EASME

Buildings

Buildings

Buildings represent 40% of final energy consumption, offering the highest potential for efficiency improvement and savings on energy bills. Funding in this area aims at:  

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  • Reducing the cost of renovations targeting improved energy efficiency
  • Achieving Nearly Zero-Energy Buildings (NZEB) performance
  • Removing market barriers
  • Stimulating the market for energy efficiency driven renovations
  • Enabling further harmonisation in calculation of energy performance and certification of buildings
  • Having a qualified building workforce including appropriate certification and accreditation schemes
  • Encouraging citizen's engagement in energy efficiency
  • Working towards the interoperability and interaction with energy grids of buildings and their energy management systems.
  • Supporting the activities of the contractual Public-Private Partnership on Energy efficient Buildings

Funding opportunities

Latest reports:



 
 
Evaluation of the BUILD UP Skills initiative under the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme - Report

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BUILD UP Skills Evaluation Report

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BUIL UP Skills Evaluation Report

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Evaluation of building projects under the Intelligent Energy Europe II ProgrammeEvaluation of building projects under the Intelligent Energy Europe II Programme

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Evaluation of building projects under the Intelligent Energy Europe II Programme


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