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BRICKER aims to develop a scalable, replicable, high energy efficient, zero emissions and cost effective system to refurbish existing public-owned non-residential buildings to achieve at least 50% energy consumption reduction.
The Belgian demo site is an engineering college located in Liège acommodating some 1,200 students. The aging building is owned by Province of Liège and has a good replication potential for other public buildings. Furthermore, the college students are able to fully appreciated how state-of-the-art technologies in that they now a live showcase on their doorstep.
For the Spanish demonstration building, the BRICKER energy concept will exclusively deal with the installation of active technologies since the envelop configuration is already adequate.
The Turkish demo site is a university hospital located in Aydin. It has three blocks, one of which has been the demonstrator under the BRICKER project. It covers an area of 19,467 square meters. The building was inefficient due to lack of insulation in the envelop walls and roof.
PCMs are materials that can adsorb and store thermal energy while its structural phase changes.
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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement No 609071
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