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Sustainable smart eco-buildings in the EU

Sustainable smart eco-buildings in the EU

Objective

Smart-Eco creates a community for eco-buildings by bringing together experienced organizations that span the full range of stakeholder views. These include universities, R&D organizations, companies that supply and use innovative technologies, consultants, users and governmental driver bodies. Smart-Eco uses this community to focus on the global issues of sustainable building so that added value can be created for the evaluation of current and future RTD activities. Activities and policies are mapped to ensure even coverage and gaps identified for focussing future efforts. Aspects of sustainable development, life performance, ambient intelligence, and relevant stakeholder concerns are brought to the discussion of innovative technologies and their introduction into the built sector.

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Coordinator

CENTRE FOR BUILT ENVIRONMENT, UNIVERSITY OF GÄVLE

Address

S SjÖTullsgatan 3
GÄVle

Sweden

Participants (11)

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CENTRE SCIENTIFIQUE ET TECHNIQUE DU BATIMENT

France

ENDOENERGY SYSTEMS LIMITED

United Kingdom

HYWEL DAVIES CONSULTANCY

United Kingdom

INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL FOR RESEARCH AND INNOVATION IN BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION

Netherlands

MACE LTD

United Kingdom

NETHERLANDS ORGANISATION FOR APPLIED SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH (TNO)

Netherlands

NORGES BYGGFORSKNINGSINSTITUTT (NORWEGIAN BUILDING RESEARCH INSTITUTE)

Norway

POLITECNICO DI MILANO

Italy

SERVITEC S.R.L. - SERVIZI PER L'INNOVAZIONE TECNOLOGICA

Italy

TALLINN UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY

Estonia

UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES, FH SUEDWESTFALEN, ABTEILUNG SOEST

Germany

Project information

Grant agreement ID: 38699

  • Start date

    15 October 2007

  • End date

    14 April 2010

Funded under:

FP6-SUSTDEV

  • Overall budget:

    € 500 146

  • EU contribution

    € 500 146

Coordinated by:

CENTRE FOR BUILT ENVIRONMENT, UNIVERSITY OF GÄVLE

Sweden