HarWin

Project Description

In HarWin new materials were developed for next generation windows significantly improving energy efficiency beyond the current state of the art. The improvements focused on reduced weight, reduced thermal conductivity and energy consumption, reduced material usage and life cycle environmental performance. New functionality included intelligent phase changing materials and glass-polymer composites.

Project Partners

University of Bayreuth | DE (Coordinator)

Isomatex SA | BE

Joint Research Centre - European Commission | BE

Eckart Pigments KY | FI

BayFOR | DE

Centrosolar Glas GmbH & Co. KG | DE

Fraunhofer ISC | DE

InGlas Produktions GmbH | DE

Zachodniopomorski Uniwersytet Technologiczny Szczecinie | PL

GlassX AG | CH

IES | UK

Status

Finalised

Start date

September 2012

Duration

3 Years

Funding call

FP7-2012-NMP-ENV-ENERGY-ICT-EeB

Project ID

314653

Total budget M€

4.9

Project contact

Marcus Urban

University of Bayreuth

+49 921 555351

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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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