The Project

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.

Latest News

In the spotlight: MIG

13 May 2016 - Please, introduce yourself, your technology and explain why you decided to be part of the BuildHeat project.My name is Wolfgang Bonder, from company MIG in Germany. MIG stands for ... read more

In the spotlight: Zaragoza Vivienda

13 May 2016 - Please, introduce yourself, the demo case and explain why you decided to be part of the BuildHeat project.I’m PalomaBozman Lopez. I work in the Municipal Company of Housing in Zaragoza ... read more

Solar storage tiles and paint: how to make old homes more energy efficient (in Australia)

29 Mar 2016 - Did you know more people die from the cold in Australia than they do in Sweden? According to a study published in The Lancet medical journal in 2015, around 6% of deaths in Australia are ... read more

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15-18 June 2016 Piran, Slovenia

SDWES 2016

The main challenge for South East Europe (SEE) economies is to commit to, and sustain the implementation of, long-term reforms aimed at increasing competitiveness and promoting sustainable, ... 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.

Roma, Italy

Zaragoza, Spain

Salford, UK