The Horizon 2020 project PRO-Heritage by now runs for one and a half years and partners have submitted the interim report.
The first products such as country reports and the list of Best Practice Examples, as well as the curriculum based on them, have been completed. On 14 October 2020 the first symposium organised in PRO-Heritage took place at the Charterhouse Mauerbach. This event has partially replaced the previous European Congress on the Use, Management and Maintenance of Historically significant Buildings, which was owed to the ongoing Covid19 crisis. Due to the increased numbers of infections, the event could be attended both onsite and online. The programme of the symposium is available here .
This event was of course designed around the content of PRO-Heritage. In other words, further training of specialists in the field of energy efficiency and renewable energies for built Cultural Heritage - and what has been achieved in the project so far.
As for the last project meeting on June 18 and 19, 2020, the partners met online again for the specialist symposium. Despite this challenge, the team worked constructively and re-attuned the project plan. You can find more about the Horizon 2020 project PRO-Heritage and the first completed products here.