Cost efficient options and financing mechanisms for nearly zero energy renovation of existing building stock

From the left, Gaetano Cacciola, Vice Mayor of City of Messina, (Italy) Stella Fanou, ENEA (Italy) The Coordinator of CERtuS-project and Philip Moseley, EASME Advisor for CERtuS-project.

Cost efficient options and financing mechanisms for nearly zero energy renovation of existing building stock


A very interesting EC financed project has been selected to take part to the Networking Village during the Sutainable Energy Week 2016.  Interesting as it is involving Municipalities, energy service companies and financing entities from all economically stricken Southern European countries and because it aims to facilitate EU Directives for increasing the number of nearly zero-energy buildings in the public sector.
The European Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU imposes strict energy effici...


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