Fifth BUILDHEAT NEWSLETTER – February 2019 – Goodbye!

1 Feb 2020

Welcome to the fifth and final edition of BuildHeat Newsletter!

BuildHeat project is about to end after developing reliable, energy-efficient and affordable retrofit solutions for multifamily houses. In this last period, we have achieved several technical results relating to the integration of the heating and cooling solutions that we have developed, and we have also focused on the dissemination of our results.

In particular, we have organized conferences, workshops, and webinars. By the way, the last webinar will be on February 21st, with the participation of 4RinEU and UIPIregister here so you don’t miss out!

We have also worked on an Educational Kit to present our technical solutions. We think it will be interesting and useful for many of you: you can download it here.

Beyond the results of the solutions, BuildHeat partners worked on supporting activities related to both local citizens’ engagement as well as defining the financial mechanisms fostering synergies among single customers, private entities (banks and investment funds) and public institutions (that provide funding opportunities).

It remains for us to thank the multi-skilled BuildHeat team for keeping on track and delivering on the objectives we set out a few years ago. It has been a pleasure to work with such a diverse and committed teamAnd a big thank you to all those involved, for making this happen.

Efficiently yours,
Roberto Fedrizzi
EURAC Research – BuildHeat Project coordinator

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