Reduction of 75% energy demand through innovative technology packages (standard renovations reach up to 40%)
Focus on social housing (12% of the EU building stock); large portfolios of similar buildings with single owner generate economies of scale
Tailored solutions thanks to advanced analytical tools and a state-of-the-art technologies database
Large-scale investments and long-term portfolio planning attract better financing terms
The DREEAM project focuses on finding cost-optimal balances between energy efficiency and renewable energy technologies for multi-building renovations in social housing organisations. The project has four main lines for implementation:
Building tools to deliver multi-dimensional customised packages
Connecting renewables and storage through SEMS
Demonstrating the approach in real-life situation on 3 locations
Offering 15 cities and housing corporations support in planning
DREEAM supports 15 cities or housing corporations to prepare a multi-building energy renovation study or a building stock investment strategy
For building owners, engineers and contractors, DREEAM organises training on technical and cost-benefit analysis of larger scale renovations
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The German housing company Berliner Bau- und Wohnungsgenossenschaft von 1892 eG is one of the DREEAMh2020 project consortium partners. Nette...
The DREEAM project was featured in the Spring 2019 edition of the EU Research magazine. Project partner, Bax & Company’s Rolf Bast...