C4E Forum 2021
Central & Eastern European Energy Efficiency Forum is the most important gathering in the region regarding energy efficiency, therefore RenoHUb will be there to introduce the project to the international experts. Let’s meet in the tranquil mountain resort Poiana Brasov, Romania on 21-24 September 2021! Registration and further information here.
Learn more about RenoHUb’s research about homeowners at the Stakeholders’ engagement and the role of consumers – Replication workshop of PROSPECT2030
13.00-13.10 Welcome and introduction by Żaneta Latarowska (Mazovia Energy Agency)
13.10-13.30 Designing a better building renovation process together: People-planet approach for stakeholder engagement by Charlotte Eloise Stancioff and Luigia, Ekubirojs
13.30-13.50 Homeowners’ fears, motivations, drivers and obstacles to energy renovations – the results of RenoHUb project’s market research by Dr. Fanni Sáfián, Hungarian Energy Efficiency Institute (MEHI)
13.50-14.00 First Q&A session
14.00-14.15 Stakeholder engagement as the essential aspect for implementation of SEAPs by Mr. Stefan Drexlmeier, Energiewende Oberland
14.15-14.35 Stakeholder engagement for SECAP development and implementation; PentaHelix project by Ms. Ana Lovrak, UNIZAG FSB (University of Zagreb)
14.35-14.45 Second Q&A session
Please register your participation here:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
RenoHUb entrance at PROSPECT2030 Workshop
RenoHUb project was presented by Zsuzsanna Koritár, managing director of the Hungarian Energy Efficiency Institute (MEHI, RenoHUb consortium partner) at the PROSPECT2030 Second International Workshop on 24th of March, 2021.
This second workshop organised by PROSPECT2030 focused on the topic of energy efficiency in buildings. Six experts from Croatia, Italy, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Poland and Hungary shared their extensive knowledge in the field of reducing the energy use and the associated greenhouse gas emission of buildings.
How to boost mass renovations?
Prospects for upgrading the energy performance of the Hungarian building stock
In Hungary, the largest energy consumers are buildings, accounting for 40% of the country’s final energy consumption alone. But how can we help to increase the scale of residential building renovations in the next period?
At the event we focus on looking for answers with our professional presenters to the challenges related to the economic, financial, technical, social and consumer attitudes that we have to face today in order to renovate the building stock. What kind of tools and solutions are available to overcome these challenges, and what can be done by the specific (state, municipality, business, professional, financial, individual) stakeholders? More info here.