Supporting smart financing implementation for energy efficient Balkan buildings

Effective and de-risked energy efficiency investments require cooperation and interactions between multiple ranges of stakeholders: from the highest administrative level to homeowners and small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). The EU-funded SMAFIN project will create permanent discussion forums between government, regional and local administration, industry, energy service companies and construction on the one hand, and SMEs and homeowners on the other, aiming to detect best practices and improve national policies on energy efficiency investments. These forums will assess and upgrade existing practices, develop strategies, follow their implementation, and jointly establish template documents and contracts for better functioning of the market. They will also act as a permanent interaction and experience exchange between all stakeholders.

The role of INZEB

INZEB is participating is all technical works that are implemented in SMAFIN project, including the market assessment and the collection of financing models and the national energy efficiency policies reviews.
INZEB is leading the 4th Work Package (WP) which is the core WP of the project focusing in defining the appropriate stakeholders, implement the carefully planned and well managed stakeholder engagement activities and establish national roundtables in the four (4) participating countries, namely Greece, Croatia, Romania, and Bulgaria. The aim of the national roundtables is to trigger discussions and draw conclusions, build knowledge capacity among the stakeholders, and enhance networking that will lead to potential synergies and common implementation activities, as well as to support higher level decision making providing policy recommendations in financing energy efficiency. Under the same WP, policy recommendations and development of strategies are foreseen to boost energy efficiency investments in the participating countries.
In addition, INZEB has developed the communication and dissemination strategy plan for the SMAFIN project while it maintains the project visibility through the three social media channels LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook.
Check out the national factsheets that have been prepared by INZEB after the implementation of the 1st round of national forums: Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, Romania

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