The Horizon 2020 project PRO-Heritage is approaching halfway - the partners are working on the preservation of traditional craftsmanship in the cultural heritage sector for almost a year and a half. The main result of the project, a sound curriculum for the further training of specialists in the field of energy efficiency and renewable energies for built cultural heritage is available in the first version. The document can be downloaded from the project website.
The last project meeting took place online for the first time on June 18 and 19, 2020. Despite this challenge, the team worked constructively and presented the completed country reports and the selected Best Practice examples.
During the meeting, the extension of the project duration was discussed and decided. This gives the consortium enough time to make up for the weeks lost due to the Corona crisis. The project schedule is revised and project meetings as well as study visits are re-scheduled.
You can find out more about the Horizon 2020 project PRO-Heritage and the first draft of the curriculum here.