European Union

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 608808

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Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology Cluster for Energy Efficiency in Buildings

ADAPTIWALL is one of the projects of the AMANAC cluster (Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology Cluster for Energy Efficiency in Buildings). The cluster is formed at present to increase the impact of the EC's EeB (Energy efficient Building) initiative. The main objective of the Cluster is to join efforts in order to find synergies and fields of cooperation that will allow the projects to be more competitive. At the present moment efforts concerning common demonstration, standardization and dissemination activities are in progress.

AMANAC: website

The 27 projects currently participating in the cluster have been grouped in six Thematic Areas: Nano-insulation, HVAC, Lightweight Construction, Embodied Energy, Smart Windows, Indoor Air

ADAPTIWALL is part of the Lightweight Construction Area. Other projects in this Area are:

ELISSA: website

SESBE: website

FOAMBUILD: website

MF RETROFIT: website




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 COST Adaptive Facades Network TU1403


COST action TU1403: Adaptive Facades Network

The main objective of COST Action (European Cooperation in Science and Technology) TU1403 is to harmonise, share and disseminate technological knowledge on adaptive facades at a European level. This shall lead to increased knowledge sharing between European research centres and between these centres and industry, the development of novel concepts, technologies and new combinations of existing technologies for adaptive facades, as well as the development of new knowledge such as effective evaluation tools / design methods for adaptive facades.

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E2VENT main goal is the development of an Energy Efficient Ventilated Facades for Optimal Adaptability and Heat Exchange enabling low energy architectural concepts for the refurbishment of existing buildings.

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Eco-Shopping Project

Energy efficient & Cost competitive retrofitting solutions for Shopping buildings


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