Energy efficient materials for buildings: Scientific assessment in support of the materials roadmap enabling low carbon energy technologies: Strategic energy technology plan

Marlies Van Holm, Luis Simões da Silva, Gian Marco Revel, Michael Sansom, Heli Koukkari, Hans Eek

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Abstract

This scientific assessment serves as the basis for a materials research roadmap for Energy efficient materials for buildings technology, itself an integral element of an overall "Materials Roadmap Enabling Low Carbon Technologies", a Commission Staff Working Document published in December 2011. The Materials Roadmap aims at contributing to strategic decisions on materials research funding at European and Member State levels and is aligned with the priorities of the Strategic Energy Technology Plan (SET-Plan). It is intended to serve as a guide for developing specific research and development activities in the field of materials for energy applications over the next 10 years
Original languageEnglish
PublisherEuropean Commission EC
Number of pages54
ISBN (Print)978-92-79-22789-9
Publication statusPublished - 2011
MoE publication typeD4 Published development or research report or study

Publication series

SeriesJRC Scientific and Technical Reports
NumberEUR 25173 EN
ISSN1018-5593

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Keywords

  • Energy-efficiency
  • building materials
  • roadmap
  • SET-Plan

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Van Holm, M., Simões da Silva, L., Revel, G. M., Sansom, M., Koukkari, H., & Eek, H. (2011). Energy efficient materials for buildings: Scientific assessment in support of the materials roadmap enabling low carbon energy technologies: Strategic energy technology plan. European Commission EC. JRC Scientific and Technical Reports, No. EUR 25173 EN
Van Holm, Marlies ; Simões da Silva, Luis ; Revel, Gian Marco ; Sansom, Michael ; Koukkari, Heli ; Eek, Hans. / Energy efficient materials for buildings: Scientific assessment in support of the materials roadmap enabling low carbon energy technologies : Strategic energy technology plan. European Commission EC, 2011. 54 p. (JRC Scientific and Technical Reports; No. EUR 25173 EN).
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Energy efficient materials for buildings: Scientific assessment in support of the materials roadmap enabling low carbon energy technologies : Strategic energy technology plan. / Van Holm, Marlies; Simões da Silva, Luis; Revel, Gian Marco; Sansom, Michael; Koukkari, Heli; Eek, Hans.

European Commission EC, 2011. 54 p. (JRC Scientific and Technical Reports; No. EUR 25173 EN).

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Van Holm M, Simões da Silva L, Revel GM, Sansom M, Koukkari H, Eek H. Energy efficient materials for buildings: Scientific assessment in support of the materials roadmap enabling low carbon energy technologies: Strategic energy technology plan. European Commission EC, 2011. 54 p. (JRC Scientific and Technical Reports; No. EUR 25173 EN).