Improving energy efficiency policies in public buildings and housing through networking and joint experimentation

ENERPAT’s challenge is to find energy-efficient solutions for the renovation of old buildings that preserve heritage, improve the comfort and health of inhabitants and form part of the development of a circular economy. With the aim of finding solutions transferable to all urban scales in Southwest Europe, ENERPAT will carry out its research through pilot building renovations in three cities in the area: a metropolis like Porto (Portugal), a medium-sized city like Vitoria (Spain) and a small city like Cahors (France).