ENERSENS develops high-performance insulating materials in the silica aerogel family. Designed and produced at the Bourgoin-Jallieu, in France, the silica aerogels are marketed throughout Europe, either through direct sales to companies or through a network of distributors.
ENERSENS’s goal is to become the European leader in high-performance insulation, thanks to an innovative industrial process that reduces production costs.
As part of the ‘New Industrial France’ plan, ENERSENS has a considerable amount of intellectual property at its disposal, and can draw on the expertise of the world’s top specialists in the aerogel domain. With the objective of improving the company and serving the market better, ENERSENS has partnered with specialists in materials and insulation in order to market products and solutions that are adapted to the different applications.
Vimark is a Piedmontese small-medium enterprise that has been manufacturing materials, systems and providing services for specialized customers in the building industry for the past 35 years.
In its modern and fully automated factory, Vimark produces more than 150 products, designed for both building renovation and new constructions. Specific products are suitable for the restoration of heritage architecture.
Vimark’s goal is to provide customers with easy to use, high-performance products that comply with the varied requirements of the building trade.
TOUPRET is French family-owned company, founded in 1938 and leader in the professional paint filler markets operating in more than 33 countries with 7 manufacturing sites and 7 subsidiaries in the world.
TOUPRET is a well-established brand in the building trade professional market, offering wall preparatory base products and decorating fillers solutions dedicated to the building professionals, together with range of fillers for trade and for D.I.Y. markets.
TOUPRET developed the main innovations in the fillers market: from the first “ready-to-use” filler, to “easy smoothing” (Magic’liss) fillers, constantly ahead and at the heart of the expectations of increasingly demanding customers.
The TOUPRET group manufactures its products while taking steps to promote environmental sustainability at each stage of the value chain, by reducing waste, increasing the use of sustainable raw materials in our products recipes and limiting cardboard usage.
The quick-mix Group, based in Osnabrück, Germany, is an international supplier of sustainable, premium-quality building materials. Under the brand names quick-mix, SCHWENK Putztechnik and tubag, the group develops, manufactures and distributes dry-mix mortars and chemical construction products for masonry, façades, interiors, tiles and floors, and for landscaping and road construction. quick-mix is part of the Sievert Construction Materials Group.
Leipfinger-Bader is a German / Bavarian manufacturer of masonry bricks. It is family held in 5th generation and combines traditional values with high innovative power. Leipfinger-Bader produces bricks for 6,000 housing units per year. Production takes place in three different locations.
As the product offering of Leipfinger-Bader covers the full range of masonry bricks all individual customer requirements can be met. A permanent and consequent product design to latest standards continuously creates new innovative products and provides Leipfinger-Bader the position of the leading innovator in the German masonry brick secto
AGITEC AG is the importer of all main Aerogel Products and Systems and sells them in Switzerland.
Based on our specialization and expertise knowledge about Aerogel and other innovative thermal insulations AGITEC AG is able to provide full professional solutions for any kind of project. They provide quality, adherence to delivery dates and a safe investment, thus the basis for a long collaboration.
AGITEC AG offers you general or specific object and project consulting, material selection, variants overview, energy consulting and construction project coaching.
AGITEC AG is part of a number of Aerogel taskforces, is driving the ecological evaluation of products, is developing new applications and products through research.
The Building Research Establishment Limited (BRE) is a built environment research and technology organisation. Once publicly-owned, with responsibility for built environment innovation and compliance, BRE was privatised in 1997. BRE is now owned by the BRE Trust (a research and education charity for the public benefit), and is free from vested interests to undertake activities in pursuit of the public good. BRE has expertise across, but not limited to, the following areas of the built environment:
Development of government and industry standards and calculation methodologies.
Monitoring, evaluation, demonstration and dissemination of innovative products, components and systems via our Innovation Parks at Ravenscraig and Garston see BRE is also the UKAS accredited body in delivery of the EU Environmental Technology Verification (ETV) pilot programme.
Environmental Impact of Construction, Sustainability and Whole-Life Performance by developing methodologies that measure the embodied impact of materials from cradle to grave.
Building Performance – Materials, Systems and Structures; evaluating the social, economic and environmental impact of building materials and systems on the internal environment.
Effin’Art is a young consulting company specialised in energy efficient design of buildings and building physics. After working for more than 30 years in the domain, its three associates have created the company three years ago. They have a total cumulated experience in the domain energy in buildings and building physics of more than 90 years. The company Effin’Art was created in early 2014. Use and development of state of the art simulation models like TRNSYS, EnergyPlus, CFD (Flovent), 2-3D Thermal bridges and more. It is active in design concepts assisted by simulation and building physics in projects ranging from historical buildings to large industries including residential and office projects. In this domain, it has also experience in studying thin insulation solutions for outside and inside applications in real projects.
ATC is a not for profit Public Body; this is instrumental in obtaining the region’s authorization to collect revenue and spend resources relating to ATC’s own properties and those owned by the city and the state but under ATC’s management. The region sets social housing policy, regulates social housing agencies’ revenue and expenditure, authorizes multi-annual investment and asset sale programs.
ATC’s priority is to strengthen its presence in related activities: facility management in the Province of Turin and to some extent outside it; and IT services to other two regional ATCs
CEA LITEN (Laboratory of Innovation for New Energy Technologies and Nanomaterials) is a CEA department is one of Europe’s newest and most important research centres in the new energy technology field. Within this department, the Building and Thermal Systems Division focuses on Energy Efficiency in Buildings through 3 main research areas:
Politecnico di Torino (POLITO) is a leading public university, in Italy and in Europe, in technical-scientific education and research. With more than 150 bilateral international agreements and 40 double degree agreements, POLITO has links with the most prestigious Universities in Europe. Moreover, POLITO is part of some of the major European interuniversity networks and is involved in 130 EU projects, of which 22 coordinated.
The Energy Department – DENERG is the leading structure in the fields of power and energy and sustainable development. The main goal is to improve the existing technologies in the energy sector, to promote the innovation and to contribute to the rational and aware use of different energy resources.
The Research Group involved in the project (TEBE – Technology Energy Building and Environment) works mainly in the field of building physics, carrying out activities related to building energy performance, building envelope technologies and HVAC systems, indoor environmental quality and indoor environmental control, applied acoustics and lighting.
University of Stuttgart is an international research university with a focus on Engineering and the Natural Sciences. 24,000 students are enrolled at 10 faculties.
MPA: The Materials testing institute University of Stuttgart is a central institute of the University of Stuttgart with about 320 co-workers. The institute is a notified body according to the construction product regulation (CPR). The departments “Durability and Protection of Buildings and Plants”, “Mineral Building Materials” and “Fire Safety” are involved in the project.
IWB: The Institute of Construction Materials is part of the faculty of Civil- and Environmental Engineering of the University of Stuttgart. The institute is a successful and active body in research and testing of materials and structures on almost all fields of structural and civil engineering with around 50 employees. One research focus area relevant to the Wall-ACE is Life cycle assessment of building materials
Wavestone is a leading consulting firm advising private companies and public institutions on strategy, organisation and management consulting.
We rely on a force of 2.500 employees, spread across 4 continents, with the capacity to operate in a synchronized manner across all of our locations. Within Wavestone, the Innovation Management & Funding (IMF) department is specialized in assisting companies and public institutions with all aspects of public funding granted for complex projects.
The team of 45 specialists is spread across Europe and combines local, national and EU coverage of funding programmes. Wavestone’s specialists combine several decades of experience in setting-up complex projects, obtaining public funding for them and then managing administrative and collaborative matters in order to ensure smooth operation and reporting. In the field of R&D and innovation, Wavestone’s IMF experience has been applied to consortia ranging from 4 to 35 partners, with public funding ranging from 1 to 25 million Euros, granted from leading European and national programmes (FP7, H2020, IMI, ENIAC, LIFE, Eco-innovation, structural funds, etc.).