Highlights from the iBRoad2EPC 5th General Assembly Meeting

In the picturesque city of Heidelberg, Germany, the iBRoad2EPC project reached a significant milestone with its 5th General Assembly meeting held on September 27 and 28, 2023. Hosted at the premises of Ifeu, this gathering provided a platform for the project partners to delve into the project’s accomplishments over the past two years and strategically plan for the upcoming operational year.

The meeting was a testament to the commitment of those involved and an opportunity to reflect on the progress made in advancing the project’s goals of enhancing energy performance certificates (EPCs) for buildings. The iBRoad2EPC project aims to revolutionise the way energy efficiency is approached in the built environment, and the General Assembly meeting has played a crucial role in assessing the journey so far.

Representing INZEB were Alice Corovessi, the Managing Director, and Eleftheria Touloupaki, the Project Manager. Their presence underscored INZEB’s dedication to fostering sustainable building practices and their active role in driving the iBRoad2EPC project forward.

One of the key focal points of the meeting was the thorough discussion of the project’s achievements during the preceding two years. Attendees had the opportunity to examine the impact of implemented strategies, share success stories, and learn from challenges faced. This reflective session provided valuable insights into refining approaches and ensuring that the project remains successful.

Setting the stage for the coming operational year, the General Assembly meeting was instrumental in establishing milestones and targets. With a collaborative spirit, participants engaged in strategic planning sessions, identifying areas of improvement, and charting a course for the project’s continued success. The exchange of ideas and expertise among diverse stakeholders laid the groundwork for innovative solutions and approaches to be implemented in the following year.

The venue, ifeu, added a unique dimension to the meeting. Known for its commitment to environmental sustainability, ifeu provided an inspiring backdrop for discussions on energy efficiency. Heidelberg’s charming setting, nestled along the banks of the Neckar River, served as a fitting location for a gathering focused on creating a more sustainable future.

As the iBRoad2EPC project moves forward, the outcomes of the 5th General Assembly meeting will undoubtedly shape its trajectory. The dedication and collaboration demonstrated by participants, including the representation from INZEB, reinforce the collective commitment to advancing energy efficiency in the built environment. The milestones set during this meeting will guide the project toward achieving its overarching goal of creating a more sustainable and energy-efficient future for buildings.

In conclusion, the 5th General Assembly of the iBRoad2EPC project in Heidelberg, Germany, marked a pivotal moment in its journey. It showcased the progress made, celebrated successes, and laid a robust foundation for the continued pursuit of energy efficiency in building practices. As the echoes of discussions in Heidelberg reverberate, the iBRoad2EPC project stands poised to make even greater strides in the years to come.

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