BuildHeat promotes energy efficiency to create value for urban regeneration
BuildHeat unleashes the potential of the best available technologies to retrofit multifamily houses
BuildHeat favours residential wellbeing through innovative technologies bringing high energy performance, comfort and healthiness
BuildHeat will turn citizens into agents of change in the energy consumption paradigm: from consumer to prosumer
BuildHeat fosters the aggregation of prosumers to create a critical mass interesting for investors
BuildHeat aims to elaborate a set of reliable, energy efficient and affordable retrofit solutions for multifamily houses, which execution is facilitated by industrialised, modular and flexible HVAC, façade and ICT systems made available on the market. Despite the affordability, innovative solutions are more expensive compared to off the shelf ones. BuildHeat aims to leverage private and public investments by aggregating customers into energy efficient communities that are attractive to large investors, thus promoting retrofit actions at quarter level.
26 Mar 2018 - BuildHeat is quickly leaving its research phase by moving towards the validation and the demonstration phase of the solution packages developed for the three project demo sites.This step ... read more
15 Dec 2017 - BuildHeat develops innovative heating and cooling solutions for multifamily houses in Rome, Zaragoza and Salford, helping creating more energy efficient and comfortable places to ... read more
30 Oct 2017 - To make new energy efficient buildings or to renovate the existing stock? That is the question. Experts from the construction sector, gathered in Rome, discussed solutions to make the second ... read more
ICAE 2018 is an event dedicated to provide better understanding of current and future architectural envelopes and their components, focusing on trends, technologies and developments. This ... read more
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The 3 demo sites
To demonstrate the effectiveness of the results, three demo cases have been selected with a large replication potential both in terms of buildings' architectural features, climatic conditions, type of ownership and social-cultural environment.