Presentations: Energy Efficiency Watch – Building Renovation

EU Energy efficiency policy - closing the gap 
MEP Claude Turmes, European Parliament, President Eufores

Deep renovation of buildings around the globe
Jens Laustsen, Denmark

The Energy Efficiency Watch initiative - results and outlook
Jan Geiss, Eufores

Cost optimal levels for building renovation

The new EPBD and its cost optimal requirement setting
Michaela Holl, European Commission, Directorate-General for Energy

What is the "cost-optimum" for building renovation?
Nils Borg eceee

EPBD implementation: optimising towards nearly zero buildings
Gerhard Dell, O.Ö. Energiesparverband, Austria

An analysis of costs of building modernisations
Eberhard Hinz, IWU - Institut Wohnen und Umwelt, Germany

Programmes & Examples

LessEN is more: a global initiative for building renovation
Alexandra Notay, Urban Land Institute, UK

Smart cities - urban strategies for energy efficiency
Theodor Zillner, Federal Ministry for Transport, 
Innovation and Technology, Austria

From audits to real savings
Aare Vabamägi, Estonian Climate and Energy Agency, Estonia

High-performance building retrofits in the North-East US
Andrew M. Shapiro, Energy Balance, USA

"Serve": upgrading 400 buildings
Seamus Hoyne, Tipperary Institute, Ireland

Project Flash

The role of energy performance certificates in purchasing decisions
Hermann Amecke, Climate Policy Initiative, DIW Berlin, Germany

Energy efficiency in architecture competitions
Hana Riemer, Technische Universität München, Germany

Successful building renovation programme
Jean-Luc Sadorge, Pôle Alsace Energivie, France

Cost efficient low energy retrofits
Helmut Poppe, Poppe*Prehal, Austria

CFL's for 21 million households
Mohammad Hassan Zarbakhsh, Iran Energy Efficiency organisation, Iran

Promoting energy efficiency to the Russian building sector
Ksenia Petrichenko, Central European University, Russia