The European portal for energy efficiency and renewable energy in buildings
Links represent a compilation of the most relevant European projects, institutions and organisations in the area of energy efficiency in buildings. They are carefully selected by the BUILD UP Editorial Board and may also be suggested by external contributors.
The EU-funded E-DYCE project is developing a methodology for dynamic Energy performance certification (EPC) intended to replace or be used in conjunction with the current static or steady-state methodology
The EU-funded HAPPENING project is developing a solution based on decentralised heat pumps that are easy to install, low-intrusive for the building's occupants and easily adaptable to a large number of different building situations.
The EU-funded NEUTRALPATH project will demonstrate the benefits of PCEDs, particularly those based on human-centred and co-creation principles as a feasible and cost-effective way to achieve emissions reduction by 2030.
Tyndall National Institute is a leading European research centre in integrated ICT (Information and Communications Technology) hardware and systems. Specialising in both electronics and photonics – materials, devices, circuits and systems and energy systems research.