Architecture and building

TEPLO: thermal bio-based renovation of a building in the Chernihiv region in Ukraine using natural materials.

Ro3kvit: Urban Coalition for Ukraine, ReThink, Neo-Eco Ukraine and Matek are launching a pioneering initiative dedicated to renovating a Soviet-era residential building in the Chernihiv region in Ukraine, using prefabricated biobased panels. The project is supported by the EU LIFE Programme, contributing to the EU's mission to achieve climate neutrality by 2050.
TEPLO project focuses on:

Energy inefficiency: Upgrading an outdated structure with prefabricated bio-based panels to maximize energy savings and resident well-being.
Circular construction: Showcasing the potential of prefabrication and bio-based materials for a sustainable future. 

Community empowerment: Interactive workshops to promote knowledge exchange and resident participation in the renovation process.
TEPLO project aims to showcase the untapped potential of prefabrication and bio-based materials in Ukraine. In addition, we aspire to equip architects, engineers, and homeowner associations (OSBB) with the knowledge and tools necessary to lead the charge toward circular renovations, fostering a sustainable and energy-efficient future.

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