Financial viability of NZEBs through AdoRes : Abracadabra financial tools and lessons learnt to support the building energy revolution

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ABRACADABRA team is glad to invite you to the webinar “Financial viability of NZEBs through AdoRES: ABRACADABRA financial tools and lessons learnt to support the building energy revolution” .31 January 2019 at 10:00-11:30 CET. The webinar aims at answering the following questions :””How AdoRES can trigger – at a Financial standpoint – the Deep Renovation of Buildings towards NZEBs?”.

During the webinar, the Financial tools developed in the framework of ABRACADABRA project and the feasibility of case studies all over Europe will be presented in order to demonstrate that the “ABRACADABRA way” can be a pillar of the EU to support energy transition. 

Financial Experts, Building Professionals, Local Authorities, Property owners, Policy makers from local governments and regional authorities, practitioners, and researchers are invited to the third ABRACADABRA webinar focusing on Financial viability of NZEBs through AdoRes. 

About ABRACADABRA

The European funded project ABRACADABRA is based on the prior assumption that non-energy-related benefits play a key role in the deep renovation of existing buildings. In particular, ABRA actions focus on the creation of a substantial increase of the real estate value of the existing buildings through a significant energy and architectural transformation.

ABRACADABRA’s main targets l consist of an important reduction of the payback time of the interventions, a strengthening of the key investors’ confidence, increasing quality and attractiveness of the existing buildings’ stock and, finally, reaching a concrete market acceleration towards the Nearly Zero Energy Buildings target.

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