European Climate Initiative: EDAPHIC-BLOOM Danube
Experience Exchange on Energy Efficiency of Buildings
Stuttgart | 19.-20.04.2023
19 experts from Romania received an insight into methods and solutions for the energy-efficient refurbishment of buildings in Stuttgart, Germany. The exchange of experiences is part of the German-Romanian cooperation project for the greenhouse gas mitigation in the Danube region. The project with its title “EDAPHIC-BLOOM Danube” is funded by the European Climate Initiative (EUKI). The exchange of experiences was organized by Steinbeis Danube Center, one of the German project partners.
The Steinbeis Danube Center designed the exchange of experiences in three parts: It began with an opening session with contributions from the Romanian parliament and the Baden-Wuerttemberg Ministry of the Environment, as well as an explanation on the passive house concept. The workshop continued with approaches to solutions from the economy. On the second day, visits to Stuttgart followed to see in buildings how optimal energy efficiency is achieved.
Project “EDAPHIC-BLOOM Danube” is part of the European Climate Initiative (EUKI) of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action (BMWK). It is the overall goal of EUKI to promote climate cooperation within the European Union (EU) in order to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Our Steinbeis Danube Center contributes to the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions by participating in the EDAPHIC-BLOOM Danube project. Responsible Steinbeis experts: Roxana Boboruta. Jürgen Raizner.