Tackling energy efficiency in multi-occupancy apartment blocks
Tuesday, 8 March 2016
With 43% of Europeans living in apartments, improving the energy efficiency of these properties is critical to achieving Europe’s energy and carbon reduction targets. Yet retrofitting these properties is notoriously challenging, particularly when they are under multiple ownership. Difficulties include the identification of appropriate measures, engaging multiple stakeholders, securing finance and decision-making.
The Low Energy Apartment Futures (LEAF) project has sought to overcome these barriers by practical demonstration case studies and the development of toolkits for other users. This webinar presents an overview of the project, its results and lessons.
The webinar is of interest to any stakeholders involved in apartment blocks. This includes property managers, local municipalities, housing associations, installers, and policy makers at regional, country and EU level.
|Introduction and overview of the LEAF project | Tessa Clark, Changeworks, UK||Youtube|
|Questions and Answers #1||Youtube|
|LEAF case studies: results and lessons | Manuel Krempl, e7 Energie Markt Analyse, Austria||Youtube|
|Policy recommendations from LEAF | Bridget Newbery, Centre for Sustainable Energy, UK||Youtube|
|Questions and Answers #2||Youtube|
HOW TO VIEW: Each presentation or Q&A session in the agenda is a separate video within an integrated playlist. You may watch the whole webinar from start to end, skip videos by clicking on >|, or click on PLAYLIST and jump straight to the video you want.
The original announcement for this event can be found here.
More information on the LEAF project is available here.