ComAct is hosting a panel session during the 2021 edition of the Central & Eastern European Energy Efficiency Forum (C4E Forum), focussing on the policies relevant and applicable in the CEE context. What makes C4E Forum special are the Panel Sessions when experts from countries share their experience and knowledge by presenting. To read more about the idea and topics suggested visit Panel Session 2020.
Our session, titled Community support centers as a prerequisite for multi apartment building renovations will focus on energy poverty and energy efficiency renovations of multi-apartment buildings. Find more information at this link and the agenda of the session below.
Relevance of the topic, specific challenge in Central and Eastern Europe
by Zita Kakalejcikova, Manager, Residential Energy Programs, Habitat for Humanity International – Europe, Middle East and Africa
Presentations by panelists
- Supporting homeowners in energy efficient refurbishment in post-Soviet countries
by Johann Strese, IWO e. V. – Housing Initiative for Eastern Europe (Germany)
- Energy efficiency renovations of multi-apartment buildings, challenges, and prospects for the homeowners
by Liljana Alceva, Habitat for Humanity Macedonia (North Macedonia) – ONLINE contribution
- Engagement of energy poor households in the renovation process in Bulgaria
by Dragomir Tzanev, EnEffect – Center for Energy Efficiency (Bulgaria)
Clarifying questions from the audience