EmBuildProject reference: 695169
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Empower public authorities to establish a long-term strategy for mobilizing investment in the energy efficient renovation of the building stock
Total cost:EUR 1 554 192,5
EU contribution:EUR 1 554 192,5
Topic(s):EE-07-2015 - Enhancing the capacity of public authorities to plan and implement sustainable energy policies and measures
Call for proposal:H2020-EE-2015-3-MarketUptakeSee other projects for this call
Funding scheme:CSA - Coordination and support action
40% of all energy consumption and 36% of CO2 emissions in the European Union arise in private and public buildings. Thus, major advancements have to be made in this sector to reach the EU’s climate and energy targets. Energy-efficient buildings will also contribute to the vision of secure, affordable and climate-friendly energy for citizens and businesses as well as generating additional societal, environmental and economic benefits.
To strengthen policies that promote retrofitting and modernizing existing buildings, the EU has adopted the Directive 2012/27/EU on Energy Efficiency (EED). It requires EU Member States and candidate countries to establish a long-term strategy for mobilizing investment in the renovation of the national building by 30 April 2014, and every 3 years thereafter. These action plans are an integral part of a country’s National Energy Efficiency Action Plans. As of May 2015, 27 EU Member States have adhered to the requirement of Article 4, EED, and submitted their national building renovation strategy, albeit most did not meet the April deadline and some submitted their strategies as late as March 2015.
However, the requirements to prepare these renovation strategies appear to have overburdened most EU member states. According to an analysis conducted by the Buildings Performance Institute Europe, only five countries have at least adequately complied with the five core elements described in Article 4 of the EED. To date, no renovation strategy has been submitted that can count as a ‘best practice’ and provide orientation for other countries.
The project EmBuild (Empower public authorities to establish a long-term strategy for mobilizing investment in the energy efficient renovation of the building stock) is designed to empower public authorities at local, regional and national level, to formulate renovation strategies for the building sector that foster deep renovation and facilitate the acceleration of the renovation.
EU contribution: EUR 282 687,5
Dag-Hammarskjold Weg 1-5
EU contribution: EUR 141 950
KOROSKA CESTA 37A
EU contribution: EUR 187 850
87435 KEMPTEN ALLGAU
EU contribution: EUR 221 098,75
RUE DE LA SCIENCE 23
EU contribution: EUR 67 437,5
MASION DES ASSOCIATIONS 1A PLACE DES ORPHELINS
EU contribution: EUR 193 687,5
EU contribution: EUR 83 560
BULEVARDUL REPUBLICII 2-4 ET 6
EU contribution: EUR 90 375
STUDENTSKI TRG 1
EU contribution: EUR 165 075
ANDRIJE ZAJE 10
EU contribution: EUR 120 471,25
BUL HRISTO SMIRNENSKY 1 ET 3