FROM RESEARCH TO MARKET – INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES AND ICT SOLUTIONS FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY
The RESSEEPE project, in co-operation with other 7 European funded projects and the ECTP, are pleased to invite you to the workshop “From research to market – innovative technologies and ICT solutions for energy efficiency” that will be held in BAU exhibition, Munich, Germany on 19 January 2017.
The workshop is addressed to
- stakeholders engaged in building energy industry (designers, installers, constructors, researchers, public authorities, end-users): the speakers will present innovative construction solutions & elements as well as ICT solutions for planning and monitoring developed through EC funding
- partners of EU funded projects: panelists will discuss market launch and market uptake issues
Participating EU FP7/H2020 projects: RESSEEPE, FASUDIR, HOMESKIN, WALL-ACE, ADAPTIWALL, GELCLAD, ECO-BINDER, QUANTUM
We also invite you to visit the joint stall of the projects, which is located in Halle B0, Stand 212.
On the 28th of October 2014, the first RESSEEPE workshop was organized in Barcelona, Spain as part of the World Sustainable Building Conference 2014 (http://www.wsb14barcelona.org).
The three-day-conference aimed to encourage the uptake of adequate answers to the challenges, social and environmental, which the building sector faces.
The main goal of the workshop was to present the RESSEEPE technologies and demo sites to external stakeholders coming from different professional backgrounds. The workshop started with an overview of the RESSEEPE project, presented by the Scientific Coordinator, Fernando Centeno (Exergy).
Following the presentation of introductory information, Roman Eduardo (Tecnalia) represented the RESSEEPE technologies, including solar thermal collectors, EC/PV windows, super-insulating mortar, vacuum insulation panels, phase changing materials and energy storage strategies etc. A few researchers who were attending the workshop showed their particular interest in solar thermal collectors and EC/PV window technologies.
After answering the questions raised by the audience, Patrica Perez (OHL) discussed the potential refurbishment solutions that could be implemented in RESSEEPE demo sites. Nikos Sakkas (Apintech) also had an opportunity to discuss about the monitoring strategies and technologies that have been being developed as part of RESSEEPE. The final speaker, Valeria Ferrando (IES) closed the workshop by talking about dynamic simulation tools and methodologies addressed in RESSEEPE.
The first RESSEEPE exploitation workshop will be held at Tecnalia premisses in Derio, close to Bilbao, Spain, on January 17, 2014, 9am-5pm. We would like to invite all stakeholders interested in the project results to join us for discussion of the expected outcomes, progress, forthcoming demonstration activities and definition of products and services as unique selling propositions from our collaborative project.