Building Renovation Passports: the journey to better renovation. BPIE organizes the workshop “Building Renovation Passports: the journey to better renovation”, that will be held on Monday, October 8, 2018.
The workshop, supported by the EU-funded project iBRoad, will present the concept of the Building Renovation Passport (BRP) and its usefulness in supporting buildings renovation in the EU. In addition, the event will aim at assessing the market readiness of this new tool. The debate addressing these topics will be supported by presentations of case studies from three countries (Belgium, France, Germany). The workshop is held in association with the Renovate Europe Day on the following day.
The workshop will be an opportunity to:
– Present and discuss the Building Renovation Passport, its features and how it can support the financing and quality of energy efficiency renovation works.
– Present the logbook, which data can be accessed and used to design renovation plans while protecting confidentiality at the same time.
– Share best practice experiences from Germany, France and Belgium.
– Engage experts, practitioners and policy makers in an informed discussion on strategies to make its uptake possible.
Moderator: Oliver Rapf (BPIE)
Registration and coffee
Welcome and introduction – Oliver Rapf (BPIE)
Session 1- What is the interest in Building Renovation Passports (BRPs)?
The role of BRPs in supporting buildings renovation in the EU – Maarten De Groote (BPIE)
Presentation of the German case – Ann-Cathrin Horward (BAFA)
Presentation of the French case – Jean-Noel Geist (Expérience P2E)
Presentation of the Belgian case – Roel Vermeiren (VEA)
Ann-Cathrin Horward (BAFA)
Roel Vermeiren (VEA)
Jean-Noel Geist (Expérience P2E)
Maarten de Groote (BPIE)
Paula Rey Garcia (DG ENER)
Session 2: Is the market ready for the BRP?
Eugenio Quintieri (EBC)
Déborah Leboullenger (EeMAP)
Marco Marijewycz (eon) (tbc)
Adrian Joyce (Renovate Europe)
Bendt Bendtsen (MEP)
Monday, October 8, 2018, from 13:30 to 17:30 CET at The Office (Rue d’Arlon 80, 1040 Brussels, Belgium)
The Buildings Performance Institute Europe (BPIE) is a not-for-profit think-tank with a focus on independent analysis and knowledge dissemination, supporting evidence-based policy-making in the field of energy performance in buildings, throughout Europe and beyond.
BPIE has a multifaceted approach to achieving efficiency improvements in buildings, and promotes policy support to further improve regulatory measures, financial incentives and market conditions that lead to the construction and retrofit of buildings with a high energy performance. The focus is on ensuring the vigorous implementation of the EU Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) and the Energy Efficiency Directive (EED) across EU Member States, as well as to enhance financing of deep energy renovation of the existing buildings.
BPIE provides open-source research, analysis, knowledge-sharing and advisory activities to the European Institutions, policy-makers in EU Member States and neighbouring countries, the scientific community as well as private sector stakeholders and the civil society.
– BYinnovation is Partner BPIE
You can register to the event at this link.