Title: Report on Building Renovation Financing Typologies
Summary: The aim of the report is to review previous work done on the subject and identify the common patterns in relation to the current practices and the likelihood of certain building types to be renovated. The research seeks to identify common factors and thereby define renovation categories using diversified set of key aspects which affect the definition of building renovation typologies such as: i) barriers and risks, ii) technical aspects e.g., technologies or technology indicators and architectural/town planning characteristics or even iii) the type of finance that has proven suitable or appears attractive for large scale renovation. The research conducted and presented in this deliverable may assist in understanding the interplay (also taking stock of previous relevant initiatives) of different combinations of building ownership status, technology, financing methods and their effect on accelerated building renovation rates. It will support the development of specifications for standardised data entry forms for building EE projects and will contribute to the identification and calculation of the relevant energy, financing and risk KPIs that will be used to develop large, standardised, financeable project packages.
Title: Report on Specifications for Project Entries, User Profiles, Use Cases and User Ranks-V1
Summary: This deliverable is the initial and first version of a series of deliverables and it specifies input information, as a first step which will later be the basis for the creation of the graphical user interface for the project acquisition frontend in order to facilitate a standardised method of project description and the aggregation and matching processes. It specifies the type of users, details the initial identified use cases for the use of the platform and proposes a user rating system.
Title: ENERGATE Brief on Financing Typologies for Building Renovation
Summary: In the context of the ENERGATE project, a review on financing typologies has been conducted, based on 83 relevant publications and 65 case studies of renovation projects in 18 European countries. These projects were implemented in buildings of various uses and the selected retrofitting measures considered a variety of interventions. The most relevant financing typologies which have been identified and will be explored in ENERGATE are presented in this document.
Title: Stakeholder Engagement Plan with Consultation Guide
Summary: This deliverable describes the processes of stakeholder mapping and engagement plan for the ENERGATE project. The stakeholder mapping process involves identifying relevant stakeholders to be involved in the co-creation process of the platform and those relevant for communication purposes for further uptake.
Title: Energy Efficiency in Buildings, from Financing to Implementation: Survey insights from the ENERGATE Workshop in Madrid
Summary: This report aims to have a comprehensive look at the Survey Results from the 1st ENERGATE Regional Training Workshop that was held on the 28th September in Madrid. It was co-organised by ENERGATE Spanish partners COMMUTY and the Urban Land Institute Spain.
Title: Dissemination, Communication and Awareness Creation
Summary: The 1st release of the Dissemination and Communication strategy outlines the process behind the development of the ENERGATE communication and dissemination strategy and objectives. This deliverable aims to set a strategy to be applied during the overall implementation of the project. One of the main objective of the first realise of the strategy is to define the target audience and the project’s stakeholders (in liaison with Stakeholder mapping and engagement) and define the communication and dissemination activities to engage them.