RÉNOSTANDARD: integral and innovative solutions for renovating private homes
RénoStandard was created as part of the PROFEEL1 program and makes it possible to develop and test innovative methods and tools for guiding and optimizing the development of comprehensive renovation for “standardized” private homes.
CSTB'Lab sparks building industry start-ups to develop low-carbon solutions
In 2020, the CSTB start-up accelerator continued its support of start-up companies developing innovative solutions that contribute to the environmental and energy transitions in the building industry and urban development.
Summer comfort in buildings and cities, featured in CONTACT
Because the health and wellbeing of people in buildings and cities are major challenges, the CSTB is taking a look at summer comfort in the July 2020 issue of CONTACT, presenting solutions to mitigate the impact and discomfort of bright sunlight and high temperatures in cities.
Beijing, 2019 – Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development (MOHURD)
A French delegation led by Jean-Philippe Dufour, advisor for sustainable development, energy and transport at the Embassy of France in Beijing, met with Qiu Baoxing, president of the Chinese Society for Urban Studies (CSUS), counselor of state and former vice minister of housing.
With Dimosim, developing an Energy Master Plan for "Pays SUD"
The municipality of Barcelonnette, Pays Serre-Ponçon-Ubaye-Durance (Pays SUD) association and the CSTB have joined forces in a collaborative research project. The aim is to study the energy strategy of these local areas in the county of Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, using Dimosim. This prospective engineering software developed by the CSTB simulates and compares various scenarios for 2030 and 2050, to improve planning for changes in the local energy system.