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Articles consists of development analysis addressing both policy and technical issues on a wide range of topics relevant to energy efficiency and renewable energy in buildings. The BUILD UP Editorial Board coordinates the process of production of the articles, ensuring the involvement of its own community of experts as well as renowned experts in the field.

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Workshop in Trento explores one-stop-shops for sustainable integrated renovation
The Green Deal ARV project aims to demonstrate and validate attractive, resilient, and affordable solutions that significantly speed-up deep energy renovations in four different climatic zones in Europe and deployment of energy and climate measures in the construction and energy industries.
01/07/2024
Swapna SAHA
Technical Article - ARISE Article series 'The Currency of Skills' # 8: Skills Fit – Energy Optimisation
Energy optimisation is a crucial aspect of modern society. As the world grapples with the challenges of climate change and the need for sustainable development, it has become increasingly important to find ways to minimise energy consumption while maximising efficiency. The key to achieving this lies in expertise. In this article, Dijana Likar and Paul McCormack explore the significance of expertise in energy optimisation and discuss how it can be harnessed to achieve optimal results.
01/07/2024
Swapna SAHA
Renovation strategy tool to achieve net zero neighbourhood
The renovation wave requires an integrated, participatory, and neighbourhood-specific approach that is customised to the local environment. A digital tool called RESTO (Renovation Strategy Tool) has been developed to help local municipalities automate calculations for comprehensive renovation strategies, by utilising public databases at the neighbourhood level.
21/06/2024
Editorial Team
Competitiveness of Integrated Photovoltaics: a case study on residential IPV applications
Integrated photovoltaics has emerged as key to reducing net greenhouse gas emissions across different sectors, such as building, transport, and agriculture. This article reviews the competitiveness of Building-Integrated Photovoltaics (BIPV) and Infrastructure-Integrated Photovoltaics (IIPV) in residential applications.
21/06/2024
Editorial Team