EU-GUGLE aims to demonstrate the feasibility of nearly-zero energy building renovation models in 6 pilot cities in view of triggering large-scale, Europe-wide replication in smart cities and communities by 2020.Read More
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* Develops sustainable concepts for building renovation
* Assesses the environmental and economical impacts of alternative renovation concepts
* Gives recommendations about the assessment results
The project’s overall aim is to facilitate market penetration for renovations of single-family houses to a very high energy standard that are sustainable and provide superior comfort to occupants. The following assumptions will be investigated within the project: clustering the various innovative technologies provides the client with a less fragmented renovation process. Clustering also ensures a structured transfer of innovations to SMEs. The development of a ‘one-stop-shop’ tool as a platform for both client and company gives the opportunity to create supply and demand for holistic, integrated retrofit solutions.Read More
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