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DREEAM: Demonstrating an integrated renovation approach for energy efficiency at the multi-building scale

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October 2015

The core of DREEAM is to identify optimal combinations of technologies, which a) can deliver highest energy reduction for a set of buildings, while at the same time, b) taking into consideration building owners’ financial capacity and the preferences of tenants. DREEAM focuses on social and public housing, whose owners manage large portfolios of residential buildings with high potential for energy performance improvements. The DREEAM approach is implemented on pilot sites in the UK, Sweden and Italy. It will be considered for few chosen locations in Poland. Implementation will be preceded by the energy efficiency potential assessment and feasibility study.

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Effective Poland

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January 2015

Efficient Poland (EP) is an Initiative with 2 main goals:
a) lead to a higher level of renovation of existing building stock (especially single-family houses)
b) address the problem of low air quality in Poland.

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RENEW SCHOOL – multinational project

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March 2014

The RENEW SCHOOL project aims at retrofitting a great amount of school buildings to highest nearly zero energy buildings (nZEB) standards. It will, by promoting appropriate tools and measures, help to downsize the energy use significantly as well as create and secure comfortable conditions for the pupils and teachers. Sustainable school renovation actions build on following three focus points promoted by this project (the “RENEW SCHOOL way” of renovation):

Improvement of the building’s envelope by coating it with insulated prefabricated timber modules including wooden frame windows, solar shading and ventilation components.
Improvement of the indoor environment quality (IEQ) by ventilating, passive cooling and daylight upgrading the classrooms.
Improvement of the energy generation on site by using active renewable energy sources, beside the passive gains, integrated in the school buildings.

Even more important is supporting decisions for best renovation practice by offering good examples, new ideas and technologies in the field of school renovation and its funding schemes, and last but not least a suitable platform to exchange these knowledge and experiences.

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