Experts groups on different topics brainstormed implementation and up scaling strategies for the CESBA-MED tool‚ which allows assessing and benchmarking sustainability indicators for neighbourhoods.
Torsten Masseck participated on behalf of UPC in the experts group on Nearly Zero Energy Buildings (NZEB) together with experts from many other institutions, research entities and private consultancies.
The complexity of urban sustainability required instruments for planning new developments properly and assessing existing neighbourhoods for tracking improvement processes. CESBA-TOOL is a new instrument for public administration as well as private urban planning practices, which contributes to progress in this field. Educational activities on the tool will start soon.