Cost Effective Energy and Carbon Emissions Optimization in Building Renovation project aims at developing a new methodology for cost effective renovation of existing buildings, using the right balance between the energy conservation and efficiency measures for one side and the measures and technologies that promote the use of renewable energy on the other. This methodology is to be used by interested private entities, helping them in their renovation decisions, as well as by governmental agencies that can use it for the definition of regulations and their implementation.
This project is part of the International Energy Agency (IEA) Energy in Buildings and Communities Programme Annex 56. The following resources are available on the website:
ASCOT tool to assist on cost assessment of renovation packages
Sectors: Buildings, Cross cutting, Industry
Country / Region: EuropeTags: agencies, balancing, building types, carbon, economic cost, emissions, energy, energy efficiency, energy savings, International Energy Agency, projects, renewable energies
In 1 user collection: Building Efficiency Accelerator: Retrofits Resource Collection
Knowledge Object: Web Resource
Published by: IEA EBC Annex 56