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Ensuring safe and energy efficient buildings: e-SAFE project activities show a steady progress.

Last November, all e-SAFE partners met for the fifth transnational project meeting in Brussels. This was the third face-to-face meeting in a row, held with great success, as the partners had the opportunity to connect, exchange ideas and discuss about the progress of the project implementation.

During the meeting, partners discussed the progress of their tasks, the challenges faced, as well as agreed on the next steps in relation to the activities ahead.

Deloitte as the leader of the work package on business models, financial schemes, exploitation, and technology transfer presented the work in progress in relation to “Business models and financial schemes: identification and development” and facilitated the round table discussion on the financial schemes and business models to be potentially employed for e-SAFE’s future commercialisation.

The project aims to contribute to the holistic renovation of EU buildings by developing an innovative, market-ready system that combines decarbonization goals with earthquake resilience, indoor comfort, reduced implementation time and costs, affordable financing, reduced occupants’ disturbance, increased aesthetic and functional attractiveness. The project includes the demonstration of e-SAFE in one real and two virtual pilot buildings.

Deloitte’s participation in the project is an example of fulfilling its purpose of making an impact that matters, from a social, environmental, and financial perspective, with a multi-disciplinary and collaborative approach.

Our Tax and Legal Manager, Marianna Moran talks about the importance of the project in this video. If you are interested to learn more about the project and its future outcomes, you can visit the project’s website or subscribe to its newsletter here.