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ACE-Retrofitting invites you to Maastricht: explore the psycho-social aspects of energy retrofitting of condominiums

By Floriane Cappelletti on 11 October 2017

Understanding and accompanying owners in the energy retrofitting of their condominium

Workshop and site visit in Maastricht on 16 November 2017

You, too, see energy retrofitting of privately-owned condominiums in your city as a challenge? One big difficulty is how to help owners take the step from not wanting to retrofit to retrofitting. In order to know how condominiums can most-effectively be supported, the barriers for not taking action need to be better understood. In this symposium we will explore these underlying mechanisms, as well as some approaches and benefits of retrofitting.

The ACE-Retrofitting team invites you to take part in a workshop followed by a site visit, both aimed at focusing on the psycho-social aspects of the energy retrofitting of condominiums, identifying the barriers and game changers and new governance approaches to be tested by cities to accelerate the renovation of condominiums.

The event is open to building and energy managers in cities, local energy agencies, elected representatives as well as other stakeholders involved in the energy retrofitting of condominiums.

Interested? Click here to learn more about this event!

The ACE-Retrofitting project aims to develop a governance model facilitated by cities linking owners and building professionals to accelerate condominium energy retrofitting. The CoachCopro tool will be upgraded and adapted to other countries. The consortium is composed of Agence Parisienne du Climat (FR), Maastricht University (NL), Energy House Antwerp (BE), the City of Liège (BE), Aberdeen City Council (UK), Frankfurt Energy Agency (DE), the City of Maastricht (NL), Changeworks (UK) and Energy Cities (coordinator). Study visits are organised in the partner cities of the consortium.

www.nweurope.eu/ace-retrofitting

The ACE-Retrofitting project is co-financed by the Interreg-North West Europe programme and the ADEME.

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