Climate-KIC Flagship programme BTA featured in Climate Group report

The Climate-KIC flagship Building Technologies Accelerator (BTA) is featured in a new report by the influential non-profit organisation The Climate Group.

Katrin Hauser, BTA’s Programme Manager explains in an interview how BTA works on transforming Europe’s built environment to a low-carbon setting and the main barriers that are faced in this process. Several of BTA’s technologies are outlined as examples of solutions that are currently already available to achieve this, such as the 2nd Skin Façade System, Hybrid Composite Slabs, as well as the HSB Living Lab that forms part of the pan-European network of BTA Living Labs.

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Please click here to read the full article about BTA in the Home2025 report.

About The Climate Group and Home2025

The Climate Group is an award-winning, international non-profit organisation that aims for a prosperous, low carbon future. The Climate Group’s project Home2025 highlights new opportunities to lower emissions in homes and this way potentially creating impact to tackle climate change on a large scale. The Home2025 report is aimed at companies, governments and residents to provide sustainable options.