The RENOVERTY project recently hosted a coordination meeting that brought together representatives and coordinators of several innovative projects focused on sustainability. This dynamic event took place on October 30, 2023, serving as a pivotal platform for discussions and the exchange of ideas concerning a broad spectrum of initiatives essential for a more sustainable future.
RENOVERTY, an acronym for “Home Renovation Roadmaps to Address Energy Poverty in Vulnerable Rural Districts,” is poised to drive energy efficiency building upgrades in energy-deficient households across Central and Eastern Europe (CEE), South-eastern Europe (SEE), and Southern European countries (SE). This will be accomplished by establishing the methodological and practical framework necessary to develop renovation roadmaps for vulnerable rural districts in a financially sustainable and socially equitable manner.
The Sisters Project Exchange event underscored the significance of collaboration and innovation in the pursuit of shared sustainability goals. It fostered heightened environmental and social awareness and action while simultaneously promoting cooperation among innovative projects. A noteworthy highlight of the event was the presentation of the FLIARA project by our Project Coordinator, Associate Professor Maura Farrell during the online RENOVERTY Sister Project Exchange.
This gathering provided an opportunity to share project concepts and the progress of 32 initiatives funded across the European Union. These projects are primarily focused on addressing energy poverty, promoting sustainability, and driving innovation in various domains.
Looking ahead, the Sisters Project Exchange remains a beacon of inspiration and a catalyst for concrete actions that will lead to a more environmentally sustainable and socially just future for all.