The European Commission and the consortium carrying out this study are committed to actively engage stakeholders in the study, collect their input and viewpoints, and consider their feedback in relation to study results.


The stakeholder engagement includes:

  1.  A digital survey with a focus on actual policy decisions and potential improvements, seeking to explore stakeholders’ expertise in ongoing schemes and initiatives.
  2.  Two stakeholder meetings, in which preliminary results will be shared and discussed.

Digital survey on the possible introduction of inspections of stand-alone ventilation systems in Europe

The survey is now closed


1st stakeholders meeting: Brussels, 24 June 2019

Morning session (10:00 – 13:00): Inspection of stand-alone ventilation systems
Afternoon session (14:00 – 17:00): Building renovation passport

Centre Albert Borschette, room 0.D (ground floor)
Rue Froissart 36

The 1st stakeholder meeting of the EPBD19a feasibility study is taking place in Brussels on 24 June 2019 and we are looking forward to welcoming you and receive your input to the study!

The meeting consists of two independent parts, each addressing one of the two study issues.

The morning session focuses on the “inspection of stand-alone ventilation systems”, sharing preliminary outcomes of the study, the relevant online survey, as well as related field analyses, to give an overview of the state of the art regarding regulations, standards and guidelines available in the EU and beyond, as well as the stock of ventilation systems and their performances. Existing approaches and those currently under development will be presented and stakeholders will discuss the feasibility and expected impact of potential relevant measures at EU level.

For the afternoon session, focusing on “building renovation passports” see https://renovation.epbd19a.eu/meetings


2nd stakeholders meeting: Tentative date 28 November 2019, Brussels

More information will be posted on due time


The stakeholders considered relevant to this part of the study include, among others:

  • practitioners from the building sector (developing and construction companies, architects, engineers);
  • facility managers;
  • (technical) building product or system manufacturers and installers – in particular of ventilation systems -;
  • facility managers;
  • professional associations and federations;
  • European and national certification and standardisation bodies;
  • European and national energy auditors’ and inspectors’ bodies;
  • European and national policy-makers, e.g. energy agencies, ministries, inspectorates, controlling authorities, etc.