refurbishment / renovation / retrofitting

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Glasgow City Council are delighted to host the city's third retrofit event with Low Carbon Homes to facilitate knowledge exchange across the city, focusing on retrofit best practice, decarbonisation of homes and its role in supporting local economic recovery.  
Post date: 19 Jan 2023
Type: Event

Liverpool City Region Combined Authority and Low Carbon Homes present the third Liverpool Retrofit Summit providing three mornings of online presentations, discussion and networking from 31st January to 2nd February. They will be exploring three key themes, focused on scaling up retrofit across Liverpool City Region’s 720,000 homes.   
Post date: 19 Jan 2023
Type: Event

British houses are among the oldest and less efficient in Europe, hence households are currently challenged by rising energy bills. The government has set a price cap that limits the average bill to no more than £3,000 ($3,600) a year until April 2024. Moreover, it is planning to spend an average cost of around £10,000 for each house that needs to be retrofitted in order to reach the 2035 energy efficiency targets.  
Post date: 17 Jan 2023
Type: Publication

SINFONIA project has reached successful results with the deep retrofits in Innsbruck and Bozen. The interventions allowed substancial heating energy savings, with an average of 77% saved in the projects in Innsbruck, and also a substancial improvement of thermal comfort.  
Post date: 13 Jan 2023
Type: News

Durante la presentazione delle proposte di Kyoto Club per la Legge di Bilancio 2023, Thomas Miorin, Amministratore Delegato di Edera Impresa sociale, ha lanciato un appello per una revisione del Superbonus che miri alla riqualificazione del patrimonio residenziale pubblico con obiettivi sul lungo termine.  
Post date: 12 Jan 2023
Type: News

“Holistic Renovation of Modernism Housing”  is an initiative coming from the New European Bauhaus and developed in the Baltics. The main concept is to renovate the post-war period prefabricated housing stock. These type of buildings are energy inefficient, are no more aesthetically attractive and do not respond to residents´ needs.  
Post date: 11 Jan 2023
Type: Publication

The WEDISTRICT consortium has met at University Politehnica of Bucharest in Romania to present the project´s next heating and cooling demonstrator which has replaced the old system of the University.  
Post date: 9 Jan 2023
Type: News

BIM4EEB aims to foster the renovation industry by developing an attractive and powerful BIM management system with BIM-based toolset able to support designers in the design and planning phase, construction companies to efficiently carry out the work and service companies to pro
Post date: 5 Jan 2023
Type: Tool

The entire construction process and operation of buildings are responsible for 37% of all carbon emissions in Ireland. In order to reduce carbon emissions and achieve our decarbonization goals, we must “reduce, reuse and recycle” including the commercial buildings. This will be the core topic of the monthly lunchtime free webinars throughout 2023.  
Post date: 3 Jan 2023
Type: Event

The Interreg VIOLET project aims to support the renovation and improvement of energy performance of heritage buildings which need specific interventions to become more efficient. Indeed they are made by old-fashioned techniques and materials which are not easily replaceable or improvable without preserving the building.  
Post date: 22 Dec 2022
Type: News