Resources - events
Les copropriétés représentent un gisement conséquent de logements à rénover avec comme principale difficulté la complexité des processus décisionnelles en raison notamment du mode de gouvernance.
Un large éventail d’acteurs est impliqué. Des synergies se développent pour favoriser des approches globales au sein de ce marché en pleine évolution.
Les enjeux pointés sont réglementaires, techniques, financiers sans oublier les aspects liés à la communication. Plusieurs méthodes et outils (y compris numériques) se déploient pour favoriser le passage à l’acte.
Caisse des dépôts (Paris)
“BRINGING THE BUILDINGS SECTOR TOGETHER TO DELIVER A RENOVATION REVOLUTION”
In April, countries around the world signed the historic Paris Agreement reached at COP 21. Europe must now raise its ambition, and one of the greatest environmental and societal challenges we collectively face is the renovation of Europe’s buildings.
Delivering the ambitious climate change targets of the Paris Agreement can only be achieved through the effective combination of energy efficiency and renewable energy. Together, they offer the best opportunity to quickly and cost-effectively move towards a decarbonised energy system. It is important that both are delivered through integrated policies and measures in a holistic manner.
Maison de la Culture du Japon (Paris)
CEN-CENELEC meeting centre (Bruxelles)
The EuroACE Informal Session gathered around 25 participants from all over Europe and was the opportunity for EuroACE to present the results of its recent series of workshops that discussed how to improve the EPBD.
C4E Forum (Bulgaria)
Renovate Europe held a breakfast briefing, hosted by MEP Theresa Griffin, on the theme of energy renovation and consumers on 15th June in the European Parliament in the context of the upcoming review of key buildings-related legislation in the autumn.
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This workshop aims to provide participants with practical instruments and methodologies, which can support the acceleration of energy efficiency actions. The workshop is structured around four thematic blocks:
Science Centre NEMO, Amsterdam
Globalisation, disruptive technologies, emerging business models and growing sustainability concerns are putting unprecedented pressure on European industry to adapt, while also representing a significant opportunity for all players.
European Climate Foundation, Brussels
The main goal of the workshop is to share knowledge and experience for accelerating and streamlining the processes of enabling an embedding energy efficiency behaviours. To this aim, the workshop facilitates discussion of the recent initiatives on behavioural changes for achieving energy efficiency and, consequently, environmental goals, allows for collaboration and collective learning among attendees; as well as the current state of related strategies in light of the mentioned objectives.
NATO Energy Security Centre of Excellence. Vilnius. Lithuania