On 4-5 November, the new Horizon 2020 funded project EN-TRACK, had a succesful kickoff meeting. Although it was – like most events these days – held as an online event, it left all partners with an unambigious sense of being part of an ambitious and skilled consortium, determined to make the EN-TRACK platform a succes.
The EN-TRACK project aims at developing a platform to increase investments in energy efficiency in buildings:
In a nutshell, the objective of EN-TRACK is to enable a data-driven approach to support decision-making related with energy-efficiency in buildings.Stoyan Danov, project coordinator
The consortium consists of 7 partners from 5 different European countries with each their area of expertise. You can learn more about the partners here. But the development of EN-TRACK will evolve around the engagement and involvement of our stakeholders. Therefore, it is pleasure to invite you to join our community. Besides receiving our biannual newsletter, you will be invited to relevant stakeholder events, allowing you to take part in the development process. Join here!