Building envelope system for efficient zero energy renovation

Complete envelope system | Bio-sourced and recycled materials |Easy to install | Compatible to all buildings | Low carbon footprint | Funded by the European Union

The EASI ZERo project develops and validates an innovative building envelope component package for efficient building renovation with a low carbon footprint. Material sources are wood, used wood pieces, grown mycelium or recycled construction waste.

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The consortium behind the project brings together 16 partners who represent the whole construction industry and renovation value chain to maximize synergies and accelerate the roll-out of innovative, high efficient insulation products from materials to design and installation recommendations.

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon Europe research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 101091531.

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31 May

EASI ZERo consortium meeting marked 1.5 years of i…

In May 2024, Sievert SE hosted a productive partner consortium meeting for the EASI ZERo project in the picturesque town of Karlstadt, Germany, nestled along the River Main. This gathering marked 1.5 years of significant progress in our mission to develop sustainable insulation materials and product…

22 Mar

EASI ZERo advances sustainable building materials …

As the demand for sustainable construction solutions heightens, the EASI ZERo project is blazing a trail in materials innovation for buildings’ envelope energy renovation to reach European climate targets. Currently in the crucial phase of research and development, EASI ZERo partners are working ex…

17 Nov

Succesful completion of the first year of the EASI…

The EASI ZERo project consortium has just wrapped up a productive partner meeting in Brussels, Belgium, celebrating the successful completion of the project's first year. This milestone marks a significant achievement in our mission to reduce the environmental impact of European buildings through in…



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