GrAT provides its expertise through projects. Lifespan of a project varies from 6 months to 5 years. The clients also vary from a private company to a multinational institution. Three components – themes, modalities, and deliverables – define a project. Often more than theme is dealt with through in a combined set of methods to generate diverse results and outcomes. 

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SHINE – Sustainable Hospitality Industry Inclusive of Native Entrepreneurs

SHINE aims at developing sustainable tourism models in rural areas of Eastern Bhutan, with emphasis on indigenous food, handicraft, knowledge and culture.
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Life Cycle Habitation – Demonstration Project with Carbon Neutral Construction and Innovative Energy Supply System

The aim of the “LCH” project is to demonstrate innovative building concepts and to reduce CO2 emissions as well as resource and energy consumption over the entire life cycle of a building. LCH is going to be CO2 neutral over...
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S-HOUSE – Innovative Nutzung von nachwachsenden Rohstoffen am Beispiel eines Büro- und Ausstellungsgebäudes

With the S-House, the Factor 10 concept was implemented. It means that the consumption of resources during the construction was reduced by 90%, i.e. only a tenth part of the resources was used in comparison to an equivalent building built...
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Energie zum Leben – ENZL

Pupils learn about appropriate technologies and their use in cross-cultural energy services (e.g., cooking with renewable energy) in a playful manner and by means of their own research. The will understand the relevance of research, technology and innovation for their...
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Zero Carbon Resorts – Building Energy Autonomous Resorts Creating Appropriate Technology Solutions

The Zero Carbon Resort was a 4-year project meant to trigger a switch from fossil fuel to the use of renewable energy sources at SME companies in the tourism industry such as hotels, resorts and restaurants located in the area...
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Simulationsunterstützte Designoptimierung Lebenszyklus orientierter Gebäude – SIM4DLG

The project is aiming at a reduction of the energy consumption towards energy self-sufficiency due to the use of dynamic simulations as well as an improvement of the planning processes themselves. As a result, an optimisation of the performance in...
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