Best Practice

About the pilot projects.

To achieve the project objectives, the project unites three categories of dedicated partners in each of the 8 participating countries (2 x Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Czech Republic, Finland, 2 x Germany, Norway and Slovenia).

The consortium partners are experts in improving energy performance in complex buildings. They tandem with national building partners who benefit from concrete pilot Re-commissioning projects in their buildings (7 hospitals, 2 universities, 1 national public buildings pool) in the framework of the project.

Thirdly, network partners such as hospital or other building associations support dissemination of Re-Co ex-periences, good practice examples and help to initiate further Re-Co projects.

Further reading: Final Re-Co pilot project process scheme and Final Re-Co pilot project documentation template

 

Pilot Projects presentations:


Category - Hospitals


Austria: 

Albert Schweitzer Klinik Graz

General Hospital a.ö.KH, Güssing

Hospital Heart Jesus, Vienna

Hospital Sisters of Mercy, Linz


Finland: 

Seinäjoki Central Hospital


Slovenia:

General hospital Brezice,

University Clinic of Respiratory 

Allergic Diseases Golnik


Czech Republic:

Hospital Jihlava


Croatia:

Center of Public Health Zagreb


Germany:

Professional Associations Hospital Ludwigshafen


Category - Universities, office buildings


Germany:

Technische Universität Braunschweig


Norway: 

Norwegian University of Life Sciences


Norway:

Norwegian Energy Efficiency Inc


Belgium:

Groep Uitgeverij Averbode  

Geo-Instituut, Heverlee

Ministry of finance, Brussels

Ministry of finance, Ostende

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