The new energy paradigm for urban regeneration

5 Nov 2015

“The real estate sector is going through a moment of crisis: public investment blocked, financial difficulties, disruption of local authorities, difficult access to credit for individuals and businesses, oppressive taxation, population aging, obsolescence and poor energy efficiency of the existing housing stock.

This leads to a great opportunity to design new business models, able to free up resources that can enable the cities regeneration.”

Our partner Siti was interviewed about the project BuildHeat: read here the rest of the interview.

Challenging energy renovation of buildings

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 option worthwhile and cheaperEnergy consumption in the construction sector is a key issue in the fight against climate change. It is often approached when planning new buildings, but there is little tendency to renovate the existing stock.“According to the 2012/27/UE Directive on energy ... read more
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