AirEx AirEx - Smart Ventilation ControlNational project
AirEx developed the first affordable smart air brick solution for the retrofit housing market. The product is an IoT-enabled smart ventilation control system that replaces conventional airbricks in pre-1950s dwellings. It monitors relevant environmental parameters like temperature and humidity and subsequently opens or closes air-vents to optimise ventilation. Using cloud-based IoT algorithms, AirEx minimises cold airflow whilst ensuring sufficient air exchange to prevent moisture build-up, timber rot or poor indoor air quality.
Warming Homes with KnowledgeNational project
The Znanjem do toplog doma (Warming homes with knowledge) project aimed to develop capacities for Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) in Sisak-Moslavina County for energy advising and to establish cooperation between CSOs and local authorities to tackle energy poverty.
Technical study of energy poverty in the city of MadridNational project
A technical study on Energy Poverty in the city of Madrid, which disclosed 23% of households at risk of energy poverty and pointed out households headed by women among most disadvantaged groups.
Social project AliséeNational project
The Alisée project aims to support initiatives to reduce energy vulnerability and inequalities through sustainable reponses coordinated with all actors involved to problems encountered by working on the building, equipment, users and occupants, and by working with the various social and technical partners in the territories. Networking aims to equip professionals and volunteers with tools and methods to support households in energy poverty. It relies on raising the awareness of partners on energy and water saving, on training, on individual or collective support for inhabitants, on networking actors to set up a monitoring and data sharing system.
Plateforme de lutte contre la précarité énergétiqueNational project
Implementation of One-stop shop to tackle energy poverty in the Grenoble metropolitan area. It aims to reduce consumption, find solutions to pay bills, increase income thanks to an identification by one of the partners, diagnosis, action plan examined by a multidisciplinary committee with adapted solutions.
From Huts to HomesNational project
The association provides homeless families with the opportunity to move from self-built shacks to city-rented housing. The homeless families will move into previously derelict properties, which will be renovated by volunteers and the future tenants. On average, ten people will work per day on the renovation projects, with more over the weekends. The renovation process should take approximately 10 days.
Energy KeeperEuropean project
EnergyKeeper aimed to design, develop and test a novel, scalable, sustainable and cost competitive flow battery based on organic redox active materials. This battery helped remote communities, along with the implementation of RES equipments, to have a more stable and cheaper access to electricity. The partners advanced the technology of metal-free, organic RFB from laboratory to prototype scale.
Energie solidaire (les Amis d'Enercoop)National project
Energie solidaire is a fundraising solution to support actions mitigating energy poverty based on micro-donations deducted from consumers' bills and donations of energy by producers in self-consumption, sale of surpluses paid back to the project aiming at supporting actions of consumption audit, support to renovation and to find adequate grants.
Chance for BuildingsNational project
Chance for Buildings is an alliance by leading trade associations that supports energy efficient and environmentally sustainable construction and renovation of buildings. It brings together various Czech actors and represents over 300 companies across the entire value chain of building construction and renovation. Chance for Buildings aspires to reap the crucial societal benefits of energy efficient and quality buildings
Energy Performance ContractsNational project
In precarious neighbourhoods of Mantes-la-Jolie (FR), privately co-owned properties tend to be excessively rundown. As a result, EPAMSA– a public development agency responsible for urban development and renovations in the Grand Paris region – successfully implemented Energy Performance Contracts to improve the energy efficiency of the buildings by specifically targeting private, precarious co-owned properties.