Blogpost: The Central and Eastern European Region: Front line of the renovation battle (C4E Forum)

It is time to stop beating around the bush and take drastic measures to improve the performance of our buildings and renovation presents itself as the only sustainable option to tackle the ongoing energy security crisis and strengthen the EU’s resilience and independence towards geopolitical or other factors, writes Adrian Joyce.

Op-ed: Eyes to the horizon during a crisis (Energy Monitor)

Published by Energy Monitor on: 26 October 2022 | Building renovations need the same, urgent financial aid as energy price relief to avoid future energy crises in Europe, writes Adrian Joyce.

Registrations open for REDay2022

Registrations for Renovate Europe Day 2022 (27th October, 14:00-16:00 CET) open. Online (Webex) or on-site (European Parliament, Brussels).

Briefings – Speeding Up the Delivery for Renovation

The Renovate Europe Campaign alongside E3G and the support of our national partners publishes two briefings on “Speeding Up the Delivery for Renovation”. One on “Investing in Skills” and a second on “Investing and Advisory Services and One-Stop-Shops”.

Renovating Europe’s buildings: opportunities for workforce upskilling in cohesion funding (#EURegionsWeek 2022)

Reducing energy demand is the sustainable answer to protect citizens against rising energy prices. To deliver on massive energy renovation programmes required to secure such energy-saving gains we need a much greater focus on workforce upskilling. This session, co-organised by Renovate Europe, E3G and the EFBWW, will focus on the needs of today’s workforce in terms of building renovations and will highlight funding opportunities in the multiannual financial framework (MFF) for 2021-2027 to help regions and cities step up to the challenge. Moderator: Adrian Joyce, Director of…

Renovate Europe co-signs a joint letter on MEPS

Renovate Europe, alongside 26 other leading industry players, NGOs, think tanks and investors, co-signs a joint letter calling Members of the European Parliament to adopt ambitious Minimum Energy Performance Standards (MEPS) in the EPBD recast.