How do international R&D projects support the development of nearly-zero energy buildings?
Since 1st January 2021, all new buildings in the European Union must meet standards of nearly zero-energy buildings (nZEB). In addition, each of the EU Member States is required to develop a long-term renovation plan of existing buildings and modernize its building stock on regular basis. However, despite the legal obligation, the development of the nZEB market faces many obstacles in the EU. These are both of technical and financial nature, as well as result from insufficient knowledge about modern technologies and their potential of application in the construction sector. For many years the European Union has been trying to overcome these barriers, inter alia, by financing R&D projects that address challenges related to the deployment of the nZEB standard in the EU.
What are the challenges of implementing nZEBs in different EU regions? What solutions developed within EU-funded projects effectively support the development of nZEBs? What training is available for professionals and technicians interested in working in the nZEB industry? These and other questions will be answered by the speakers during the free-of-charge webinar "Supporting the nZEB deployment in Europe - the experience of EU-funded projects", organized as part of the SMART4NZEB project.
- What: webinar "Supporting the nZEB deployment in Europe – the experience of EU-funded projects" (Agenda)
- When: 21.10.2021, 10:00 - 14:00 CEST
- Where: online - you will receive a confirmation of the registration with the connection link a few days before the event
- How: register now!
This project is co-funded by the European Union's COSME Programme.
This project is co-funded by the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education.