During the project meeting in Tartu, partners had the possibility of visiting the demo building in Vöru, Estonia. The Rannaliiva building was built in the 80ies and host 16 dwellings in 2 floors, for an overall size living area of 1307 m2 (net area).
The next project meting will take place in Tartu, Estonia to see one of the real demonstration buildings, which will be renovated with the RenoZEB technologies.
During the kick-off meeting the 19 project partners with interdisciplinary profiles and experiences reiterated their commitment to work together on achieving RenoZEB’s objectives for the duration of the project, i.e. 42 months.
On 1 October 2017, RenoZEB, a new EU funded project under Horizon 2020, started. RenoZEB aims to unlock the nearly-zero energy building (nZEB) renovation market by increasing property value through a new systemic approach to retrofitting.