Since 2020, uvalgt sensors from greenteg have been used in the international research project for facade technologies at Eurac Research in Bolzano. Watch this space for plenty more updates about this five-year EU project with 25 partners.
Climate change mitigation is also an urgent issue in the building industry. Solutions for increasing energy efficiency, combined with the use of renewable energies, are highly sought after. The European Union has responded to this development, tightening the energy legislation for nearly zero-energy buildings (NZEB) in the new EU Directive 2010/31.
To drive developments forward, the EU launched the MEZeroE project as part of the 2020 research and innovation funding program, with the aim of providing companies with comprehensive knowledge management and tailored training.
MEZeroE and its partners are researching new solutions in the building industry and providing turnkey services for modeling, testing and monitoring modern building envelopes for low-energy buildings.
In this project, researchers and project partners meet virtually and in-person at the Eurac Research research laboratory on a regular basis to evaluate the progress made thus far in modern facade technology. The interdisciplinary project evaluates products and systems that will contribute to the next generation of healthy and efficient buildings.
greenteg’s uvalgt wireless kit heat flux sensors are part of the MEZeroE project, and are being used for researching the further development of cutting-edge building envelope technologies.
The uvalgt wireless kit is a system for measuring the U-value of building envelopes, building components and building fabric.