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The SmartBuilt4EU project has set up four task forces investigating issues related to smart buildings: their objective is to identify the remaining challenges and barriers to smart building deployment, and the associated research and innovation gaps that should be addressed in the near future.   
Post date: 27 Jan 2023
Type: Publication

This new antology edited by three Swedish researchers explores places and buildings of human history and cultural heritage by looking for pathways. Fifteen researchers from countries including India, Israel and the UK and the researchers describe pathways from a range of perspectives divided into three parts: history, storytelling and cultural heritage.  
Post date: 26 Jan 2023
Type: Publication

The SmartBuilt4EU project has set up four task forces investigating issues related to smart buildings: their objective is to identify transversal issues and solutions for smart buildings and enable efficient sharing of good practices between projects and experts. Final SB4EU White Papers: Topic C
Post date: 19 Jan 2023
Type: Link

The SmartBuilt4EU project has set up four task forces investigating issues related to smart buildings: their objective is to identify the remaining challenges and barriers to smart building deployment, and the associated research and innovation gaps that should be addressed in the near future. Task force 1 investigates how the interactions between any smart building and its users can be facilitated and improved, as a key success factor for the market uptake of smart building solutions.  
Post date: 10 Jan 2023
Type: Publication

The aim of the discussion was to:  
Post date: 8 Dec 2022
Type: News

Through a green bond scheme that began in 2017, Östersund has set up a framework for financing sustainable in investments in renewable energy, mobility and energy-efficient housing. Energy efficiency improvements in housing in 2021 have led to 892 MWh/year of energy use avoided.  
Post date: 18 Oct 2022
Type: Publication

The presentations these EU-funded projects took place in two sessions:   Part 1: “Upgrading smartness of existing buildings through innovations for legacy equipment” Part 2: Smart operation and building dynamic optimization This article gives an overview on the projects presented, the innovations and lessons learnt / next steps in the project.  
Post date: 12 Oct 2022
Type: Link

The presentations these EU-funded projects took place in two sessions:  
Post date: 12 Oct 2022
Type: Link

"There is a real risk of circularity becoming a privilege for the rich,” warns Chris Patermann, father of the bioeconomy. In Spain and Italy, two projects are testing new solutions to tear down the barriers hindering the uptake of a sustainable approach and fostering social inclusion in poor areas.  
Post date: 12 Oct 2022
Type: News

QualDeEPC discussed national and EU policy recommendations at the third round of national workshops. In May/June 2022, the consortium partners from Bulgaria, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Latvia, Spain, and Sweden each hosted the third round of national workshops with the National Expert Fora (NEF). The main aim of this round of workshops was to gain feedback from experienced practitioners on the nationally adapted concepts of enhanced EPC schemes.
Post date: 29 Jul 2022
Type: News