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ENERPAT

Co-creation of Energetically efficient territorial solutions of Patrimonial Residential habitat Ecorenovation in SUDOE historical centres

Axis 3: Low-carbon economy
OBJECTIVE 4C1 :
Improving energy efficiency policies and the use of renewable energy sources in public buildings and housing through the implementation of networks and joint experimentation
STATE: Terminado
CODE: SOE1/P3/F0362
TOTAL ELIGIBLE COST (€)
1.887.563,70
AID FEDER (€)
1.415.672,78
Marion Claustre

PROJECT MANAGER

SECTORS: Improving energy efficiency
ANNOUNCEMENT: Primera
DURATION:
1 July, 2016
31 December, 2019
RESULTS: 0000-00-00
PRIMARY BENEFICIARY:
Communauté d'Agglomération du Grand Cahors (FR)
OTHER BENEFICIARIES:

2. Sociedad Urbanística Municipal de Vitoria - Gasteizko Udal Hirigintza Elkartea Ensanche 21 Zabalgune ES
3. Fundación Tecnalia Research &amp Innovation ES
4. Institut National des Sciences Appliquées de Toulouse FR
5. Association nationale des Villes et Pays d'art et d'histoire &amp des Villes à secteurs sauvegardés et protégés FR

6. Municipio do Porto PT

ENERPAT sets itself the challenge of finding energetically efficient solutions for the renovation of old buildings so as to allow the preservation of heritage, the improvement of the comfort and the health of their inhabitants, and the introduction of these constructions into the circular economy cycle. With the aim of finding solutions transferable to all urban scales of south-west Europe, ENERPAT will carry out its research by means of the eco-renovation of pilot buildings in three spatial settlements: a metropolis such as Oporto (Portugal), a large town such as Vitoria (Spain), and a small town such as Cahors (France).

Ongoing