About 80% of Swedish detached houses are more than 30 years old and need renovation. This provides unique an opportunity for cost-efficient implementation of energy efficiency measures that can significantly reduce energy use and greenhouse gas emissions. However, energy renovation of detached houses is rather slow due to several hindrances.
At Linnaeus University two projects are running which aims at developing, implementing and testing a one-stop-shop business model for energy renovation of detached houses. Read more at: Lnu.se/onestopshop and Lnu.se/innovate.
Are you interested in offering such a service or would to like to know more about the concept? Join us in the program as mentioned below. Presentations will be made in English and Swedish.
Participation is free of cost and we offer coffee and lunch - but you do need to register via this link!
Program tisdag 13 nov 2018
Plats: Sal M1050, Linnéuniversitetet, Växjö eller Via Skype for Business https://meet.lync.com/linnaeus/krmaaa/SH932BS2
08.35-09.35 Hur skapa förtroende hos husägare? Trond Haavik, Segel AS, Norway (in Norwegian/English)
09.50-10.35 Webverktyg “Småhusguiden”, Margot Bratt, WSP Environmental (in Swedish)
10.55-11.20 Swedish Homeowners’ attitude towards one-stop-shop concept, Prof. Giangiacomo Bravo, LNU
11.20-11.50 A proposed one-stop-shop business model for Sweden, Dr. Brijesh Mainali, LNU
13.00-14.00 The role of local authorities in organizing a local one-stop-shop for energy efficient refurbishments: hindsight from French examples, Francoise REFABERT, Vesta Conseil & Finance, France (via Skype)
14.05-14.30 Växjö municipality’s views on onestop-shop business model, Jan Johansson, Växjö Kommun
Last day for registration: Wednesday 07 November 2018 via Lnu.se/one-stop-shop-2018. (a link is coming)