The StepUP project celebrates a consortium meeting in Budapest and visits BP18 pilot
StepUP partners from ABUD have hosted the project’s General Assembly on March 21-22 in Budapest, Hungary.
Representatives from each partner entity have joined the meeting to review the project tasks and actions done during the last 6 months of the project execution and discuss the next steps and activities for the development of a new deep energy renovation processes and methodologies to improve the energy performance and renovation of buildings.
The meeting also included a dissemination workshop to discuss about the upcoming dissemination activities, and an interactive working session to jointly define the value proposition of five key StepUP exploitation results.
During the second day of the meeting, StepUP partners have visited the Zöld Liget Kindergarten facilities located in the 18th District of Budapest, one of the pilots of the project where the performance of the Plug & Play façade envelope is being demonstrated. The StepUP Plug&Play Envelope System consists of a pre-assembled enveloped panel integrating windows and provisions for the technical systems for the active system, as well as complementary features for the passive system.
Additionally, partners could learn about HeatVentors solution, a thermal energy storage system balancing the efficiency of the cooling/healing system.
About the project
Coordinated by IES, StepUP project is developing affordable solutions and technologies aimed at transforming the energy renovation market and making the decarbonisation of existing buildings a reliable, attractive and sustainable investment.
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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