The Project denominated Active Architectural Modules with Geothermal Energy and Renewable Energy Systems (MAGYSTER) and with reference RTC-2017-6221-3, is a Project funded in 2017 by the Collaboration Challenges of the State Program of Research, Development and Innovation Oriented to the Challenges of the Society, within the framework of the State Plan for Scientific and Technical Research and Innovation 2013-2016 of the State Research Agency (Ministry of Science, Innovation and Universities), co-financed with FEDER Funds.

The MAGYSTER project (Active Architectural Modules with Geothermal Energy and Renewable Energy Systems) seeks to implement a modular building system incorporating new technologies to achieve positive activation of all building elements, envelopes, floors, foundations, obtaining active architectural modules capable of integrating geothermal energy and renewable energy, and to achieve a reduction in time of assembly and offers the possibility of being disassembled / mounted in another location with the same configuration or even with a different one.

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