|Innovative Buildings for Low-Energy Cities. Renaissance final publication|
|Lunes, 11 de Junio de 2012 17:49|
Innovative Buildings for Low-Energy Cities
High Quality Construction Process and Stakeholder Appropriation + 19 Cases Studies illustrating the main lessons learnt and recommendations of the RENAISSANCE project. This is the project final publication, where you'll find our work description and our lessons learnt.
RENAISSANCE project produced hard data and new knowledge regarding public attitudes to new energy futures, planning policy development, building design, monitoring energy systems, commercial energy services structures and local fuel supply chains.
Main lessons learnt and recommendations to policy makers and practitioners are consolidated in the present document in the form of case studies. In total, 19 organisations participated in this project, involving a large range of diverse stakeholders, from local authorities to technical and socio-economical experts, non-profit organisations, universities, energy services companies and real-estate developers.
RENAISSANCE project demonstrated that practical solutions to local energy needs, applied in highly innovative ways, have a large and immediate potential for replication across the rest of Europe, paving the way towards Post-Carbon Cities.
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