We are pleased to invite you to attend the conference "Jump-Start REE": Financing Models for Residential Energy Efficiency in Bosnia and Herzegovina, which will take place on 2 November 2017 at the Novotel Sarajevo Bristol hotel starting at 9:30.
Post date: 25 Oct 2017
Save the date: Conference “Jump-Start REE” Financing models for Residential Energy Efficiency in Bosnia and Herzegovina
2 November 2017, Hotel Bristol, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Conference organised by ENOVA and Habitat for Humanity International
Supported by: USAID
Post date: 13 Oct 2017
Upon the request of Habitat for Humanity International, Metropolitan Research Institute (MRI) has completed an in-depth research of energy efficiency renovation subsidy schemes in Central European countries (Hungary, Poland,
Post date: 14 Mar 2017
In line with the REELIH project, Habitat for Humanity worked with its long time partner Metropolitan Research Insitute (MRI) to conduct a study on Central and Eastern European countries having an experience with large scale renovations of multi-apartment buildings. The aim of the study was to analyse the main national subsidy schemes aiming to assist the energy efficient renovation of multi-family buildings in Central and Eastern Europe.
Post date: 8 Mar 2017
Two dominant and closely related problems the world faces today are the lack of uncertainty in energy supply on the one hand, and environmental pollution and climate change as a result of excessive energy consumption on the other hand. One of the ways to reduce negative impacts and positively influence sustainable development is the efficient use of energy. Energy efficiency makes us less vulnerable to energy shortages, reduces pollution and directly affects the improvement of living conditions.
Post date: 23 Feb 2017
Reducing Energy Poverty by Energy Efficiency Projects in Residential Buildings: The Case for Eastern Europe
Post date: 20 Feb 2017
Energy poverty is one of the most pressing issues in Central and Eastern Europe. By addressing energy efficient retrofitting of multi-unit apartment buildings, the REELIH (residential energy efficiency for low income households) project is working to promote an innovative approach to reduce energy poverty.
Post date: 7 Feb 2017