Alleviating energy poverty in CEE requires renovating multi-family apartment buildings (MFABs) on a large scale. But how can we effectively renovate them? An enabling policy environment, Resource Centres/One-Stop-Shops, and community engagement are essential.
Join us for this year’s C4E edition, on May 25, 2023 at 11:00, where we will share the valuable lessons learned from the ComAct project. Our speakers will delve into the challenges and opportunities of renovating MFABs, provide insights into effective community engagement, and discuss the importance of an enabling policy environment.
Don’t miss out on this opportunity to learn from our experts and partners and contribute to the fight against energy poverty in CEE.
Introduction: Zita Kakalejcikova, Habitat for Humanity International
Presentations (11:00 – 11:45):
- Understanding the capacity of owners and communities: the results of the ComAct household survey by Eva Gerohazi and Hanna Szemzo, Metropolitan Research Institute (MRI) (12 min)
- Reflection on the successes and challenges of community development and its influence on energy efficiency investments in Bulgaria, by Teodora Stanisheva, EnEffect, Bulgaria (8 min)
- Citizen engagement in scaling up multi-apartment buildings renovations, by Liljana Alceva, Habitat for Humanity Macedonia (HFHM) (8 min)
- Lesson learned from the Hungarian one-stop-shop: the RenoHUb project by Fanni SÁFIÁN-FARKAS, PhD, MEHI, Hungary (8 min)
Group discussions (11:45 – 12:25)
- Tour de table
- Group discussion: Policy and regulation of homeowner associations and subsidies / Community aspect on (the very) local level
- Reports from the groups by panellists (10 min)