National Stakeholder Forums (NSFs) have been set up locally in each of the ten European countries involved in the HIT2GAP project.
The NSFs are composed of representatives of national and local government, professional bodies, agencies, industry and local businesses. They provide support to the project at a local level and they also represent the interests of the individual countries with regards to the HIT2GAP outputs and potential adoption of HIT2GAP systems.
Details of the NSFs are outlined below. If you are interested in joining one of the forums please contact HIT2GAP (or your local contact point given below)for more information.
Our partners in Spain presented the HIT2GAP project and its outcomes, including a description of the BEMServer system for intelligent buildings, at the Nanogune building in San Sebastian on 13 June 2019. please click here for more information.
Contact point is email@example.com
France - The French National Stakeholder Forum (NSF) includes representatives from PROMODUL, Trend, Schneider Electric, VELUX, VINCI Construction, Nobatek, Bouygues, Evolution, Inoxia & Saint Gobain. Our partners in France will be holding a final event in the last week of August 2019 (date to be finalised)
Contact point is firstname.lastname@example.org
Poland - Mostostal is responsible for disseminating the Hit2Gap project in Poland. Our partners in Poland will be holding a final event on 28 August 2019
Contact point is Juliusz Zach J.Zach@mostostal.waw.pl
Contact point is: email@example.com
Contact point is firstname.lastname@example.org
Ireland - run by the National University of Ireland, Galway and Enerit, the stakeholder forum for Ireland has around 50 subscribers. The forum links with ASHRAE Ireland, Engineers Ireland (EI) and CIBSE Ireland. To maximise participation, the form makes use of skype links for those stakeholders who cannot attend in person. Our partners in Ireland will be holding a final event on 29 August 2019
Contact point: email@example.com
United Kingdom - The UK National Stakeholder Forum (NSF) is jointly organised by BRE and the University of Strathclyde. Interesting issues that have been raised by the UK stakeholder group include post-occupancy evaluation, second tier trial buildings and adventitious electrical loads due to unforeseen needs of building occupiers.
Contact point is firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact point: Nicolas.Rehault@ise.fraunhofer.deGreece - Apintech run the Greek NSF.