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BUILD UP Webinar | Horizon 2020 call EE05 on deep renovation and market uptake: Challenges and expectations

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BUILD UP Webinar | Horizon 2020 call EE05 on deep renovation and market uptake

BUILD UP Webinar | Horizon 2020 call EE05 on deep renovation and market uptake

Update 2015.5.4: the video recordings and presentation files for this webinar are now available here.


Horizon’s 2020 call EE05 funds deep renovation projects that overcome market barriers and give an impetus to the construction sector to engage in deep renovations. Up to now, barriers such as the lack of quality standards and inspection protocols impede the creation of a market place for deep renovation.


The call, fully titled ‘Increasing energy performance of existing buildings through process and organisation innovations and creating a market for deep renovation’, closes on 4 June 2015.


BUILD UP, in cooperation with the EU Executive Agency for SMEs (EASME), holds a webinar for organisations that consider submitting their proposal.


Hosted by Janna Schönfeld, Project Adviser on Horizon 2020 Energy at EASME, the webinar addresses the following:

  • The European policy context
  • Challenges
  • Scope and expected impact of proposals
  • What is expected from proposals
  • Do's and don’ts



  • Janna Schönfeld, Executive Agency for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (EASME)
  • Zoe Wildiers, Executive Agency for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (EASME)


Attendees are invited to send in their questions beforehand to


REGISTER to this BUILD UP Webinar:


UPDATE: Registrants are encouraged to submit their questions to the panelists in advance. Questions can be handed in at by the end of this week (Sunday, 26 April) in order to receive an answer during the webinar. Time restraints and the high number of participants registered for this webinar make it unlikely that all spontaneous questions not submitted before can be presented and answered during the webinar.

Please note that the panelists will only provide clarifications on the EE05 call itself. They may not and will not provide any comment on the eligibility or suitability of specific project proposals or ideas. Neither will the panelists comment on other calls than EE05 nor the differences between them.

Finally, do not forget to check the FAQ before submitting questions; your queries may have already been answered.

Please log into the webinar at least 10 minutes before the start to make sure the system will be up and running on your computer at the beginning of the event.


Executive Agency for SMEs (EASME), European Commission
Contact Name:
Alexander Deliyannis
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