REZBUILD Project will present the results of the initiative’s demonstration buildings on a virtual workshop that will take place the 28th of September as part of the programme of Sustainable Places 2021
The renovation of buildings in the European Union will require innovative solutions in order to align with the European climate neutrality goals. But which are the most innovative renewable energy technologies that are being tested nowadays in the EU zone?
REZBUILD Project, an initiative backed by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 programme, will present some of these solutions in a virtual workshop that is part of the programme of the next edition of the Sustainable Places congress, which will take place in Rome, Italy, between the 28th of September and the 1st of October.
The virtual encounter, scheduled at the 15:30-18:00 timeline of the first day of the European event, will bring together five H2020 projects that are developing modular facade retrofit solutions that integrate on-site renewable energy technologies.
REZBUILD and the rest of the projects will present the results from 13 demonstration buildings around Europe discussing the challenges and lessons learned from the experience. The expected outcome is to share and exchange experiences and receive feedback on the results, as well as to build common ground for future collaborations.
In the case of REZBUILD, the demo sites that will be introduced will be three: a single-family building located in Spain, an apartment block building located in Norway and a terraced house building located in Italy.
RenoZEB, ReCO2ST, Plug-n-Harvest, and Heart projects will be also taking part in the “Innovative Solutions Towards Building Renovations” workshop. All the details about the registration process are available on the website of Sustainable Places 2021.
Started in 2017, REZBUILD project is driven by a consortium led by Officinae Verdi Group (Italy). The project is also integrated by Vias y Construcciones (Spain), MAETRICS (Italy), CARTIF (Spain), ESTIA (France), Comunidad de Madrid (Spain), Saint-Gobain Placo Iberica (Spain), ONYX Solar (Spain), SINTEF (Norway), OBOS (Norway), University of Nottingham (United Kingdom), Rimond (Italy) and ZABALA (Spain).