SEREINE, a groundbreaking solution for assessing the real energy performance of buildings
The CSTB serves as technical coordinator of the SEREINE project, one of nine projects in the PROFEEL program, which aims to advance the measurement of energy performance of buildings after renovation.
RE2020: the CSTB takes the floor at the Coriolis Seminars for Environment watch live
On January 13, 2022, at 6 pm, meet Sylvie Ravalet, Deputy CEO of the CSTB, and Alexandra Lebert, Head of the “Buildings and Cities Facing Climate Change” Strategic Research Action, as they talk about the challenges and opportunities of RE2020, the new French environmental regulations, for new buildings.
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.
New rooftop greenhouses in Europe
How much energy, water and CO2 emissions can be saved thanks to rooftop greenhouses? The advantages of these systems are being analyzed by eleven European partners from five countries, including the CSTB for France, as part of the GROOF project (Interreg North-West Europe program).
Industrial club Sekoya unveils the winners of its first call for solutions on the Sekoya carbon & climate platform
Following the launch of the Sekoya platform, devoted to low-carbon materials and procedures, Eiffage and Impulse Partners, the construction-sector innovation specialist, gathered with project participants to announce the results of this first call for solutions.
5 Chinese cities designated Sino-French Pilot Eco-cities and engaged in HQE™ development certification with the support of the CSTB Group
At the 14th edition of the International Conference on Green and Energy-Efficient Building in Zhuhai, China, on April 2 and 3, 2018, the Sino-French Pilot Eco-City Prize was awarded to five cities across the country, in the presence of Qiu Baoxing, president of the Chinese Society for Urban Studies (CSUS) and former vice minister of construction, Étienne Crépon, CEO of the CSTB, and Patrick Nossent, President of Cerway.