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Analysis of the relevance, feasibility and possible scope of measures at EU level for building renovation passports
This report has been prepared as part of a study commissioned and supervised by the European Commission’s (EC) Directorate-General for Energy.
The building renovation passport (BRP) is an instrument that provides a long-term, step-by-step renovation roadmap for specific buildings.
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Brussels, 24 June 2019
Centre Albert Borschette, room 0.D (ground floor)
Rue Froissart 36
The afternoon part of the feasibility study was concluded by Mr.
Mr. Rapf briefly summarised the next steps in the feasibility study contributing to the analysis of the relevance, feasibility and possible scope of different approaches at EU level to the building renovation passport.
The final open discussion round led to a multiple of topics being mentioned.
One stakeholder mentioned the need to embed the building renovation passport into other policy packages.
Ms. Fabbri started her presentation by setting the context of the feasibility study part concerning the building renovation passport and introducing the relevant online survey.
During the first questions and discussion session of the afternoon, a question concerned the cost of the presented building renovation passports.