The H2020 project 4RinEU (Robust and Reliable technology concepts and business models for triggering deep Renovation of Residential buildings in EU) has finalised its first demo case in Norway, renovated with a wooden prefabricated multi-functional façade integrating photovoltaic panels, designed and optimised with the tool Early Reno, developed by eurac research that coordinates the project. The building is a small multi-family house in the city of Oslo, belonging to the portfolio of Boligbygg, the largest social housing agency in Norway.
Post date: 12 Apr 2019
"Our Planet, our Cities, our Homes"
The International Social Housing Festival is traveling to Lyon in summer 2019
Post date: 29 Mar 2019
ATC Turin (ATC) is a public agency providing social housing in the Italian province of Turin. It has been improving the environmental and energy performance of its properties since 1996.
Post date: 19 Mar 2019
Location: Pfuhler Str. 4+6 / Pfuhler Str. 12+14 Neu-Ulm, Bavaria, Germany
Building Owner: NUWOG Neu-Ulm Housing Company
Architects: Werner Sobek, Stuttgart / o5 Architects bda, raab hafke lang, Frankfurt Main
HVAC planer: Werner Sobek Green Technology, Stuttgart / EGS-Plan, Engenierung company for energy- building- and solar technology mbH, Stuttgart
Post date: 1 Mar 2019
Belgium must reach the climate goals!
Belgian energy use is 70% above European average – You can already tell that improvement is not only possible, it is vital. BE REEL! and its partners support these ambitious plans, aspiring a renovation rate increase for which the most appropriate structural measures are developed, test, evaluated, refined and demonstrated.
Post date: 27 Feb 2019
Despite various government policies promoting energy efficiency in buildings over the last 15 years, Cyprus is still associated with a large untapped energy efficiency potential in this sector.
Post date: 27 Feb 2019
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Post date: 25 Feb 2019
The study describes the results of a full LCA applied to 24 statistically-based dwelling archetypes, representative of the EU housing stock in 2010.
Post date: 8 Feb 2019
The split incentives dilemma may be the single most significant challenge to the economisation of energy efficiency projects worldwide. The Triple Win approach can be a solution.
The split incentive dilemma is a problem that when a building owner invests in energy savings, the benefits are not enjoyed by the owner but the user, which results in a severe modernisation backlog.
Post date: 3 Jan 2019