Energy efficient behaviours start with education.
In this regard, on April 19, Fernando Cassola, from INESC TEC, presented
FEEdBACk project to about 40 students from the ATEC, a professional school in
The invitation was launched by António Carreira, a teacher in ATEC, who, together with his students, is involved in projects related to energy efficiency, climate change and sustainability.
FEEdBACk hopes to have contributed to the reinforcement of the environmental awareness of these young people and to offer them relevant tools to they make the Planet a more sustainable place.
On 26 and 27 November, the FEEdBACk consortium met in Neuchâtel (Switzerland) to analyse the Portuguese demonstrator's first results (Porto)
On October 29th, the workshop named “No money for future? Integrated approaches to achieve energy renovation of buildings” received FEEdBACk project