Article about Vacuum Thermal Insulation in Construction Newspaper of Belarus

The Construction Newspaper of Belarus published an article about vacuum thermal insulation prepared with the assistance of Dr. Mikhail Dzenisenka, head of Technology transfer department of the RCTT and Dr. Anatoli Charkashyn, head of the Department of energy conservation and energy audits of the Institute NIPTIS named after S.S. Ataev.
The Article describes the technology of vacuum insulation plates which can be used for internal insulation of individual structural elements of buildings. Internal insulation is used when you want to preserve the façade, for example of historic buildings. This technology was introduced by RCTT to European partners of the project "COOL Bricks - Climate change, cultural heritage and energy efficient monuments" as a way to reduce the power consumption of historic buildings.
The project COOL Bricks is carried out in the context of the Baltic Sea Region Programme 2007–2013. The project partners are 18 organizations form 9 countries: Germany, Sweden, Denmark, Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia, Poland, Belarus and Finland. The Republican Centre for Technology Transfer represents Belarus.
The article in Russian also could be found on the newspapers web-site: Vacuum Thermal Insulation, published in N43 (699) on November 21, 2012.