HUPFAS je hrvatska udruga proizvođača toplinsko-fasadnih sustava.

Članice Udruge su 18 renomiranih tvrtki s 1,500 zaposlenih u građevinskoj branši koje se bave proizvodnjom i tržišnim plasiranjem toplinsko-fasadnih sustava. Više o udruzi, ciljevima i strategiji.


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Croatia and the European construction industry can permanently end this crisis

19 leading companies in the Croatian construction market, including all the members from the REC national partner HUPFAS and URSA, highlight in a co-signed op-ed in several media, the key role the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) plays for sustainable warm homes.

The renovation of F/G level public buildings to B/C will signify a decrease in final energy consumption by 90%.

Meanwhile, each billion invested to energy efficiency can create 29,000 jobs in Croatia.

The op-ed was published in 4 different media outlets:

REDay2022 - President Ursula von der Leyen Video Address (Croatian Subtitles)

European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen addressed via video in her opening speech the audience of REDay2022.

In here remarks she emphasised how making our buildings energy efficient is indispensable in the fight against climate change and increasing the EU’s energy resilience and independence, and how the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive is our opportunity to do so.


2021 - Renovate 2 Recover: How Transformational are the National Recovery Plans for Buildings Renovation?

National Recovery and Resilience Plans (NRRPs) present a unique opportunity to accelerate the delivery of deep renovation across the EU. The analysis of the NRRPs in this Study demonstrates that significant renovation activity is planned and will be made possible through the successive disbursements of the Recovery Funding. But these renovations must be done properly, and the money must be spent well. This unprecedented additional injection of public funds must set the EU building stock firmly on the path to achieving its Renovation Wave goals to 2030 and meeting the 2050 climate targets.

For NRRPs to be transformational towards achieving these goals, two key aspects need to be strengthened:

  1. Ensure funding delivers a step change towards realising deep (or staged deep) renovations, going well beyond the 30% minimum energy saving recommendation set by the European Commission.
  2. Invest in the right enabling framework, including leverage of private finance, to create sustainable renovation markets that will grow beyond 2026.

Croatian profile from the study commissioned by the Renovate Europe Campaign and conducted by E3G with input from HUPFAS.

Click here to read the Full Croatian Profile in the study


In the context of Renovate Europe Day 2020, the Croatian National Partner HUPFAS interviewed Mr. Zeljko Uhlir, State Secretary at the Ministry of Physical Planning, Construction and State Assets about how Croatia will prioritise energy renovation of buildings in its National Recovery and Resilience Plan.