The following tool has been developed in the frame of the RescoopMECISE project which has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 programme.
The project results are formalised in deliverables for reporting purposes. Some of these files are public, others are private.
The municipality of Zuidhorn applies an integrated development model for the redevelopment of the
Standardised easy-to-use energy check tool (energy audit) for SMEs in five different crafts: Bulgarian carpenters, German bakers, Greek bricklayer/glass producer/ painter producer, Irish small food producers and Spanish meat producers.
The long-term roadmap for development of the Bulgarian renovation programme for residential buildings. Following the implementation of the programme’s first phase, the analysis argues for a shift in focus towards achieving higher energy classes, reduction of public subsidy in a measured and manageable manner. Several scenarios to 2030 were modelled and reducing subsidies to around 75% is possible. The funding could reach more citizens, improving their homes and quality of life.