EURHONET, the European Housing Network is a network of 36 public and social housing companies from France, Germany, Italy Sweden and the UK. On the 25
The Group of Experts focuses on regulatory and policy dialogue addressing financial, technical and policy barriers to improve energy efficiency
UN Environment Finance Initiative in Copenhagen, DK
EEFIG - an expert group set-up by the European Commission and United Nations Environment Programme Finance Initiative in 2014, launches a new toolkit
The European Parliament’s Industry and Energy Committee (ITRE) sends important signal
Invitation to educational seminar live stream from University Alicante
RentalCal project Saloon at EXPO REAL 2017 was a succes.
Risk analysis of green retrofits presented at FRAP international finance conference
If you read German, you can find three interesting articles, based on the work in RentalCal
The Commission presents possibilities for "smart financing for smart buildings". Besides informing on details of the Investment Plan for Europe and th
RentalCal partners from the Universities have published new papers on "Green Premiums".
RentalCal participated in EUSEW in Brussels and made a small survey on "Methods for promoting energy efficiency".
EU Energy Sustainable Week in Brussels
In a new video, Professor Paloma Taltavul from University of Alicante introduces to "Green Premium"
Homeowners typically don’t have the capital to invest in energy renovation solutions, despite the proven returns. Danish pension fund PKA helps bridge
The introduction of trigger points in national renovation strategies is an effective tool to drive deep renovation
News from Build Up - the portal of EASME - Executive Agency for SMEs - European Commission
The Polish Ministry of Finance has published new figures on the development of the Polish rental market
DEEP, disclosing market data to increase transparency and drive more energy efficiency investments in Europe
RentalCal has been mentioned in a very positive way in an article in ESG Magazine, Issue 6, Winter 2016
RentalCal has published the results of a large scale research efforts on the framing conditions for energy efficient renovation.
As a consortium partner of RentalCal Prof. Dr. Sven Bienert was invited to participate at the 2nd Working Group (WG2) meeting for the Resource Efficie
The lack of reliable energy performance data is a big barrier. The question concerning how effectively energetic qualities are being integrated into v
Kai Mörmann presented and discussed his and Prof. Lützkendorf's paper concerning the RentalCal project at the SBE16 conference in Tallinn.
A new video is - in three minutes - presenting the essentials of RentalCal.
A large-scale study of the value of energy efficiency in the private German residential rental market demonstrates that energy efficient properties ar
The German federal government considers increasing investments in energy efficiency an urgent matter.
The situation in Poland calls for action.
The question about data and tools for profitability evaluation of measures to enhance the energetic quality of residential buildings has been the subj
A Danish study has asked the question: Is there at present in Denmark an incentive for energy
retrofitting in rental houses? The answers are:
The emissions of greenhouse gas from buildings are important. A key contribution to handle climate changes is the improvement of the energy efficiency
Energy efficiency investments make good business sense and they deliver multiple private and public benefits – but they are not happening at a rate wh
The European Real Estate Society (ERES) Conference is the leading annual real estate research event in Europe and one of the biggest of its kind globa
RentalCal was represented by Tomas Vimmr, STU-K at the CESB 2016.
A valuable cost-benefit analysis for energy efficiency will be presented comprehensively at the annual ERES conference in Regensburg 8-11 June.
RentalCal was presented at a well attended seminar at the Regensburg University.
Programme for RentalCal sessions at the conference in Regensburg is now published
New study shows urgent need for objective cost-benefit analysis for energy efficiency.
Transparent and impartial evidence of the cost and benefits of
RentalCal was presented at the AREUEA conference in the beginning of July.
RentalCal was presented first time at the 22nd ERES conference in Istanbul.
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