Energy Pathfinder

Historic buildings represent one of the biggest challenges for improving energy efficiency in the Northern Periphery and Arctic region. The Energy Pathfinder project will work with owners, residents, and other stakeholders in identifying and addressing these challenges. The main outcome from the project will be an online tool kit that will support owners of historical buildings to carry out an energy retrofit that is socially, culturally and environmentally appropriate.

Energy Pathfinder involves six partners from Ireland, Sweden, Scotland, Finland and the Faroe Islands and is supported by the European Union through the Interreg programme for the Northern Periphery and Arctic Region.

Energy Pathfinder Toolkit

Building owners and users need an online Toolkit that can be used to chart how Near Zero Energy standards can be achieved in historic buildings in different regions. In order to develop and demonstrate the toolkit, Energy Pathfinder will work with owners and other stakeholders through a participatory design process. The Toolkit will draw results from this co-design process as well as from an analysis of relevant retrofit measures and renewable energy installations, proposed or carried out on demonstrator buildings, to help owners decide what measures are most appropriate and effective to help their building reach Near Zero Energy Building standards.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contact

Email: energypathfinderproject{at}gmail.com 

Facebook: @energypathfind

Twitter: @energypathfind

 

Energy Pathfinder's second newsletter provides an update on recent project activities.

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Thursday 27th August 2020, Energy Use & Thermal Comfort in a Large Single-Zone Building (Tegs Kyrkan) during Cold Season, Umeå, Sweden

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During this seminar about hygrothermal monitoring, learn how fabric monitoring can inform and support the retrofit programme of traditional buildings....

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Energy Pathfinder's first newsletter reflects on the project's activity so far...

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Landsverk's Approach to Sustainability, Retrofitting of the Historical Vicarage of Viðareiði

The vicarage of Viðareiði, which is the most northern...

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Adapt Northern Heritage is another project supported by the Interreg Program for the Northern Periphery and Arctic region. The project supports...

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On November 18th 2019 Oulu University organised an information Seminar in Raahe, Finland to present and discuss activities in the Energy Pathfinder...

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A Webinar by Dr Caroline Engels Purcell, Head of Research and Peter Cox, Managing Director of Carrig Conservation International.

 

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The Energy Pathfinder project was launched on Thursday, 27th June at a public seminar held at the historic Nano Nagle Place in Cork city. Following...

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