Reference : Resilience and Net-Zero Energy Buildings in Chile
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Resilience and Net-Zero Energy Buildings in Chile
Attia, Shady mailto [Université de Liège - ULiège > Département ArGEnCo > Techniques de construction des bâtiments >]
Piderit, Beatriz []
Van Moeseke, Geoffrey []
SBD Lab - ULiege
[en] energy efficiency ; buildings ; fuel poverty ; air quality ; climate change ; comfort
[en] This booklet brings together the results of a two years research and collaboration project in the fields of sustainable and resilient architecture with an emphasis on the “Zero-Energy Buildings” goal. The objective of the project was to establish a cooperation network to investigate opportunities of collaboration in different areas of research related to architectural resilience and net zero energy buildings between Belgium and Chile. The project is positioned to respond in an innovative way to climate change and natural hazards.
During the project different activities were implemented to promote academic exchanges between Belgian Universities and Chilean scientific domains through the support of the BibBio University and Wallonie Bruxelles Federation. Exchanges provided a better understanding of local realities, and social diversity of Chile. The intensive exchanges that took place during this project resulted in the development of a vision on the future steps that needs to be taken to maintain the Chilean building stock healthy with a low carbon impact in strong relation to urban resilience.
The project managed to create contact and a bridge that can foster and carry future collaboration in the near future between the different partners mainly the University of BioBio, the UCLouvain
and the ULiège. The booklet elaborates on the outcomes of this project.
Sustainable Building Design Lab
Sustainable Building Design Lab
Resilience and Net-Zero Energy Buildings in Chile
Researchers ; Professionals ; General public

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