The sustainable built-environment should go beyond improving the energy efficiency of buildings and include also a qualitative and human dimension for the wellbeing of its users throughout the whole lifecycle of a building. Also, research currently neglects the impact of the neighbourhood design on the energy performance of buildings and of the neighbourhood as a whole.

SmartLivingEPC project aims to deliver a certificate which will be issued with the use of digitized tools and retrieve the necessary assessment information for the building shell and building systems from BIM literacy, including enriched energy and sustainability related information for the as designed and the actual performance of the building.

The project has been kicked off during a two days meeting (19-20 July 2022) at CERTH premises in Thessaloniki, Greece.

16 partners from 12 European countries will collaborate and provide their expertise and resources within the 36 months of SmartLivingEPC lifetime.










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