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The Business Case of Sustainable Buildings in Greece

1st Forum for Sustainable Buildings in GreeceIMPLEMENTATION & THE BUSINESS CASE FOR SUSTAINABLE BUILDINGS IN GREECE 18/10/2014 Section 1 – THE CONTEXT AND CHARACTERISTICS OF SUSTAINABLE BUILDINGS The wider context of sustainable buildings will be presented with clarity (Definition of sustainable building, greenwashing, transparency, stakeholders, leading sustainability certification systems (BREEAM & LEED), sustainability performance of …

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RenoValue: Roundtable with Stakeholders at the European Parliament

Integrating Sustainability in Property Valuation Highlights from the high-level roundtable European Parliament | 26 January 2016 The use of property valuation is an essential aspect of the property lifecycle: that is why encouraging energy efficiency and renewable energy needs to start here. To accelerate the market transition towards nearly Zero-Energy Buildings, it is essential to …

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RenoValue: Market Insights Report

Within the framework of the RenoValue project, which is funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe (IEE), a report was conducted regarding the real estate connection to sustainability and energy efficiency factors.The results, which are presented in this report, are based on the findings of a series of roundtable discussions, on the results of a survey which was conducted in …

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Energy Efficiency Conference 2015

The 3rd Energy Efficiency conference takes place on Thursday, May 21, 2015, dynamically focusing on the issue of energy efficiency and savings. Greece is one of the most energy-intensive regions in Europe and could save over 200 million euros a year with rational energy management measures. The conference, organised by the Plant Management of Boussias …

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Energy Performance Certificates Across the EU

The report, published by the BPIE (Building’s Performance Institute Europe), analyses the national approaches of EU member states regarding the certification of the energy efficiency of their buildings. The conclusion is that Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) are among the most important factors that contribute to increasing the energy efficiency of the European building stock. However, …

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The Role of Building Renovation in the EU Investment Strategy

Self-sufficiency, faster diffusion, and wider socially better choice: ambitious projects are the choice for Strategic Investments According to the programmes of the Construction Sector, “the European Fund for Strategic Investments must allocate funds for radical renovation projects of buildings“. A new report published today by Copenhagen Economics concludes that radical renovation projects are more cost-effective …

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Fuel Poverty Mitigation through Energy Efficiency in Buildings

On 25.02.2015 the European Buildings Performance Institute Europe (BPIE), presented a poster entitled: “Tackling energy poverty through energy efficiency of buildings”, which complements the already published report “Reducing energy poverty in Europe”. This poster attempts a concise and easy-to-understand analysis of European data on energy poverty, as well as the main causes and possible solutions …

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INZEB: National Partner of European Alliance to Save Energy

It is our great pleasure to announce that INZEB is among the European Alliance to Save Energy – (EU-ASE) partners. The European Alliance to Save Energy was established at the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP16) in December 2010. The members of the Alliance are some of Europe’s leading multinational companies, a prominent cross-party group of European politicians and …

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EuroACE: Council Failure on 2030 Energy Efficiency Target

The European Council today adopted its Climate and Energy Package for 2030 and has chosen to go for a 27% indicative Energy Efficiency Target. It is a dismal agreement that falls short of the Commission’s unambitious proposal, which was made in July. EuroACE member companies have systematically called for a binding 40% Energy Efficiency Target …

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