|Project Name||MATRID - Market transformation towards nearly zero energy buildings through widespread use of integrated energy design|
|Implementation period:||01/06/2012 - 05/01/2015|
Mr Stefan Amann
MaTrID will develop specific procedures and guidelines to apply IED in actual projects. It will also investigate the changes required at procedural and contractual level and provide solutions tailored for each country.
MaTrID aims to support the implementation of Nearly Zero Energy Buildings by 2020. In this context the building design phase is of particular importance. Integrated Energy Design (IED) is a valuable approach to reduce the complexity of the design process and facilitate the interactions between the members of the design team. IED allows them to provide the best solution for the whole building. The greatest benefits of IED can be obtained only if applied in the earliest stages of the project, when changes to the design are still easy to implement. The benefit of EU collaboration is to cross-pollinate best practices among leading European countries (including clients, private industry, public sector, etc.). Knowledge transfer among Europe and various actors is the main benefit of MaTrID.
|Contact in NAPE:||
Jerzy Kwiatkowski, firstname.lastname@example.org