How to implement Integrated Home Renovation Services – Examples from Europe
On 15th March 2022, from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm CET, Opengela and the Covenant of Mayors – Europe invite other IHRS from around Europe to show how they set up their One-Stop-Shop and their particularities.
Urban regeneration is one of the key sectors for an energy-efficient Europe. Because only 1% of buildings undergo energy-efficient renovation every year, effective action is crucial to making Europe climate-neutral (net-zero emissions) by 2050.
Following the publishing of the European Commission’s Proposals for revision of pieces of legislation, as part of the Green Deal, special attention was given to the renovation of buildings. However, building renovation is not always an easy path to follow for all citizens. Apart from the typical burden when one renovates its home, the difficulties to find and afford certified professionals may be one too many. To counter this downfall, many cities and regions in Europe have developed services to help their population in their renovation journey.
This includes the Integrated Home Renovation Services (IHRS), like one-stop-shops or online platforms, which play an important advice and information centre for citizens or professionals. Integrated Home Renovation Services is a hot topic, as proofs in the publication of Adrien Bullier and Christophe Milin: Towards large-scale roll out of “integrated home renovation services” in Europe.
In this joint webinar, Opengela and the Covenant of Mayors for Climate and Energy – Europe invite other Superhomes2030 and GiDomus projects to show how they set up their One-Stop-Shop and their particularities.
15/03 - 15/03/2022