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Within the framework of the Alliance Emploi Environnement, Brussels Environment (BE) has entrusted AED (Habiter Research Center, ULB) to establish a research unit devoted to identify and disseminate innovative practices in sustainable construction in Brussels-Capital. Thus AED (bd) launched an ''Observatory of Innovative Practices'' (OPI). The research focuses on real cases (buildings winners of ''Batex'' calls for projects launched between 2007 and 2013 in the Brussels-Capital Region and actually built since). The purpose of this research is to support the dissemination of innovative building practices to the active actors in the field of sustainable construction in RBC. The object of the research is based on field experiences available in RBC to document, analyze and evaluate these innovative practices in projects underway or completed. This information feedback will be structured by the periodic production of reports available to the actors and operators in the sector. Is specifically targeted the transfer of information towards clusters (especially for SOHO and SMEs), training and research. To do this, the mission takes place in the framework of a partnership established by BE with CSTC, the CCB-C, the Ecobuild Cluster, Innoviris and CDR. The committee ''oPI'' also participates in the editorial committee set up to feed the Sustainable Building Portal. oPI has 2 researchers halftime, with an annual budget of ± ' 100,000. It was initiated in January 2015 and will end in December 2016. (referent: BERNARD DEPREZ, CHIRAZ BEN DAKHLIA, FONSECA RANGEL DJENABO).
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