Participate in the STUNNING survey on barriers for energy-efficient refurbishments
The EU-funded, Horizon 2020 project STUNNING, which promotes knowledge exchange and interaction in the field of energy-efficient building renovation, is conducting a survey on barriers for energy refurbishments to seek out answers and recommendations for the stagnant renovation rate in Europe. Based on the survey’s evaluation, STUNNING will provide insights on the processes that need to take place for the alleviation of the most common obstacles and market failures. Therefore, it strives to promote the alignment of the European renovation rates with the stated 2030 objectives.
For this purpose, all stakeholders directly involved in this field are invited to share their opinion and name their most significant impediments in their energy refurbishment projects, such as:
- Construction companies
- Financial entities
- Regulatory bodies / Think tanks / Technological platforms / Research centres
- Municipalities/social landlords
If you are you are among these groups and would like to improve the state of European energy refurbishments, you are invited to participate here at the STUNNING survey on deep renovation barriers!
Please also feel free to share the survey link among your networks: https://goo.gl/stxbWk
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