23-24 January, Brussels
BTA Demand Side Network Competition – Rotterdam, the Netherlands
26 October 2015
This month the first edition of the BTA Demand Side Network (DSN) Competition takes place at the BTA Living Lab Concept House Village in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.
The DSN Competition is a ‘Dragons Den’ style event that matches innovative low-carbon building technologies with investors and adaptors, and is organised by the Climate-KIC flagship Building Technologies Accelerator (BTA) together with global property consultancy firm Knight Frank.
Participating in this event gives the buyers and investors the opportunity to be the first to know and adopt the latest clean building innovations. Simultaneously, the creators of sustainable building technologies get the chance to pitch their innovation to a panel of leading international firms from the construction industry.
About Building Technologie Accelerator (BTA)
Building Technologies Accelerator (BTA) is one of Climate-KIC’s flagship programmes and supports the development of sustainable building technologies and stimulates their dissemination into the market.
The Dutch edition of the Demand Side Network Competitions takes place at Concept House Village, one of the BTA Living Labs. These Living Labs serve as real life environments to test and showcase sustainable building technologies in close collaboration with users. Thereby, they form a unique link between academia and industry, fostering the dissemination of innovative solutions into the market.
Climate-KIC currently supports six living labs. The other five Living Labs that form the BTA Living Lab network are: The Green Village in the Netherlands; the HSB Living Lab in Sweden; NEST and the House of Natural Resources in Switzerland and the CIES Living Lab in Spain.
For a full overview of all the BTA Demand Side Network Competitions and the agenda, have a look at the DSN E-Booklet.
Would you like to get more information on other BTA technologies, the BTA Living Lab network or find out how to get involved? Get in touch at or visit bta.climate-kic.org.