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On the way to demonstrating the benefits of bio-based materials for the construction sector
ISOBIO aims to develop new bio-based insulation panels and renders, and to scale them for mainstream adoption by the building and construction industry. The focus is now on the challenging demonstration phase.
Programme: H2020-EU.3.3.
Record Number: 139775
Last updated on: 2017-03-23
Projekty efektywności energetycznej w sektorze budowlanym stawiają czoła kryzysowi gospodarczemu
Konferencja Projektów CONCERTO na temat zastosowania energii odnawialnej oraz efektywności energetycznej w sektorze budowlanym w Brukseli pokazała, jak w czasach kryzysu gospodarczego można inaczej poprowadzić projekty, aby zakończyły się sukcesem.
Programme: H2020-EU.3.3.
Record Number: 132658
Last updated on: 2012-10-26
COP 21 wave - Towards a new era in the green construction sector
The impacts of the Paris Agreement on green business environment: The role of the private and public sectors, the effects in terms of legislative & legal frameworks and possible benefits for novel construction materials
Programme: H2020-EU.3.3.
Record Number: 130715
Last updated on: 2016-02-09
Beyond research, towards the market
ISOBIO is emerging from the research phase and taking its first steps towards its target market. Bringing innovation and research outcomes to the attention of experts and stakeholders is essential to tackling some of the possible challenges in the industrialisation phase.
Programme: H2020-EU.3.3.
Record Number: 135995
Last updated on: 2016-10-26
Homes storing CO2, just like trees
Houses built with bio-based materials, such as timber, straw and hemp, act as CO2 banks. Experts explain how citizens can become custodians of atmospheric carbon dioxide and thus help reduce air pollution
Programme: H2020-EU.3.3.
Record Number: 136615
Last updated on: 2016-11-25
List retrieved on: 2017-04-28
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