohneigentum Magazine

As part of the W4RES research project, four Berlin residential quarters are being investigated from an energy perspective. In cooperation with these residential quarters, the University of Applied Science in Stuttgart (HFT Stuttgart) analyses the photovoltaic potential as well as various refurbishment and renewable heat supply scenarios. The simulation platform SimStadt which uses 3D building models as input provides the simulation results. The various scenarios are compared and evaluated. This project enables stakeholders to evaluate different sustainable energy measures and aims to contribute to achieving climate goals.

Read the full article, written by Katharina Gapp-Schmeling (in German), here.

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W4RES, the EU-funded project which aims at empowering women in the Renewable Heating and Cooling sector, is supporting more than 50 women-led projects in 10 countries. Read the full press release here.

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On 18th January 2023, Women Engage for a Common Future (WECF) presented the first webinar of the new webinar series for capacity building on gender mainstreaming and women empowerment in the renewable heating and cooling sector (RHC). The exploding energy prices and their impact led us to talk about this topic in the webinar. Hence, […]

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PEDAL Consulting, in collaboration with the Friends of the Earth-CEPA, Bankwatch Network and its RegENERate project, organised another workshop from the W4RES initiative series. This time experts met in Bratislava, on 16 and 17 January 2023 and focused on fostering cross-regional mutual learning; facilitation of international cooperation as well as the exchange of good practices between […]

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The European University Institute (EUI) in Florence has launched “Lights on women“, a new database of women experts in the energy, climate and sustainability sectors. The Energybase is a multi-side, matchmaking platform where the demand for diverse talent meets supply. Two user types (talents and searchers) will be matched through the database and will be […]

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We are back! W4RES continues its webinar series on gender mainstreaming, women empowerment and leadership in the renewable heating and cooling (RHC) sector.  Join us on 18 January at 10 am CET for round 2!

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The EUSEW Woman in Energy Award recognises women who lead outstanding activities that, if replicated, help to advance the clean energy transition in Europe. Particular attention is placed on efforts to drive the gender mainstreaming agenda and support equality and equal opportunities in the energy sector. The EUSEW Woman in Energy Award highlights outstanding activities, projects or […]