In central Europe large parts of the existing building stock were built before 1970 and as a result, performance is not in line with required energy efficiency standards. Renovation of buildings emerges as an urgent issue but while incentives are provided to private investors, public building renovation is more difficult as local authorities face significant limitations of budget. Another barrier is the lack of knowledge of performance/cost characteristics for efficient renovation of buildings.

The FEEDSCHOOLS project aims to provide local authorities with new solutions, both technical and financial, which will help them to implement ‘nearly Zero Energy Building’ (NZEB) renovation activities in schools. The innovative approach consists in developing a transnational and holistic support toolkit and a web database of innovative best practices for NZEB renovation. FEEDSCHOOLS will also provide open lessons focused on behavioural change in schools. At least 48 energy audits will be implemented and preliminary plans for NZEB renovation of existing schools will become a reference models for the region.

NEWS AND EVENTS

26.02.2019

News

WORLD CAFE IN ZAGREB

On January 22, Zagreb hosted World Cafe workshop organized by HEP ESCO and the Croatian Green Building Council. The World Café aimed to present the most important elements and results of the project in an informal and interactive environment, as well as to provide feedback from interested parties.
World Cafe in Zagreb

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13.11.2018

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WEO 2018

International Energy Agency published its yearly long-term energy analysis – World Energy Outlook. The 2018 edition examines different scenarios up to 2040 and emphasizes that policy choices made by governments will determine energy system of the future.

WEO 2018

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6-9.11.2018

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enea at ecomondo

FEEDSCHOOLS project was presented at ENEA stand on the  ECOMONDO 2018 in Rimini. One of the main European expos for green and circular economy and renewables was attended by more than 100.000 visitors, over 10.000 of whom were international.
ENEA at Ecomondo

29.10.2018

News

AIR QUALITY IN EUROPE 2018

European Environment Agency presents un updated overview and analysis of air quality in Europe from 2000 to 2016 along with the latest findings and estimates on population and ecosystem exposure to the air pollutants with the greatest impacts and effects.

Air Quality in Europe
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milion erdf

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schools involved

210

people trained

PROJECT DURATION

Start Date

01 september 2017

End Date

31 august 2020

Project Partners

Project FEEDSCHOOLS has 11 partners from 7 Central European countries

PROJECT PARTNERS

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