As part of the SuperHomes2030 project , a ‘one stop shop’ deep retrofit service for domestic homes in Ireland, that aims to dramatically scale this service over 3 years, increasing completed retrofits from 100 houses in 2019 (€6M) to 500 houses in 2023 (€36M). And the HP4All project , that will enhance, develop and promote the skills requiered for high quality, optimised Heat Pump installations within residential/non-residential buildings, bringing Europe to the forefront of the climatisation sector. This online seminar brings together Ambitious Regions, Regional Implementation Plans and already running Renovation and One Stop Shop EU Funded Projects, to offer a complete outlook for the sector: from up-skilling, policy, implementation, examples and future development.
Moreover, it looks at replicating and expanding upon the work of diverse actors, while driving the innovation and implementation of the deep retrofit sector and the associated value chain of stakeholders.
10:10 - 10:40 Panel discussion: Highly ambitious regions (Moderated by Seamus Hoyne)
- (Invited) Picardie Pass (FR);
- (Invited) Carbon Coop (UK);
- (Invited) ESCAN (ES).
10:40 - 11:10 Panel discussion: Introducing the HP4ALL Regional Implementation Plans (Moderated by Padraic O'Reilly)
- Pilot region in Spain by CTA (Technological Corporation of Andalusia);
11:10 - 11:55 Project examples: Renovation and One Stop Shop initiatives
- The SuperHomes2030 Horizon 2020 Project;
12:15 - 12:30 Summary and outlook for the sector: Thomas Nowak (EHPA)