In this part of the meeting, a set of 11 questions were opened to trigger discussion among participants.
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During his summary of the study, Mr. Wouters, coordinator of the feasibility study, highlighted three main points:
During the first discussion round, a stakeholder noted that, on average, the policy options’ impact expected in 2050 is very low and wondered what other options could have better impact. Mr.
Mr. Janssens first introduced the specifications and scope of the impact analysis methodology.
The first part of Mr. Durier’s presentation was about a methodology for defining and building a suitable inspection scheme.
The meeting was opened by Mr. Robert, policy officer at DG ENER, assigned on behalf of the European Commission with the supervision of the feasibility study. Mr.
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Analysis of the relevance, feasibility and possible scope of measures at EU level for building renovation passports
This report has been prepared as part of a study commissioned and supervised by the European Commission’s (EC) Directorate-General for Energy.
The building renovation passport (BRP) is an instrument that provides a long-term, step-by-step renovation roadmap for specific buildings.
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