Attractive, Acceptable and Affordable deep Renovation by a consumers orientated and performance evidence based approach (TripleA-reno)
TripleA-reno is an international project co-funded by the by the European Union under the H2020 Programme (H2020-EE-2017-CSA-PPI, Overcoming market barriers and promoting deep renovation of buildings).
TripleA-reno focuses on the following market barriers for deep renovation:
- The renovation market is top-down and supply-driven, with a mismatch between the offered products and packages and the end-users’ requirements.
- There is no view on the total performances in practice (energy, indoor environmental quality, health and well-being), as well as a solid quality control of the renovation process.
- After the renovation process there is a lack of data on the real building performance in practice, on energy, IEQ and health.
Purpose of the project
The overall aim is to make acceptation and decision making on deep and nZE renovation attractive for consumers and end-users. This by clear, unambiguous and meaningful information and communication on real, proven performances on energy, Indoor Environmental Quality and personal health in practice, strengthened by consumer centred business models. TripleA-reno will achieve this aim by developing an open end-users centred gamified platform for validation and community building.
- To foster new consumer and end-user centred business models, using evidence based performances that facilitate decision-making.
- Improving performances of deep renovation by enhanced quality control, supported by targeted CPD and training.
- Providing consumers and end-users of deep renovation projects with attractive, understandable and personalized information of realised real performance.
- To demonstrate the benefits and evidence based solutions in live demonstration cases.
- To roll out the results on a wider European scale by the in Triple A-Reno involved European interest groups and umbrella associations.
- Huygen Installatie Adviseurs (NL-coordinator)
- Housing Europe (BE / EU)
- Architects’ Council Europe (BE / EU)
- Federation of European Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Associations (NL / EU)
- International Union of Property Owners (BE / EU)
- ICLEI Local Governments for Sustainability (DE / EU)
- University of Bologna (IT)
- Institute for Innovation and Development of University of Ljubljana (SI)
- ISSO (NL)
- Valencia Institute of Building (ES)
- BraMO (IT)
- Comfort Consulting (HU)
- Entity of Infrastructures of the Generalitat Valenciana (ES)
- BJW wonen (NL)
- FEDERCASA (IT)
- 1. 5. 2018 – 30. 4. 2021 (36 months)
Total eligible costs:
- 1.999.968,00 €
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Featured image photo: Kateřina Kaprová.