Retrofitting of social housing
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12 innovative projects for an energy-intelligent Europe
Energy policy
Social questions - town planning and housing
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RETROFITTING OF SOCIAL HOUSING
 
12 innovative projects for an energy-intelligent Europe
Status: December 2006
 
 
Retrofitting of Social Housing: 12 Innovative Projects supported by the IEE Programme
Editorial Information Issued by the European Commission's Intelligent Energy Executive Agency (IEEA), this report presents a series of international projects supported by the European Union's Intelligent Energy  Europe (IEE) programme. The information contained in it may be reproduced. The responsibility for the content of this publication lies with its authors. It does not necessarily represent the opinion of the European Community. The IEEA is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information contained therein. The information contained is given for information purposes only and it does not bind legally any of the involved parties. This and other project compilations can be downloaded for free from http://ec.europa.eu/energy/intelligent/library/publications_en.htm. Intelligent Energy  Europe (IEE) is the European Unions programme for promoting energy efficiency and renewables. It supports financially international projects, events, and local/regional energy agencies, which promote the smarter use of energy and the growth of renewable energy sources. The Intelligent Energy Executive Agency implements the IEE programme. With more than 40 staff, the IEEA is at the service of all IEE partners by managing the different projects and events funded under the IEE programme, and by disseminating the know-how and best practices which they produce. More details on the IEE programme and on the IEEA can be found on http://ec.europa.eu/energy/intelligent/index_en.html  
  
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Retrofitting of Social Housing: 12 Innovative Projects supported by the IEE Programme
 Table of contents
 Introduction ................................................................................................................................................. 4 Energy Intelligent Education for Retrofitting of Social Houses (EI-Education) ........................................... 6 Energy Performance Integration in Social Housing - a strategic approach for portfolio management ( -SoHo) .............................................................................................. EPI ................................................... 7 Tool-Kit for "Passive House Retrofit" (E-RETROFIT-KIT) .......................................................................... 9 Energy Strategic Asset Management in Social Housing Operators in Europe (ESAM) ......................... 11 Programme of actions towards Factor 4 in existing social housings in Europe (FACTOR 4)................... 12 Innovative Financing of Social Housing Refurbishment in Enlarged Europe (INOFIN) ............................ 13 Improving the Social Dialogue for Energy Efficient Social Housing (ISEES)............................................ 15 New Integrated Renovation Strategy to improve Energy PErformance of Social housing (NIRSEPES).. 16 Retrofitting Social Housing and Active Preparation for EPBD (RESHAPE) ............................................. 18 Development and marketing of integrated concepts for energy efficient and sustainable retrofitting of social housing (ROSH) ............................................................................................................................. 19 SHARE ..................................................................................................................................................... 21 Training for Renovated Energy Efficient Social housing (TREES) ........................................................... 23 New Projects (start 2007) ......................................................................................................................... 25 Supporting European Housing Tenants in Optimising Resource Consumption (SAVE@Work4Homes). 26 Energy Exploitation and Performance Contracting for Low Income and Social Housing (ECOLISH) ...... 26 Sustainable Roof Extension Retrofit for High-Rise Social Housing in Europe (SuRE-Fit)........................ 27 Advanced Ventilation Approaches for Social Housing (AVASH) .............................................................. 27 European fuel Poverty and Energy Efficiency (EPEE) ............................................................................. 28 Tackling Obstacles In Social Housing (TACKOBST) ............................................................................... 28   
  
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Retrofitting of Social Housing: 12 Innovative Projects supported by the IEE Programme
Strong aspects All target areas of the key action are covered by these projects. A lot of theoretical and analytical work is being carried out by these projects, in particular studies focusing on definitions, national or regional state-of-the-art, existing typologies, retrofitting solutions and decision-making methodologies and tools for its optimisation. Due to the high participation of social housing organisations (SHO), which owe, rent and/or manage buildings and are responsible for the maintenance and improvement over more than 6 300 000 housing units in Europe (2/3 in France), it is expected that the result of these projects will have a wide European impact, contributing to the exchange and share of knowledge and experience in the field across Europe and improving the energy performance of the existing building stock and its inhabitants quality of life. Weak aspects Further needs and geographical areas are still to be covered. Best practice examples and solutions for some areas are still lacking. There are no participants from Finland, Luxemburg and Portugal (EU15), Cyprus and Malta (NMS), Croatia (CC), Iceland and Lichtenstein. 12 partners are participating in more than one project, and one research centre, one SME and one Agency are involved in 4 projects at the same time. These partners are knowledgeable and relevant for the actions, but new participants are also desirable. Among the existing proposals, there is rarely any particularly innovative approach shown. This gives scope and space for new challenges and stimulating ideas as well as for further actions at local and/or regional level in this sector.  
  
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Energy Intelligent Education for Retrofitting of Social Houses (EI-Education)  Programme area:SAVE, social housing Status:Ongoing  Coordinator:Elsebeth Terkelsen Aarhus School of Architecture De artment for Su lementar Education Denmark E-mail:Elsebeth.Terkelsen aarch.dk  Tel: +45 89 36 01 57 / mobile +45 22 68 72 47 Partners: ie Spar Verband, AustriaOberösterreichischer Ener Sofia Energy Centre, Bulgaria Cener ia, Denmark Centre Scientifi ue et Techni ue du Batiment, France Energy research Centre of the Netherlands, The Netherlands Buildin and Civil En ineerin Institute ZRMK  Slovenia Boli selskabernes landsor anisation, Denmark Housin Fund of L ubl ana, Slovenia DELPHIS, France Website:i-eucedioataa.n.hcrkd   Objective: erform and tools to e knowled anies com social housinTo ive energy-efficient retrofitting Benefits:Significant energy savings in social housing across Europe  Keywords:Energy intelligent education programme  Duration:01/2006  12/2006 Budget: 457,291 (EU contribution: 49,73%) Contract number:EEI0//550 210024.2IS/0 Short description EI-Education is developing an education programme and a guidebook for social housing companies, municipalities and other housing stock owners to help them perform energy intelligent retrofitting meaning saving at least 30 % energy compared to the situation before the renovation. The education programme will consist of mixed learning  confrontation education as well as e-learning and case studies. The education programme will be adapted to the conditions in the participating countries. There will be a common platform on the internet with guidebook and e-learning and programmes for the confrontation education. The guidebook will propose technical, financial and organisational solutions. The project has gathered 60 best practice examples from across Europe as a basis for the developing of the EI-Education programme and the guidebook. Expected and/or achieved results x best practice examples from all over Europe (achieved) 60 x Developing of an EI-Education programme for social housing companies (ongoing) xpractical guidebook for social housing companies on energy intelligent retrofitting (ongoing) a  Developing xraising seminar for Housing Associations in the EU under the auspices of of an awareness  Arranging CECODHAS, the European Liaison Committee for Social Housing (negotiations ongoing) x Executing of the EI-Education programme by organizing national training courses for social housing companies in the participating countries (first contacts have been made). Lessons learnt x are enormous differences in the organisation of the low income housing in the participating countries There xbuilding technologies and will not be interested in training on housing associations are familiar with many  The basic renovation technologies. Their knowledge about building management and legal obligations is quite high. They are also aware of existing support schemes. However, they could be interested in innovative technologies and their practical application as well as information about latest building trends in other parts of Europe x on the web is more relevant than paper versions of the guidebook Working  6