The seminar welcomes diverse stakeholders and practitioners engaged in the topic of affordable energy efficient renovation of private multi-apartment housing stock. Participants may include policymakers, academics, urban planners, architects, property developers, business leaders, representatives of NGOs and CSOs, housing associations, housing finance organizations, technology companies, researchers, and others.
The event will look beyond the state of the art of sustainability and energy efficiency in housing stock in Europe by providing a vision for new innovative and impactful housing initiatives for scaling up energy-efficient renovation.
Two discussion panels will look at housing renovation issues with a focus on multi-apartment buildings, and on the engagement of homeowners and apartment associations in the refurbishment process with supportive measures.
Speakers from the Estonian Union of Co-operative Housing Associations, the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications of Estonia, Tallinn University of Technology, housing associations and private companies from Estonia will discuss with partners from other countries the existing challenges and best practices for scaling up the renovation of multi-apartment building stock, engaging the audience in the debates on energy efficiency, renovation technology and stakeholder engagement in Eastern European countries.
Link to the programme on The Estonian Union of Co-operative Housing Associations website.
Register for this event with the festival registration form.
Organizer's contact details:
The Estonian Union of Co-operative Housing Associations