The EU-Korea Climate Action Project, Building Performance Institute Europe (BPIE), Korea Energy Agency, with the support of the EU Delegation to the Republic of Korea, Korean Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport, are organising a webinar on the 25 November 2020.
In Korea, where 37% of the building stock is over 30 years old, buildings claimed 17% of the total energy consumption in 2018. Improving building energy performance is crucial for both the EU and Korea in achieving their climate goals. The webinar will share innovative business models, in particular in the framework of the Ambience and RenOnBill projects, and will allow for discussion between EU and Korean experts to foster the exchange of knowledge and best practices.
Targeted at national and local governments, NGOs, universities, research Institutions, private sector, this event is an opportunity to share information on innovative and successful business models for energy-efficient building renovation and zero energy buildings in Europe and Korea.
Programme and registrations at this link.