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REVERTER consortium has reached their 2nd project milestone

The REVERTER project (co-funded by the Horizon Europe, Life programme) has achieved a significant milestone with the successful completion of its second phase.

The primary objective underlying the establishment of the REVERTER Hub is to facilitate access for policy-makers, stakeholders, and EU citizens to the project’s outcomes, as well as to furnish valuable insights concerning energy poverty, energy efficiency, and building renovation.


In parallel, four distinct Digital One-Stop Shops (pilot countries – Bulgaria, Greece, Latvia, and Portugal) have been launched. Tailored to engender engagement among the inhabitants of specific regions within the pilot areas, along with ambassadors, local communities, stakeholders, and policy-makers, these digital platforms act as pivotal hubs for information dissemination.

The inaugural iteration of each Digital One-Stop Shop encapsulates crucial details regarding renovation efforts in the respective pilot area, alongside embedded links connecting users to supplementary sources of information and pertinent contacts. Characterized by their dynamic nature, these platforms will undergo periodic updates to ensure the seamless delivery of the latest and most pertinent insights to the residents of these designated areas.

The first version of each Digital One-Stop Shop includes important information about renovation work and benefits from renovation of multi-apartment buildings and single-family houses in the specific pilot region. These platforms have active links that connect users to extra information sources and relevant contacts. These platforms are designed to change over time and will be regularly updated to provide the newest and most relevant information to the people living in these areas.

Collaboratively developed by WIT Berry in close conjunction with REVERTER partners within each distinct pilot area, the Digital One-Stop Shops, alongside the REVERTER Hub, will be subjected to ongoing performance monitoring and iterative enhancements. This approach is imperative for refining their content and functionality, thereby ensuring alignment with the evolving expectations and needs of users.

Beyond their immediate utility, the knowledge gleaned from the performance of these platforms will be leveraged to formulate recommendations for regions aspiring to establish their own Digital One-Stop Shops. In this manner, the REVERTER project not only addresses energy-related challenges but also serves as a model for the prospective launch of analogous digital platforms across diverse geographical contexts.