The objective of this second deliverable of WP2 is to update the D2.1 and to ensure the continuation of the different tasks included in the WP.
The main scope of WP2 is to assure the update of the HEART context and its different features (energy, regulatory and economic issues, technological application etc.) during the development and realization of the whole project. In this respect, possible changes of the context will be identified and detected and will be taken in consideration for the progress and improvement of the project.
The WP2 is divided in to five tasks as follows. For more details about the description of the tasks, please check the roadmaps of D2.1.


Project Management and Quality Plan aims, as explained in the Grant Agreement Annex 1, at presenting the project coordination aspects and the project supporting procedures. A project overview is provided, then the project structure is presented. Subsequently, the quality assurance procedures are described and the document templates are described. The document includes also the project management manual and the description of the procedures for the risk management.


The objective of this first deliverable is to describe the different tasks related to the WorkPackage2. This first deliverable intend to define the baseline, the work done and further work envisaged. The WP2 focuses on the several features of the HEART geographic, energy, regulatory and technological application context and of all its boundary conditions, including the economic and regulatory issues. This deliverable will be updated throughout the project to ensure that along the development of the whole project, possible changes/evolutions of the framework due to new policies, new standards, technology advancement, will be immediately taken into account in the development of the project.


This leaflet includes key information that would make readers curious about the project while providing brief information on the approach and concept of HEART, what the HEART project will do, as well as an overview of the partners. All of these points are further elaborated in this document, starting with the objective and description of the leaflet. This is then followed by the exact copy text of the leaflet and its different sections, an infographic explaining the HEART concept, a review of the main benefits of the toolkit, and finally screenshots and images that show the structure and content of the final leaflet.


The HEART’s toolkit is addressed to professionals in the planning, engineering and design of constructions, as well as to policy makers, energy efficiency associations and real estate investors. Due to the complexity of HEART’s fabrics, the project envisions – for a more effective dissemination of its content – a series of demonstration activities bearing the role of both communication and learning/feedback gathering events. Demonstration activities will be organized on-site and involve all project stakeholders and nearly all of the partners. The objective of this early stakeholders’ involvement is to analyze their feedbacks in a participatory planning perspective, thus incorporating them in the whole value chain of the toolkit realization to maximize the project’s output quality and reduce its risks. The activities will be focused and contain both generic presentations as well as technical demos of the toolkit’s subcomponents and technologies. Demonstration activities will start with two test cases at M12 and M13 and then concentrate during M23-M24 and M33-M36, in the formula of 1+1, addressing first the Italian case and right after the French one. Mid-term activities will be preceded by a press conference advertising the events and the toolkit potentials.


The material exposed and collected in the present deliverable summarizes HEART’s First Knowledge Transfer Conference, held in Bolzano on November 28-29, 2018, hosted and organized by EURAC. The conference aim was twofold:
– on one hand, to disseminate the project beyond its partnership;
– on the other, to gather inspirations and suggestions from key stakeholders on a few of the project’s key topics.