Projects per topic
Projects in Subject Area Innovative Building
Decarbonization of the heating system in a condominium and development of an online platform to support decision-makers
For a residential complex in the 17th district in Vienna, the thermal retrofitting and decarbonization of the heating system are being designed together with the 95 apartment owners and suitable planning and decision-making processes are being developed. Based on the experiences, the online platform cobee (collaborative on the energy transition) is being set up to support future interested parties/homeowners
Requirements for Recyclability of Solid Building Materials
The study shows the current challenges, opportunities and potentials regarding the circularity of the solid construction industry as well as the relevant actors. Future fields of action for necessary research and development to foster the circular economy in the mineral building materials sector were identified and recommendations were derived.
Renovation Solutions in Municipalities (GEMSanDialog)
The decarbonisation of the building sector is a key element in achieving the climate goals. The vast majority of the buildings that will make up Austria's building stock in 2040 have already been built. The major challenge and at the same time the greatest potential for savings therefore lie in the comprehensive modernization of the building stock. The aim of the project is - in dialogue with municipalities - to create awareness and knowledge transfer for renovation solutions.
Competence Office „Smart Cities & Communities“
Smart cities and communities play an important role when it comes to the transition to an energy efficient and climate-friendly work- and lifestyle. The competence office contributes to the protection and the expansion of the topic leadership through comprehensive professional programm and project support. The focus lies on the developement of technology and the organisation of a corresponding (research-)community.
Supervising Evaluation of the Funding from the European funds for Regional Developement
In the supervising evaluation of the austrian EFRE programm (European Funds for Regional Development), effectivity, efficiency and effect of the funded activity are assessed. The main responsibilty of ÖGUT is the evaluation of the step which leads to the saving on CO2 emissions.
ÖGUT in the IEA experts group "R&D priority setting and evaluation" (EGRD)
The IEA expert group F&E priority settings and evaluation (EGRD) was initiated by the commitee for energy research and technology (CERT) with the goal of developing and spreading analytical approaches for the energy-technology-analysis, the F&E priority setting and the assessment of the use of FTI policies.
Innovation network “HdZ2Market”
Within the research and innovation network “HdZ2Market” it is aimed to raise awareness, build capacities and close gaps in skills of already successful positioned companies in order to exploit their full potential in the area of sustainable building.
ÖGUT - Success Factors for Advanced Housing Renovation
Claudia Dankl has been presenting examples of and incentives for high quality thermal renovation of buildings in Austria on invitation of The Norwegian State Housing Bank at the Conference ‘The climate challenge calls for dramatic energy measures in existing housing. Learn from other countries. Learn from demonstration projects’ on September 25th in Trondheim.
“klimaaktiv” mobility consultation programme: mobility management for companies, property developers and fleet operators
The kilmaaktiv mobility programme, focussed on building contractors, aims to achieve CO2-minimising traffic planning and sustainable spatial and traffic structures for housing estates, open spaces and industrial sites and also generally to promote climate-friendly construction sites.
Within the framework of the project “Zertifizierung von Siedlungen / Quartieren” (engl. Site certificate) the possibility of transferring the Swiss “2000-Watt Site” certificate to Austria was assessed by stakeholders from Austria and Switzerland: in how far can the existing Swiss system “2000-Watt Site” certificate (for newly build areas) as well as ongoing and planned propositions to expand the system to city planning processes and existing areas provide a basis for Austria?