EU Commission’s survey on architects’ activities in the field of energy renovation and nearly zero energy buildings

 Architecture  building performance  energy renovation  nzeb
Published by Pierre Obajtek

In order to inform its future policy-making, the European Commission is currently conducting a survey across Europe on architects’ activities with respect to energy renovation and nearly zero energy buildings (nzeb). The survey shall enable to better understand solutions developed by architects, barriers to their implementation and drivers behind architects’ and clients’ choices. Read the EU Commission’s letter of support for more details.

The Architects’ Council of Europe invites architects established in the EU to participate in this survey in order to share their views and experience.

You are an architect? answer the survey at: https://web70.gfk.com/projects/BEL_471419_A/addrandom.asp (If you get an error message when clicking on the link, then copy-paste the link in your browser)

The survey is available in all EU languages and should take approximately 10-15 minutes to complete.  

The consultancy in charge of the survey will treat your answers fully anonymously. For more details on how it ensures the confidentiality of your responses, click here

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