South Poland Cleantech Cluster

Janusz Kahl, CEO in South Poland Cleantech Cluster has been chosen by the European Commission as member of the Steering Committee for the project

„Skills for smart industrial specialization and digital transformation (SIS&DT)”

for Executive Agency for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (EASME) acting under the powers delegated by the European Commission EASME / DG GROW, which has been granted to PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) in Luxembourg.

EASME is the largest EU agency managing, among others, EU funds from the HORIZON 2020, COSME, LIFE and ERASMUS+ programs.

The main goal of the task is to work out:

EU 2030 Common Vision on High-tech skills for SIS&DT

Members of the Steering Committee are responsible for:

  • monitoring of the work and reviews of reports developed by PwC
  • meetings in Brussels with EASME and the European Commission to review progress and discuss the preparation of periodic reports, which should be approved by the Steering Committee
  • participating in teleconferences
  • providing advice and guidance during the work

Se more: Steering Committee and EU 2030 Common Vision and 5th expert workshop , 6th expert workshop i Conference


Conference “Passive buildings and NZEB”

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SPCleantech organized on 26.04.2018 the conference “Passive buildings and NZEB in single- and multi-family housing” in cooperation with the Małopolska Center for Energy-efficient Buildings (MCBE) Politechnika Krakowska and Center for Sustainable Development and Energy Conservation AGH in Miękinia.

During the the conference in “Kotłownia” of the Cracow University of Technology member companies of SPCleantech: Małopolska Center for Energy-efficient Buildings (MCBE), architect companies Bjerg Arkitekter from Warszawa and BLOK Architekci from Krakow, Center for Sustainable Development and Energy Conservation AGH in Miękinia, PalettenWerk, FRAPOL, ZDANIA oraz LONDON told us what a passive house is, how to design it, what equipment to use and building materials.

According to the European Union directive, from 2020 all newly constructed buildings must be built in accordance with passive house standards, and the energy consumption in them should be almost zero. Under the European Union regulations, a building with almost zero energy consumption means a building with very high energy efficiency. The almost zero or very low amount of energy required should come to a very high extent from renewable sources, including energy generated on-site or nearby.