The stated aim of the H2020-funded REVALUE project was “to lead the development of appraisal norms and standards that recognise the value of energy efficiency in social and private residential real estate.” The project ran for an extended period from 2015 until 2019 and utilised a number of research methods; it also sought to interface not only with some other projects working in similar areas but with the key stakeholder group
Post date: 17 Sep 2019
On the 5th of March, RICS, with the support of the REVALUE project, published an insight paper - Energy efficiency and residential values: a changing European landscape. Written by Professors Sarah Sayce and Sara Wilkinson, the report provides a comprehensive review of the issues that connect values in the residential sector to energy efficiency.
Post date: 6 Mar 2019
Marco Koot is an accounting partner of Vanhier, a middle-sized accounting firm in the Netherlands.
Vanhier is participating in a project which is co-funded by the EU. This project, called REVALUE, aims to lead the development of appraisal norms and standards that recognise Energy Efficiency (EE) value in social and private residential real estate.
Post date: 25 Jan 2019
The REVALUE project partners have delivered recommendations for key stakeholders on how best to ensure energy efficiency is included in the valuation process.
There are long-term risk implications for low energy performance properties and the lending industry is beginning to recognise this. Here is a short video summarising the main risks and recommendations.
Post date: 8 Jan 2019
The REVALUE project partners have delivered recommendations for key stakeholders on how best to ensure energy efficiency is included in the valuation process. There are long-term risk implications for low energy performance properties and the lending industry is beginning to recognise this. Here is a video summarising the recommendations and outlining the potential risks.
Post date: 7 Jan 2019
After sharing the research conclusions, the REVALUE project partners took the opportunity to talk with some key stakeholders about the role of energy efficiency in the European housing sector, both now and moving forward.
1. An interview with Martin Schoenberg – Energy Efficiency Project Coordinator, UNEP FI
What are the trends and initiatives in the market that we should be paying attention to?
Post date: 17 Dec 2018
The REVALUE partners delivered factsheets with recommendations for key stakeholders on how best to ensure energy efficiency is included in the process.
To avoid stranded assets in their portfolio, housing providers were encouraged to instruct valuers to consider the value impact of energy efficiency, enhance their collection of energy performance data and develop a long-term business plan to optimise energy efficiency.
Post date: 7 Dec 2018
Savills and the other members of the H2020-funded REVALUE project team will share the final results of four years' research, analysing the impact of energy efficiency on the value of residential real estate.
Post date: 27 Sep 2018
The H2020 REVALUE project has finished. Over the past 4 years, the project partners researched the relation between the value of residential real estate and its energy efficiency. A greater awareness of what investments could improve both a property’s energy efficiency and its value would help to build a business case that could accelerate energy efficiency improvements in Europe´s housing stock. Much of Europe’s housing stock is currently both aged and energy inefficient.
Post date: 12 Sep 2018
For a clearer picture of how housing providers across Europe are assessing and managing energy efficiency risk, the REVALUE project partners invite you to take part in this survey.
Once the data has been gathered, results will be shared with participants to see where they stand compared to other housing providers.
Post date: 10 Sep 2018