Med-EcoSuRe fourth newsletter introduces tools and instruments to support the energy retrofitting planning in university buildings

Med-EcoSuRe fourth newsletter introduces tools and instruments to support the energy retrofitting planning in university buildings

23 December, 2021

This newsletter issue shares the latest project achievements and updates on the tools and instruments proposed to support university energy managers in planning the energy retrofitting within Mediterranean university buildings. The issue includes also the research work produced with the aim to valorize and disseminate the project findings.

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