On December 2, a working discussion was held on the topic: “PROFESSIONAL MANAGEMENT OF RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS – THE NEED FOR RENOVATION FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY”, organized by BGFMA, EnEffect, the Ministry of Regional Development and Public Works, AUER, Sofia Municipality. The event was organized within the project “Integrated services for housing renovation SHEERenov”. You can watch
BGFMA together with BACC organize a working discussion on “Professional management of residential buildings – the need for renovation for energy efficiency.” The event will take place on December 1, 2021, Wednesday in the “Sun” hall of the Bulgarian Chamber of Commerce, 76 Chataldja Street. The program and how to register see here: Invitation Program
The Guidelines for successful business alliances in line with work package SHEERenov D5.2and subject to public discussions are available to be found here.
The Engagement Toolkit as per Deliverable SHEERenov D5.3. – Toolkits for standardizing EE comprehensive renovation of Multi-family buildings is available here.
Housing2030 study led by Housing Europe, UNECE and UN-Habitat that looks at land policy, decarbonisation of homes, sustainable finance and better governance while ensuring housing affordability was officially launched on October 2021. The report explores housing affordability challenges and existing policy instruments for improving housing affordability and facilitates the exchange and dissemination of good practices.
The collection of Applications for participation of condominiums in the project SHEERenov has started. Applications are submitted to the district administrations – Nadejda, Ilinden, Sredetz, Traiditza, Oborishte, Slatina, Mladost, and Novi Iskar. More information on the conditions for participation can be found below. A sample Application and the accompanying Minutes of the General Meeting of
3.09.2021 г., София. Experts from the Project “Seamless services for housing energy efficiency and renovation- SHEERenov” will present in eight areas in Sofia the opportunities for providing integrated services for housing renovation, by providing expert services “one-stop shop”, facilitated financing and technical support. Please view the text of the press release here.
The caretaker government has published for public discussion a revised version of the Recovery and Sustainability Plan. Contrary to all public statements, the project “Support for Sustainable Energy Renovation of Housing” confirms the tendency to abandon reforms in this important sector for citizens. The whole interview with Tzveta Naniova, Managing Director of BACC, is available
How can energy-efficient renovation of buildings in the housing sector shift from state commitment and limited public finances to owners and the banking sector? The SHEERenov conference on the project tried to answer these questions. The partners from Hungary and Estonia have sent important messages based on their successful experience over the years: our problems
The reform of building renovation policies means a transition to co-financing by owners while providing the necessary financial instruments and protection for vulnerable households. This is a socially responsible model, and “free remediation” is a populism that no one benefits from. Unfortunately, in the latest version of the Bulgarian National Recovery Plan, we again see