ECTP Conference: influencing the new Built Environment
The 9th ECTP Conference put MiniStor at the heart of the Built Environment community during a decisive moment. A delegation comprised by CARTIF and FEUGA presented the novel minimal energy storage solution at Madrid, formalising the alliance between the consortium and the European construction industry. The two-day event welcomed 200 attendees from the whole construction value chain and representatives of the European Commission, outlining the latest policy developments and creating a shared vision for the Green and Digital Transitions.
From the 2nd to the 3rd of December, the hybrid event saw the Palacio de Cibeles charged up with stakeholders eager to share the sector’s perspective on these challenging times, and to learn of the opportunities that the future Built Environment may bring. MiniStor followed-up on the recent GENERA fair show and interacted with several EeB cPP projects and initiatives for intrastructure and mobility, health and wellbeing, low carbon transition, cultural heritage, and more.
The Conference was hosted by the European Construction Technology Platform (ECTP), of which MiniStor is a part of, Madrid World Capital of Construction (MWCC) and the Spanish Technological Construction Platform (PTEC). The ECTP is the leading continental organisation influencing the future of the Built Environment, and is also responsible for the European smart buildings community Smart Built 4 EU and the Energy Efficient Buildings Public Private Partnership (EeB PPP), both featuring MiniStor as well.