The RINNO project envisions to deliver a framework solution that will help drastically accelerating the rate of deep renovation in EU building stock reaching an ambitious annual renovation rate of 3.5%. The ultimate goal of the project is to develop, validate and demonstrate an operational interface with augmented intelligence and an occupant-centered approach that will streamline and facilitate the whole lifecycle of building renovation (planning-design, retrofitting, monitoring). This concept has at its foundation, a set of cost-attractive, environmentally friendly, multi-functional and easily applicable building-related innovations.

A RINNO optimised renovation roadmap will be demonstrated at 4 large scale pilot use cases after being pre-piloted, covering different EU climatic zones and markets of diverse maturity in the renovation sector.

Demonstration Site 1:


As a global player in construction and services active in 80 countries, Bouygues Construction designs, builds and operates public and private buildings, transport infrastructures, and energy and communications networks.

Operating from upstream to downstream of the construction process, Bouygues Construction has developed expertise and businesses that cover the entire value chain. Its aim is to meet the specific needs of each customer while each service it performs is thought out in terms of the whole lifecycle of a building or structure. Bouygues Construction operates in France and many other countries in four major business areas: buildings, civil works, energy & services, and concessions.

Demonstration Site 2:


Avedøre Boligselskab is the association of three social housing organisations in “Avedoøre Stationsby”, Hvidovre by Copenhagen. The SHO is administered by KAB – Copenhagen Nonprofit Housing Organisation, which is an umbrella organisation, administering 50.000 flats in the Copenhagen area.

Demonstration Site 3:


HELLENIC PASSIVE HOUSE INSTITUTE (HPHI) was founded in 2012 in Athens, and is a non-profit organisation consisting of stakeholders and members paying a yearly membership fee. The organisation was established following a decision to combine the expertise of professionals from the fields of Engineering, Law and Communication in order to promote Passive House principles in the building sectors of Greece and the eastern Mediterranean.

HPHI has become a leadership organisation in Greece for the adoption of the Passive House standard and it’s methodology. Through its activities the Institute promotes the reduction of building energy use and the reduction of carbon emissions, while prioritising health and living comfort, as the main principles of passive house design.

Demonstration Site 4:


NAPE was established in 1994 as an initiative of Polish Energy Conservation Foundation and Polish Development Bank as the respond to the growing market demand for energy efficient investments in Poland. NAPE is leading energy agency in Poland, it co-founded 2000 the Association of Energy Auditors (1400 members) and 2004 association of Polish energy agencies – SAPE (10 members).

NAPE is active member of Business Support Centre for SME`s operated by it`s mother company – the Energy Conservation Foundation. NAPE is consulting and engineering company, SME employing 14 persons on full-time and around 40 technical, economic and business development experts on project’s base. The range of NAPE activity is formed of services, studies, programs and projects within all energy sectors, with particular emphasis on technical, financial and capacity building fields, which are render on the competitive way in Poland and abroad. NAPE takes part in EU co-financed projects since 1998.