Lebanon: first meeting of EU-funded BEEP project to inspect and analyse public buildings

April 9, 2020
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The Lebanese partner, Lebanese Centre for Energy Conservation (LCEC), has chosen the Municipality of Tripoli and its cultural center, the Rashid Karami Municipal Cultural Centre, commonly known as Nawfal Palace, to be their case studies in respect to the BEEP project.

The team leading the project has met with administrative and engineering officials from the Municipality in order to explain in details the next steps of the BEEP project. During the visit, the LCEC team described the major milestones of the project, in addition to shedding lights on the long-term prospects of the project and its potential benefits for the whole building stock in the country.

Renovating and making Mediterranean buildings smarter is of utmost importance to reduce the carbon footprint of our homes. BEEP (BIM for Energy Efficiency in the Public Sector) project is implemented under the ENI CBC Med Programme to strengthen the use of Building Information Modeling (BIM) – a process supported by various tools and technologies involving the generation and management of digital representations of physical and functional characteristics of places – to enhance energy efficiency in buildings.


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