Integrated strategies and policy instruments for retrofitting buildings to reduce primary energy use and GHG emissions (INSPIRE): Eracobuild: Final report

Martin Jakob, Walter Ott, Bernadett Kiss, Ludovic Fülöp, Davide Maneschi, Viorel Ungurenau, Roman Bolliger, Sonja Kallio, Hristina Chobanova, Claudio Nägeli, Remo Forster, Stefan von Grünigen, Arne Remmen, Mette Mosgaard, Christoffer Kirk Strandgaard, Alexandru Botici, Asko Talja

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Abstract

The geographic scope of the project "Integrated strategies and policy instruments for retrofitting buildings to reduce primary energy use and GHG emissions" (INSPIRE) is on four European countries: Denmark, Romania, Sweden and Switzerland. The building sector accounts for 40% to 50% of the final energy consumption in these countries. While in the European Union (EU) energy-related requirements for new buildings are constantly increasing (e.g. EPBD; nearly zero energy buildings up to 2020), the improvement of energy performance of the existing building stock constitutes a major challenge for the future, especially with relation to the greenhouse gas emissions reduction goals of 2050. The mastering of this challenge requires the identification of cost optimal retrofit strategies to achieve maximal reduction of energy consumption and carbon emissions through and within building renovation.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherBundesamt für Energie BFE
Number of pages188
Publication statusPublished - 2014
MoE publication typeD4 Published development or research report or study

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Greenhouse gases
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Jakob, Martin ; Ott, Walter ; Kiss, Bernadett ; Fülöp, Ludovic ; Maneschi, Davide ; Ungurenau, Viorel ; Bolliger, Roman ; Kallio, Sonja ; Chobanova, Hristina ; Nägeli, Claudio ; Forster, Remo ; von Grünigen, Stefan ; Remmen, Arne ; Mosgaard, Mette ; Strandgaard, Christoffer Kirk ; Botici, Alexandru ; Talja, Asko. / Integrated strategies and policy instruments for retrofitting buildings to reduce primary energy use and GHG emissions (INSPIRE): Eracobuild : Final report. Bundesamt für Energie BFE, 2014. 188 p.
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Bundesamt für Energie BFE, 2014. 188 p.

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