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Four final booklets, one factsheet, one deliverable – and a goodbye

Today is the last day of the FASUDIR project. As always we have published all our final results here on the website, including the latest D7.8 Policy Recommendations and the Results Factsheet. In particular the results have been detailed through four final booklets, which you can read right here or download as usual from the Public Documents page. The FASUDIR Project Results booklet presents an overview of the results of the FASUDIR project: the IDST baseline, the technology repository, the methodology, the IDST, the case study testing, and the involvement of stakeholders.     The IDST booklet presents the Integrated Decision Support Tool, its development process, key features, and a user manual.     The Case Studies booklet describes the FASUDIR Case Studies (Budapest, Frankfurt and Santiago de Compostela), and the demonstration and validation activities of the IDST in the case study districts.     Finally, the FASUDIR for Stakeholders booklet details the stakeholder feedback loops that guaranteed the successful development of the IDST, and presents 6 key Policy Recommendations for friendly and affordable sustainable urban districts retrofitting.     Thanks and goodbye to all of our readers, from all of us in the FASUDIR Consortium!  ...
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New deliverables: review of tools and innovative case studies

Two new deliverables are available on the Public Downloads page. These new reports address, respectively, the vast landscape of available tools in Europe to evaluate aspects of building and urban sustainability (D2.3 – Integration of Available Resources in the IDST Approach), and a variety of innovative experiences, perspectives, and initiatives collected as case studies and best practices for decision makers (D3.1 – Best Practices on Energy Retrofitting at District Scale)....
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First deliverables available

The first four deliverables are now available on the Public Documents page for download. The two reports from WP2 contain an overview of European districts, addressing the typical building and district typologies in Europe and associated energy consumption patterns, and the national and international policy context with regards to several issues, including energy, environment, technical, social, economic and political aspects. The two reports from WP7 accompany the communication material, including this website.  ...
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