Our strategic partners

Partnerships are the cornerstone of EEB-CZ activities and the development of our community. Our goal is to work closely with Czech and international research teams and institutions, private companies, associations, ministries, EU institutions, and other energy efficient building experts.

EEB-CZ partners

Czech Technical University in Prague (CTU)

CTU is one of the biggest and oldest technical universities in Europe. EEB-CZ cooperates with the faculties of civil engineering, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, biomedical engineering and the University Centre for Energy Efficient Buildings.

University Centre for Energy Efficient Buildings (UCEEB)

University Centre for Energy Efficient Buildings (UCEEB)

The University Centre for Energy Efficient Buildings is a multidisciplinary research centre with unique equipment for researchers and students from four CTU faculties (civil engineering, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, and biomedical engineering). It has been built with support from structural funds in the industrial zone near Kladno.

Czech Liaison Office for Research, Development and Innovation (CZELO)

Czech Liaison Office for Research, Development and Innovation (CZELO)

The principal aim of CZELO is to support the successful integration of the Czech research community with European research, particularly through the EU Framework Programmes for Research, Development and Innovation (Horizon 2020).

Building Efficiency Awards (BEFFA)

Building Efficiency Awards (BEFFA)

Building Efficiency Awards is a Czech-Slovak initiative that seeks buildings with unique architecture, construction, and energy efficiency for recognition at a prestigious award event organized under the auspices of the Technical University in Brno and other universities (CTU in Prague, STU Bratislava, TU Liberec, and TU Zvolen). The competition is accompanied by a series of seminars and a conference, serving as a platform for discussion on trends in the field of energy efficient buildings.

Ministry of industry and trade

Ministry of industry and trade

As a result of collaboration with Ministry of Industry and Trade we were appointed as representatives of the Czech Republic in thematic group TG1 – Stimulating investment in building renovation, infrastructure and innovation of the High Level Forum on Sustainable Construction set up by DG Enterprise, European Commission. The group was established in relation to the Communication "Strategy for the sustainable competitiveness of the construction sector and its enterprises", COM(2012) 433 final.

The Technology Centre of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic

The Technology Centre of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic

The Technology Centre of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic (TC) is a key national institution for the research and development infrastructure, and it carries out oriented research in the area of science, technologies and innovations. TC is a source of current information about European research, development and innovation. Its members are institutes of the Academy of Sciences of the CR: Institute of Physics, Institute of Microbiology, Institute of Chemical Process Fundamentals, Institute of Plasma Physics, Institute of Molecular Genetics and Technology management Ltd.

SEVEn

SEVEn

SEVEn has been on the Czech market since 1990, when it was founded as a non-profit consulting company. Its work focuses on consultancy in the field of business development and economically efficient energy use. It endeavours to overcome the barriers that hinder the satisfactory use of the economic potential of energy savings in industry, the commercial and public sector, and as well as in the day-to-day life of households. The SEVEn consortium comprises of the following companies: SEVEn, Středisko pro efektivní využívání energie, o.p.s. (The Energy Efficiency Center) and SEVEn Energy s.r.o. 

Passive House Centre

Passive House Centre

Passive House Centre is the largest professional platform in the Czech Republic which actively encourages, creates and moderates discussion on the construction of buildings in the passive standard across the expert and general public. It is an association of legal and natural persons, which was established for the purpose of supporting and promoting the passive house standard and to ensure adequate quality of passive houses.