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IMIP

Innovative Eco-Construction System Based on Interlocking Modular Insulation Wood & Cork-Based Panels

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: En curso
CODE: SOE3/P3/E0963
TOTAL ELIGIBLE COST (€)
1.326.162,88
AID FEDER (€)
994.622,63
Jose Vicente Oliver Villanueva

PROJECT MANAGER

SECTORS: Improving energy efficiency
ANNOUNCEMENT: Tercera
DURATION:
1 May, 2020
30 April, 2023
RESULTS: 2022-09-30
PRIMARY BENEFICIARY:
Universitat Politècnica de Valencia
OTHER BENEFICIARIES:

1. Universitat Politècnica de València Instituto de Ingeniería del Agua y Medio Ambiente Grupo de Ingeniería de Recursos Hídricos (ES)

2. Instituto Nacional de Investigación y Tecnología Agraria y Alimentaria Centro de Investigación FORestal Departamento de Dinámica y Gestión Forestal (ES)

3. Institut Technologique Forêt Cellulose Bois-construction Ameublement (FR)

4. Asociación Clúster de la Construcción Sostenible de Andalucía (ES)

5. Asociación de Investigación Técnica de las Industrias de la Madera (ES)

6. Agencia Andaluza de la Energía (ES)

7. Instituto Valenciano de la Edificación Fundación de la Comunitat Valenciana (ES)

8. Instituto Superior de Agronomia (PT)

9. Pôle de Compétitivité XYLOFUTUR XYLOFUTUR PROD MAT FORETS CULTIVEES (FR)

The main objective of the IMIP project is to design, validate and implement an ecological building system based on natural biological materials to improve energy efficiency in public buildings. One of the main products produced is a BIM plug-in to incorporate the life cycle benefits of the materials used such as carbon stock. This tool will be used mainly by professionals in the building sector and researchers to assess the carbon footprint of buildings. Thus, the project contributes to the mitigation of climate change by increasing the use of wood and cork products in the construction and rehabilitation of public buildings thanks to its high energy efficiency and carbon storage capacity.

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