Energy-efficient buildings (EeB) consists of a financial envelope of € 1 billion to boost the construction sector, and aims at promoting green technologies and the development of energy efficient systems and materials in new and renovated buildings - this, with a view to radically reducing their energy consumption and CO2 emissions.
The programme is financed jointly by industry and the European Commission under the Seventh Framework Programme for Research (FP7). The research programme has started in July 2009 with coordinated calls for research proposals, jointly implemented by DG Research and Innovation, DG Energy and DG Information Society and Media.
Further calls for proposals have been launched every year in July until 2012.
You will find the Energy-Efficient Buildings proposals funded under the Industrial Technologies (NMP) programme on CORDIS.