Renew School
School renovation

Quickly and environmentally friendly renovation of school buildings in Europe with wood

Prefabricated wooden elements and renewable energy systems for school renovations

RENEW SCHOOL project aims at retrofitting a large number of school buildings to Nearly Zero Energy Building (nZEB) standard. The Project assignment is to motivate and to give municipalities, school owners, companies as well as end-users appropriate tools and solutions for renovating existing school buildings to nZEB standard.
The project will promote and increase high-energy performance and prefabricated timber-based renovation of school buildings in Europe.

Our mission is to significantly downsize the energy use in schools significantly. At the same time, to create and secure comfortable and healthy conditions for the pupils and teachers. All this through the implementation of technologies that save energy, reduce CO2-emissions and improve the indoor air quality. By using prefabricated timber elements as the core of the renovation process, the building quality will greatly increase, while construction costs and time will be reduced.

  1. PREFABRICATION
  2. TRANSPORT
  3. ASSEMBLY
Key data

Project aim
Prefabricated wooden elements and renewable energy systems for school renovations

Projectconsortium
Twelve partners from nine countries in Central Europe

Projectduration: 2014 – 2017

Link: http://www.renew-school.eu/en/home/

Disclaimer:
The sole responsibility for the content of this [website, publication etc.] lies with the authors. It does not necessarily reflect the opinion of the European Union. Neither EASME nor the European Commission are responsible for the use made of the information contained therein.

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