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[iBRoad Final Conference] Step by step, measure by measure: Building Renovation Passports – delivering the renovation wave for our buildings
24 November 2020, online, 9:30-13:00 CET
The EU Renovation Wave aims to double the EU annual energy renovation rate by 2030 to cut emissions, boost economic recovery and reduce energy poverty. It is a much needed and ambitious initiative, and its implementation calls for accordingly powerful tools and policies, including Building Renovation Passports & Digital Building Logbooks, and a ‘deep renovation’ standard as part of the revision of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD).
iBRoad, funded by Horizon 2020, has successfully delivered and tested Building Renovation Passports and Logbooks for deep renovation. iBRoad has teamed up with several initiatives working on or using such tools and methods. iBRoad’s final conference will provide participants with the opportunity to review and discuss:
- The relation of Building Renovation Passports and Digital Building Logbooks with Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs)
- The past, present and promising future of these tools
- Why public authorities would choose to adopt them and why citizens would want them
- What policies can turn Building Renovation Passports into catalysts for investments in renovation
The conference aims to contribute to the dialogue ahead of the EPBD revision by demonstrating the immediate potential of tested solutions, and by highlighting best practices for delivering a decarbonised and healthy building stock to the EU and beyond.
This conference is open to anyone interested in the future of building renovations in Europe.
Attendance to the conference is free, but prior registration is required. Click here to register.
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