AEROCOINs proposes to create a new superinsulating material by overcoming the two major obstacles which have so far prevented a wide-spread use of silica-based aerogel super-insulation components in buildings and construction. These obstacles are the POOR MECHANICAL PROPERTIES of silica aerogels and the HIGH COST associated with its production.
The EU-funded CommONEnergy project will turn highly energy consuming shopping centres into temples of energy conservation.
EFFESUS is a research project investigating the energy efficiency of European historic urban districts and developing technologies and systems for its improvement.
BRICKER aims to develop a scalable, replicable, high energy efficient, zero emissions and cost effective system to refurbish existing public-owned non-residential buildings to achieve at least 50% energy consumption reduction.
This project aims to reduce its environmental impact using an innovative decision-making process based on LCA/LCC.
Bohealth Project is co-funded by the European Community under the LIFE financial instrument with the Grant Agreement number LIFE2012 ENV/ES/000124.
RIBuild makes historic buildings more energy efficient.
RIBuild is a EU research project that develops guidelines on how to install internal thermal insulation in historic buildings while maintaining their architectural and cultural heritage.
The purpose is to reduce energy consumption in historic buildings in order to meet the EU 2020 climate and energy targets.
RIBuild stands for Robust Internal Thermal Insulation of Historic Buildings.