EUPeers aims to support the development of Integrated Home Renovation Services (IHRS) which are part of the enabling framework breaking down barriers to renovation. The overall objective of EU Peers is to support the development of IHRS as key instruments to accelerating residential energy renovation in the EU.
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About EU Peers, IHRS, and OSS:
For homeowners, energy renovation is a daunting journey. They are often new to the subject, with little experience and capacity for the huge coordination effort. At the same time, their commitment is crucial to improving the residential building stock and reducing GHG emissions in Europe. This is where Integrated Home Renovation Services (IHRS) come in.
IHRSs (also known as One-Stop-Shops/OSS) offer most renovation services from a single source. This can include consultations for residents, preparation of the renovation project, selection of service provider companies, attracting additional financing, quality control of the renovation works, and maintenance and monitoring of the results. Thus, IHRSs are key to increasing the residential renovation rates across Europe.
EU Peers aims to strengthen and upscale the IHRS movement. Centrepiece is its Community of Practice. This Community is dedicated to IHRS practitioners and stakeholders, serving as a space to network, build expertise, and move forward together. EU Peers is also committed to improving framework conditions for IHRS through advocacy, policy recommendations, and dialogue with market stakeholders.
EU Peers will have a focus on…
But organisations from outside these countries can still get involved.
And has partners from across Europe…
- Climate Alliance – Germany
- Energies Demain – France
- Green Building Council España – Spain
- Regione Piemonte – Italy
- Ēku Saglabāšanas un Energotaupības Birojs – Latvia
- National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development – Italy
- GNE Finance – Spain
- Energy Cities – France
- FEDARENE – EU-Wide
- South East Energy Agency – (Ireland)
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EU Peers is Possible Through Funding from the European Union
The EU Peers project (101120790 LIFE22-CET-EU Peers) is co-funded by the LIFE Programme of the European Union under Grant Agreement No. 3875032.
EU Peers In Ireland
In Ireland, SEEA will use its experience in housing retrofits and as a One-Stop-Shop to lead the Irish Community Platform and mentor in capacity building for new initiatives.
Organisations in Ireland that would like to join the EU Peers Community should contact us at email@example.com, or via the above contact form.