Local/regional/national authorities and facilitators

The iBRoad Renovation Roadmap and Logbook are subjected to field testing in the pilot countries, Bulgaria, Poland and Portugal.  
Post date: 6 Dec 2019
Type: Publication

The iBRoad individual Building Renovation Roadmap and Logbook were field-tested in Bulgaria, Poland and Portugal from March to May 2019. In parallel, the iBRoad Logbook was also field-tested in Germany. During the field test, 15 – 20 buildings per pilot country were examined in cooperation with certified local energy auditors. The local energy agencies, KAPE, EnEffect and ADENE, managed the field tests in their respective countries and strongly supported the implementation.
Post date: 6 Dec 2019
Type: News

Building the Green Way: Wide take-up of a versatile, proven, energy and cost efficient insulation technology  
Post date: 5 Dec 2019
Type: Link

Home Integrated renovation One-Stop-Shop for vulnerable districts
Post date: 5 Dec 2019
Type: Link

EEPLIANT 3 stands for “Energy Efficiency compliant products” and it is a follow up of a series of older projects, EEPLIANT 1 and EEPLIANT 2, started in 2015. It focuses on the benefits of the energy efficiency regulation and on checking the level of compliance of energy products on the market. The innovative aspect of the project consists in dealing with both vertical and horizontal components of market surveillance of energy efficiency.
Post date: 5 Dec 2019
Type: News

BUILD UPON2 proposes to address one of the main barriers stopping proper public management, and consequent upscaling of Deep Energy Efficiency Renovation: the lack of an adequate, widely shared Impact Framework.  
Post date: 4 Dec 2019
Type: Link

The report aims to identify, analyse and extract lessons learnt and guidelines from several promising home renovation services in Europe with a focus on: target group audience; offered service; relations between involved stakeholders; data required for operating the service; financial model; number of supported renovation projects and triggered investment.  
Post date: 4 Dec 2019
Type: Publication

New York City has introduced a bill that will rank and grade large buildings according to energy efficiency.   
Post date: 4 Dec 2019
Type: News

They look like ordinary windows but they're not. Inside each pane, there is a continuous flow of distilled water and glycol. The windows have been designed by researchers and architects working to create the energy-efficient buildings of tomorrow. The technology is being tested at an experimental pavilion in Sofia.
Post date: 4 Dec 2019
Type: News

Objective  
Post date: 4 Dec 2019
Type: Link