Without the input and efforts of residents, we can not fight climate change and will not make the transition to living without a gass connection, which is a major issue in the Netherlands at the moment.
This report summarizes all solutions collected through the EU project Affordable Zero Energy Buildings (AZEB) so far, until april 2018. They are the building blocks for the methodology to be developed within the project.
The Component Award of the Passive House Insitute rewards and showcases well designed components that can make a true difference in the market of energy efficient building. This year the competition was co-financed through AZEB.
After finishing the first phase of reviewing and analysing previous experiences and literature, on 15 and 16 March 2018 the AZEB partners got together for a partner meeting in Darmstadt, hosted by the Passive House Institute.
AZEB collects, develops and integrates existing solutions for cost effective NZEB’s The recently started EU project AZEB aims to achieve significant construction and lifecycle cost reductions of new nearly zero energy buildings
In a summer atmosphere 19 representatives of 8 organizations in 6 countries met end June in Eindhoven in The Netherlands for a 2-day partner meeting. It was the first meeting of this 30-month project and the first time for many of them to finally meet each other in person.