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OptEEmAL Project Final Conference

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OptEEmAL Final Conference

OptEEmAL Final Conference


Yet, another successful EeB undertaking, the OptEEmAL project, is coming to an end. Within the project, an Optimised Energy Efficient Design Platform for refurbishment at district level is being developed, able to design energy-efficient retrofitting projects that are based on different energy conservation measures to improve the behaviour of a district. Use the opportunity and learn more about the benefits the OptEEmAL Platform can bring to the design of retrofitting projects at district level at the project’s final conference in Valladolid, Spain.


On February 20th, 2019, the OptEEmAL project partners will present the technological achievements of the project, the challenges they overcame and the outlook of what can further be done to revolutionise the energy retrofitting sector. And of course, there will be enough room for expert discussions and a vivid exchange on energy efficient retrofitting projects!



The residential district of Cuatro de Marzo underwent an integrated retrofitting process that has led to a 54% of reduction in the energy consumption. Integrating passive measures, active solutions, renewable energy sources and control strategies, it is a perfect example of the type of retrofitting projects that OptEEmAL aims at supporting. This was the reason the project partners selected this case as one of the case studies to design and implement the OptEEmAL tool. The attendees will have the possibility to learn first-hand about the actions implemented within this district and their related benefits.


More information and the agenda can be found on the OptEEmAL website:

Registration is open, just click here.



Museo de la Ciencia de Valladolid, Av. de Salamanca, 59, 47014 Valladolid, Spain

CARTIF Technology Centre & Steinbeis-Europa-Zentrum
Contact Name:
Isabell Kraft
Contact Email: Contact Phone:
+(49) 711 123-4026
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