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ZEMedS School Technical & Financial Toolkit_nZEB* renovation for Mediterranean schools

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The ZEMedS’s project (Zero Energy MEDiterranean Schools) is a 3-year project co-funded by the European Commission within the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme (IEE) that promotes the renovation of schools in a Mediterranean climate to be nearly Zero-Energy Buildings (nZEB).

 

The main goal of ZEMedS is to increase the knowledge and know-how on the nZEB renovation of schools in Mediterranean climates and give support to several new initiatives on the nZEB refurbishment of schools in the region.

 

One of the means that support this goal is a technical and financial toolkit intended to provide regional public institutions, decision-makers, building designers, contractors and other professionals with valuable information on appropriate techniques and financial resources and mechanisms to implement nearly Zero-Energy Buildings (nZEB) renovation initiatives in schools (primary and secondary education).

 

The Toolkit incorporates detailed information on the benefits, technical strategies, available technologies, regional perspectives, public and private funding mechanisms and best practice studies on nZEB renovation of schools. Renovation with the ZEMedS’ strategy include high energy and indoor environment goals.

 

This Toolkit has been created as an interactive PDF, which will allow the user to easily navigate around the document and its external information sources, by using embedded links.

 

 

You may access the Toolkit here.