HOMESKIN

Project Description

The HOMESKIN project has developed a new super-insulation panel possessing the lowest thermal conductivity of all insulation materials. The proposed solution brings to the market an insulation technology that do not only have high thermal insulation performance but also is thinner, lighter, non-flammable and with no VOC emissions. This new material is suitable to new buildings as well as to old buildings retrofits.

HOMESKIN

Project Partners

Enersens | FR (Coordinator)

University of Stuttgart | DE

ARMINES | FR

CEA | FR

Parex | FR

FLAG | IT

Trocellen | IT

Kurt Salmon | LU

ITeC | ES

SORANE | CH

Status

Finalised

Start date

February 2015

Duration

3 Years

Funding call

H2020-EeB-2014

Project ID

636709

Total budget M€

6.3

Project contact

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The cluster brings together EU funded R&I projects focused on nanotechnologies and advanced materials covering different challenging construction aspects such as energy efficiency in buildings, building materials durability and on-shore and off-shore infrastructures durability

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