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Energy Efficient Buildings: E2B Project Review

You may be interested in EeB PPP Project Review 2010-2011 publication, which showcases all 100 projects so far funded under the EU’s Energy Efficient Buildings programme.

The projects presented are wide and varied, ranging from cost-effective super-insulating materials and multifunctional vaccum-insulating panels using nanotechnology to intelligent energy-management systems.

The projects demonstrate scientific and technological excellence, and discuss approaches for dissemination and exploitation of results.

Projects aim at introducing new products and processes into the market and some of them are already demonstrating potential for commercialisation.

Please note that this publication is available to members of the MBEKTN and associated groups only . To become one please join this group and gain a full access to this and other MBEKTN resources.

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12 people have had something to say so far

I can't seem to download this report either via Mozilla or Explorer, anyone else struggling?
Posted on 16/07/12 07:52.
I'm not able to download either, using Google Chrome.
Posted on 16/07/12 08:21.
I fear the link to the document does not work.
Posted on 16/07/12 08:38.
You need to be a member and log in to the MBEKTN area first to view the document.
Posted on 16/07/12 09:37.
I have logged in as a member but it won't open for me either?
Posted on 16/07/12 10:08 in reply to Briony Turner.
I am a member, and I have confirmed that I am logged in, but the link still does not work.
Posted on 16/07/12 10:12.
Managed to download on a mac with Safari. I am a member and logged in etc. No idea if the mac is significant or not, except i had no problems.
Posted on 16/07/12 15:55 in reply to Andrew Kluth.
Dear all
Apologies for the delay with responding. I've just re-set up the link and tested - it should be working fine now.
Please ensure that you are a member of the MBEKTN and logged in when you are trying to download this report. Otherwise you'll see the message that it's not accessible.
It's a bit heavy therefore it may take time to download.
Should you still experience problems with getting the access to it, please let me know and elena.poletayeva@modernbuiltktn.co.uk and i'll email it to you.

Kind regards
Elena Poletayeva
MBEKTN Web Manager
Posted on 17/07/12 09:02.
Link failed for me using Internet Explorer. Logged out and in again. Still failed. Note it is a failure to connect to the website - not a download problem.
Regards
John Reed
Posted on 17/07/12 10:26.
John
pls drop me an email on elena.poletayeva@modernbuiltktn.co.uk i'll send you the report directly
Kind regards
elena
Posted on 17/07/12 10:30 in reply to John Reed.
Logged in but just get a page of java script instead of the report using safari.
Posted on 14/08/12 07:41 in reply to Elena Poletayeva.
Mike Brogan
I did a search and found this link:
http://www.e2b-ei.eu/documents/36D2270v1_EeB_Project_Review_2.pdf
Posted on 20/09/13 11:53.

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