Xerome Fernández Álvarez

Gratitude is a currency that we can mint for ourselves and spend without fear of bankruptcy. Fred De Witt Van Amburgh

As a Research trainee, Xerome is supporting the research team by conducting data gathering and analysis as well as collaborating on the development of methodologies for approaching the different tasks that BPIE has to carry out in the projects he is assigned in.

Xerome has been always interested in energy efficiency in buildings since starting university, as he studied a Bachelor’s degree in Energy Engineering at the University of Vigo (2013-2017), carrying out a Post-Occupation evaluation of Lugo’s market, in NW Spain. He then continued his education with a Master’s degree in Industrial Engineering at the Polytechnic University of Valencia, from which he graduated in September 2019. For his final thesis, he conducted a feasibility study on the conversion of an educational building into a nZEB.

Beyond energy performance of buildings, Xerome is passionate about languages and taking part in multicultural events, as a member of a folk group in his hometown, at the border with Portugal.

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