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Inspiring apartment visits organised for students in Bolzano
On 9 May, the Institute for Renewable Energy EURAC Research invited a group of 30 students from the Technical Secondary School of Colburg in Germany, to visit the apartments refurbished in the city in the framework of the Sinfonia project.
Behaviour change: how to increase the impact of energy efficient renovation projects?
On 5 December 2018, the Sinfonia Smart Cities Initiative was presented by partners from EURAC Research in an online discussion focussed on challenges related to behaviour change.
Sinfonia model showcased at Cities for Excellence conference
The example of the Sinfonia Smart City Initiative was presented by EURAC at the Cities for Excellence conference on 11 October in Brussels.
How to deal with prefabricated wooden structures? What are the technologies used, their manufacturing and what are the advantages?
Many companies of the construction sector attended the working table on the 14 September 2018 dedicated to the experiences of #risanamento with prefabricated #facade
Maximising the outcomes of social housing retrofitting strategies, the case study of Bolzano
In Bolzano, experts from EURAC Research have studied tenant’s energy behaviours in the social housing buildings that are currently being renovated in the framework of the project.
SINFONIA shares its experiences in Athens
SINFONIA to take part in 1st Transnational seminar of EMPOWERING project on 4th of April 2017 and share its experiences of district scale energy refurbishment projects.
EURAC highlights the potential of Smart Cities projects in the fight against climate change
SINFONIA project partner EURAC has noted a decrease of European investment in urban innovation, within a newly published study dedicated to the screening of European funding available for Smart Cities projects.
First deliverable published!
Deliverable 2.1 "SWOT analysis report of the refined concept/baseline" is the first deliverable published by SINFONIA
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Programme for research,
technological development and demonstration under grant agreement No 609019.