The BPIE report illustrates a diversity of approaches – some mandatory, some voluntary – to address the challenge of renovating buildings. These examples can serve as inspiration and motivation for policy makers, scheme administrators, investors, industry and indeed any stakeholder to use the experience outlined to influence the renovation market in a positive way. And, while the schemes described in the report are good examples of renovation, each has been through a learning process, and indeed there is scope for further improvement so as to increase the depth of renovation (to avoid lock-in) and to increase uptake rates. As governments and multi-national bodies around the world consider their response to the challenges of climate change energy security and provision of affordable energy, the ability to point to replicable schemes that are successfully delivering results is of paramount importance.