A new study from the InCUBE project was published in the Buildings MDPI journal. The paper focuses on setting KPIs for sustainable renovation projects.
In a major stride towards sustainable building practices, the Centre for Research & Technology Hellas (CERTH) has unveiled findings from the InCUBE Project EU. Their latest scientific paper, titled “Monitoring the Sustainability of Building Renovation Projects—A Tailored Key Performance Indicator Repository,” was published in the Buildings MDPI journal.
The study represents a step in advancing sustainable construction methodologies. CERTH’s research primarily focuses on the development of Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) tailored to evaluating the sustainability performance of buildings during their transformation into zero-carbon, resource-efficient, and resilient structures.
This work is poised to revolutionize the way we gauge and enhance the sustainability of building renovation projects, marking a milestone towards a more environmentally conscious future in construction. Stay tuned for more updates!
You can find the full article in our library: https://incubeproject.eu/results/.