We would like to share with you our latest publication “IMPROVING THE ENERGY EFFICIENCY OF RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS IN REVITALISATION AREAS – TOOLKIT” – it is published and can be downloaded from EDINA project website.
The publication contains – among others, information on improving energy efficiency in revitalization areas and methods of comprehensive improvement of energy efficiency by improving the technical performance of buildings in the investment processes. The toolkit is dedicated to: city/municipal offices with municipal revitalization programs or other subsidy programs supporting the renovation of private buildings, property owners/managers, housing communities/cooperatives, social housing association, NGOs, or other interested parties.
The toolkit is the result of a two-year project entitled: “EDINA -Energy efficient development of Special Revitalisation Zones and urban areas ”. The leader of the project is The Polish Institute for Urban and Regional Development, while the partners are: the Energy Conservation Foundation and the Initiative Wohnungswirtschaft Osteuropa (IWO e.V.).
The videos summarising the EDINA project are available here: https://edina.irmir.pl/improving-energy-efficiency-of-buildings-in-revitalization-areas-films/
Within the project duration a series of webinars under “Revitalization Academy” was organized. Webinars were recorded and those in English were covering the topics ( link available under the title):
- INTRODUCTION TO ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND URBAN REGENERATION
- The way to integrate energy-efficient housing renovation and urban regeneration
- Great examples of integration of deep renovation and urban regeneration
- Rocketing the renovation projects. The pace of deep energy-efficient renovation in the capital city of Lithuania, Vilnius
- Climate neutral quarters: inspirations and learnings and Serial Refurbishment – path to reach climate neutral quarters
- PRO-Heritage Best Practice Examples for Energy Efficient Historic Buildings
We invite you to check out the webinars and other materials that were developed under the EDINA project https://edina.irmir.pl/en/
We hope those would be useful and help us all to improve energy efficiency in Europe.
EDINA project Team