BuildHeat Workshop and Webinar

In collaboration with other EU-funded like-minded H2020 projects, BuildHeat will tackle all angles related to building retrofitting and financing in a dedicated workshop organised in Brussels and webinar.

The aim of the workshop is to present the BuildHeat approach as well as fostering knowledge sharing and best practices exchanges covering both technical innovations and energy efficiency technologies as well as supporting measures for the retrofitting of residential buildings. Beyond plenary sessions, the workshop will foresee round table discussions about financing the renovations.

The heart of the webinar will be centered around the dissemination of the innovative energy efficiency measures developed by BuildHeat and fellow projects but also about financing mechanisms ensuring future market uptake of the solutions.

Stay tuned, the agenda of the workshop and webinar will come shortly!

In the Spotlight: University of Salford

20 Feb 2017 - Please, introduce yourself and explain why you decided to be part of the BuildHeat project.Hello, I’m Dr Tara Hughes and I am a researcher at the University of Salford, UK. We research all aspects of energy and buildings and we are responsible for managing and evaluating the human factors of the BuildHeat project.You are an expert of retrofitting buildings: what are the most important aspects to consider when working to retrofit of a residential building?Our previous ... read more
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