The IEA collects and analyses data to determine key international trends relating to energy efficiency. At the forefront of this work is the IEA’s annual Energy Efficiency Market Report, which highlights key global trends and indicators of energy efficiency. The 2017 report, entitled Energy Efficiency 2017, also includes analysis on energy efficiency policies and finance, trends in major economic sectors, the impact of energy efficiency on energy security and a special country focus on Indonesia
BUILDINTEREST ROADSHOW will bring the hottest topics and developments in financing in energy efficiency and sustainable building on a the road in a trip to take place consecutively in the Netherlands, Italy and France!
In the course of three events in February and March 2018 we will discover the importance of BUILDINTEREST’s active financing platforms and to explore innovative solutions for unlocking the energy efficiency market to take back home.
The World Sustainable Energy Days (WSED) are one of Europe’s largest annual conferences in this field. The 2018 conference will take place from 28 February - 2 March 2018 in Wels/Austria.
Having previously explored financing home renovation as part of this series of webinars within the frame of the Sustainable Energy Investment Forums contract, this webinar looks at home renovation from the perspective of the end user. While capital may be readily available to finance renovation, services that combine technical and financial advice together are not always available and the complexity and the burden of implementing a renovation project may be too high for some householders.
There is huge untapped potential in the trigger-point opportunities to include energy improvements in other work offered by the general home repair, maintenance and improvement market, a thriving market for which there is an ongoing demand, not typically dependent on public sector stimulus. Including energy efficiency and micro-renewables measures at the same time as other works can help address barriers such as cost and disruption.