Webinar: Building Renovation Passports and One-Stop-Shops

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ADENE promotes the next webinar of the Efficient Buildings Community

07 MAY 2021
11:00 - 12:00 CET

On 7 May 2021 at 11:00 CET, ADENE, the Portuguese Energy Agency, partner of the Efficient Building Community, will organize a webinar to discuss how public buildings can benefit from Building Renovation Passports and One-Stop-shops, considering the importance of the implementation of this kind of specific policies and instruments, to achieve the goals set by the Renovation Wave and the Long-Term Renovation Strategies.

Building Renovation Passports and Digital Building Logbooks are essentially renovation roadmaps that building owners can use to plan deep renovations, collect all relevant information in a unique place and get an up-to-date overview of their building across its lifetime.

One-stop-shops are also important tools to promote building renovations by centralising a range of services, including technical and social diagnosis, coordination of suppliers, financing support and monitoring of the implemented measures. One-stop-shops are the tool ‘par excellence’ that helps building owners apply the measures identified in the Building Renovation Passports.  By allowing this at large scale, one-stop-shops have the potential of being a centre of up-to-date information on the building stock, which could be very useful to local and national authorities as a monitoring tool for public policies implementation. In addition to this, Building Renovation Passports and Ones-stop-shops might also facilitate the improvement of energy efficiency levels in public buildings.

The debate will try to answer to the following questions:

  • How can Building Renovation Passports contribute to the Renovation Wave and the Long-Term Renovation Strategies?
  • Are one-stop-shops a good tool to promote Building Renovation Passports implementation?
  • How can Building Renovation Passports and one-stop-shops support massive public building renovation at regional and local level?

The webinar will be held in English.

Participation is free.

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