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Towards zero energy buildings in Europe: LowUP Final Conference

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LowUP is a European Union project aiming at developing and demonstrating cutting-edge solutions for net-zero energy buildings.


About this Event After 4 years of intense efforts of research, development, and innovation, LowUP partners are happy to invite you to the project final conference! REGISTER The LowUP project Buildings account for about 40% of total energy use and 36% of greenhouse emissions in the European Union.


They are the single largest energy consumer in Europe. Almost 75% of the building stock in the European Union is today energy inefficient.


To deal with this challenge, the European Energy Performance of Buildings Directive requires all new buildings from 2021 (public buildings from 2019) to be nearly zero-energy buildings (NZEB). NZEB are buildings that have a very (...)


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