Smart finance to boost healthy, comfortable and accessible buildings
More efficient buildings offer various benefits, including improved comfort, better health, increase of the economic value of the property, increased productivity. These benefits are relevant for individuals, and for society as a whole. But in spite of these advantages, and of an increasing offer of energy efficiency services and of financing opportunities, a number of barriers delay or prevent building owners, and users, from making the decision to start the energy efficiency project. There are a number of schemes and projects that have managed to break these barriers and to create a sizeable demand for investments in energy efficiency.
What were their tricks? How did they succeed? How can energy efficiency finance policy support these models? Join our panel to discover, based on several case-studies, what solutions exist to deal with the barriers, and all the reasons why investing in energy efficiency is worth the effort.