Make decarbonisation of existing buildings a reliable, attractive investment
Solutions and technologies for the uptake of deep energy renovation processes
What is StepUP?
Deep renovation is a key action to drastically reduce energy demand and achieve the EU vision of a decarbonised building stock by 2050. However, only 1% of European buildings are being renovated yearly and shallow retrofits persist with low impact on energy consumption.
The StepUP project is developing new technologies and solutions to make building renovation more attractive and affordable.
To achieve this, StepUP uses continuous feedback loops and promotes an iterative deep energy renovation approach, based on data insights, which minimises performance gaps, reduces investment risks, minimises disruption and positively impacts on energy costs, Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) and comfort.
Make renovation more attractive and reliable
New methodology based on near-real time data intelligence
Reduce the performance gap
<10% by developing an integrated life-cycle software platform
Minimise time on site
Cut 40% of current renovation onsite work by creating market-ready modular renovation technologies
Optimise renovation investments
Innovative financial models
Accelerate the renovation market
Interoperability protocol for renovation solutions
Cost-effective deep energy renovation technologies
Public non-residential building
Multi-family residential dwelling
Rental private-office building
News & Events
StepUP consortium meets in Budapest to visit pilot
StepUP consortium meets in Budapest to visit pilot Read More »
Partners from ACR organise a design thinking workshop with students from the Higher Technical School of Building of Madrid
Partners from ACR organise a design thinking workshop with students from the Higher Technical School of Building of Madrid Read More »
StepUP project presented during a workshop on new trends in deep energy renovation in Spain
StepUP project presented during a workshop on new trends in deep energy renovation in Spain Read More »
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement no. 847053.
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