Poland

The National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management (NFOŚiGW) is the pillar of the Polish system of financing environmental protection. Within it, the energy performance of buildings is mostly financed under the national programme in the field of atmosphere protection  (“ochrona atmosfery”) through:    
Post date: 9 Mar 2017
Type: Link

In line with the REELIH project, Habitat for Humanity worked with its long time partner Metropolitan Research Insitute (MRI) to conduct a study on Central and Eastern European countries having an experience with large scale renovations of multi-apartment buildings. The aim of the study was to analyse the main national subsidy schemes aiming to assist the energy efficient renovation of multi-family buildings in Central and Eastern Europe.
Post date: 8 Mar 2017
Type: Publication

MOBISTYLE - Motivating end-users behavioral change by combined ICT based tools and modular information services on energy use, indoor environment, health and lifestyle.   MOBISTYLE in one sentence: The overall aim of MOBISTYLE is to raise consumer awareness and motivate behavioral change towards energy efficient building usage by providing attractive personalized combined knowledge services on energy use, indoor environment, health and lifestyle, by ICT-based solutions. Project objectives:
Post date: 3 Mar 2017
Type: Link

An English summary of the second BPIE report ¨Supporting renovation of single-family houses in Poland¨ on the renovation of the Polish building stock.   In 2016, BPIE held two workshops on the topic of improving the framework conditions for the deep renovation of the Polish building stock. These workshops explored issues ranging from the current and future funding levels and sectoral breakdown of renovation activity, to technical and legislative matters.  
Post date: 24 Feb 2017
Type: Publication

Reducing Energy Poverty by Energy Efficiency Projects in Residential Buildings: The Case for Eastern Europe  
Post date: 20 Feb 2017
Type: Event

Design4Energy Approach, methodology and new tools for designing energy efficient buildings in neighbourhoods     The Far beyond BIM design processes training workshop will take place on 2 March 2017 in Warsaw, Poland. Following the example of the FP7 Design4Energy project, this workshop focuses on the principal challenges of design methodologies optimisation along with integrated platform and tools.   The workshop's topics include:  
Post date: 10 Feb 2017
Type: Event

Buildings Performance Institute Europe (BPIE) ma zaszczyt zaprosić Państwa do uczestnictwa w III Warsztatach, których celem jest wsparcie dla procesu modernizacji budynków w Polsce. Przedmiotem warsztatów będzie wpływ pakietu KE “Czysta energia dla wszystkich Europejczyków” na rynek modernizacji oraz próba ustalenia czy pomoże on w walce ze smogiem w Polsce.  
Post date: 10 Feb 2017
Type: Event

Od stycznia 2017 r. wartości dopuszczalnych wskaźników EP dla nowobudowanych budynków oraz niektórych współczynników U dla przegród zewnętrznych budynków uległy zmianie, zgodnie z przepisami rozporządzenia nowelizującego rozporządzenie w sprawie warunków technicznych, jakim powinny odpowiadać budynki i ich usytuowanie, które weszło w życie 1 stycznia 2014 r. (Dz. U. z 2013 r. Poz. 926).  
Post date: 9 Feb 2017
Type: News

W przypadku braku danych od wytwórcy lub dostawcy nośnika energii lub energii, podczas wyznaczania jednostkowej wielkości emisji CO2 przyjmuje się wartości wskaźnika emisji CO2 (We) opracowywane na rok sporządzenia świadectwa przez Krajowy Ośrodek Bilansowania i Zarządzania Emisjami. Wartości wskaźnika są dostępne na stronie Krajowego Ośrodka.  
Post date: 8 Feb 2017
Type: Link

38,5% of energy savings in CUBE 2020? It's possible.   The building Quai Vendeuvre won the grand prize of the energy savings contest CUBE 2020 in 2016. While the 3rd edition of the contest just started, let’s ask the IFPEB’s director Cedric Borel about the score of the second edition’s winner, who made 38,5% of energy savings within a year!  You said 38,5%, really? How is that possible?   Marguerite Dornier: You said 38,5%, right? It’s huge, isn’t it?  
Post date: 8 Feb 2017
Type: News