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Train-to-NZEB: Official opening of the Bulgarian BKH

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The official ceremony and media event celebrating the opening of the Bulgarian BKH, or "Center of Excellence for Energy Efficiency and RES in Buildings", will take place on 16 May 2017 at 16:00 in the University of Architecture, Civil Architecture and Geodesy in Sofia, Bulgaria. The ceremony, with the participation of the Rector of the University, the Chairman of the Governing Council of the Bulgarian Construction Chamber and other official guests, will be streamed live on the Facebook page of Train-to-NZEB.



Train-to-NZEB in Bulgaria


In Bulgaria, Train-to-NZEB activities are implemented by a team consisting of Center for Energy Efficiency EnEffect (coordinator), Bulgarian Construction Chamber and BSys. Closely following the footsteps of BUILD UP Skills Bulgaria and BUILD UP Skills EnerPro, the team have developed a framework training concept targeting upskilling of building specialists from "Construction"and "Electrical Engineering and Energy Sector" professions and short trainings and demonstrations for non-specialists. An agreement for the establishment of the Building Knowledge Hub is close to finalization, attracting the Professional High School for Transport and Energy "Henry Ford" as hosting institution. A thorough marketing research has identified the major target groups, optimal format and duration of the trainings, and distribution of theoretical and practical contents. The first trainings are expected to start in the autumn of 2016, as by that time, the necessary equipment will be provided. With the support of BUILD UP Skills EnerPro, more than 120 trainers have passed specific training courses, which would be upgraded for the use of the new equipment.



For further information, see the relevant Train-to-NZEB webpage at the link below.

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