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Promotion of smart and integrated NZEB renovation

measures in the European renovation market

The goal of the NeZeR project (2014-2017) was to promote implementation and smart integration of Nearly Zero Energy Building Renovation (NZEBR) measures and the deployment of Renewable Energy Sources (RES) in the European renovation market.

The NeZeR project has cooperated with all stakeholders in the building supply chain to increase the awareness about potential advantages from Nearly Zero Energy Building Renovation. This was achieved through the following activities:

  • Technical solutions for Nearly Zero Energy Building Renovation and utilization of Renewable Energy Sources were analysed and combined to packaged solutions. Successfully executed Nearly Zero Energy Building Renovation cases were analysed and presented.
  • The feasibility of Nearly Zero Energy Building Renovation over traditional renovation was emphasized by feasibility studies and environmental and economic assessments.
  • Nearly Zero Energy Building Renovation city action plans have been developed as well as concrete guidelines for developing similar action plans in other European cities.
  • National clusters have been established in the participating countries consisting of the most relevant stakeholders.
  • Knowledge in the whole building chain with respect to Nearly Zero Energy Building Renovation concepts has been improved through a series of competition and training workshops.

The project has been promoting the Nearly Zero Energy Building Renovation market, with its thirteen partners from Sweden, Finland, Netherlands, Spain and Romania. The NeZeR project started in March 2014 and completed in February 2017. The project had a budget of 1.6 million euro and is was financed by Intelligent Energy Europe with national co-funding from the project partners and national authorities, cities or foundations.

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