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El sector de la construcción residencial en España
El sector de la construcción en España ha desempeñado un papel muy importante en la economía nacional, especialmente en los años anteriores a la crisis financiera de 2008. Como resultado de la crisis, el sector sufrió una fuerte caída de la demanda y de los precios, de la que sólo empezó a recuperarse en 2014. Prueba de ello es que el...
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The residential building sector in Spain
The construction sector in Spain has played a very important role in the national economy, especially in the years leading up to the 2008 financial crisis. As a result of the crisis, the sector suffered a sharp fall in demand and prices, from which it only started recovering in 2014. A proof of this is the fact that the sector went from accounting...
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The residential building sector in Lithuania
Lithuania has 2.8 million inhabitants, but its population density in urban and rural areas is quite different, as 67% of its people live in cities and 33% in rural areas. In 2018, slightly more than half (59%) of the country’s population lived in multiapartmentn buildings and 41% in one-dwelling houses. 75% of dwellings were constructed before...
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Il mercato immobiliare residenziale in Italia
L’Italia è il terzo paese dell’Unione Europea in termini di popolazione (circa 60 milioni di persone) dopo Germania e Francia, e sesto per densità di popolazione (circa 200 persone/km2). Ha un alto tasso di urbanizzazione e il settore dell’edilizia si è sviluppato di conseguenza.
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The residential building sector in Germany
Germany is the largest European country in terms of population, with 83 million inhabitants as of 2019. The majority of its building stock consists of residential buildings. Germany’s residential building stock is comprised of approximately 18,8 million buildings, with the considerable majority (83%) being single and two-family buildings and...
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Der wohngebäudesektor in Deutschland
Deutschland ist mit 83 Millionen Einwohnern das bevölkerungsreichste europäische Land. Der überwiegende Teil des Gebäudebestands besteht aus Wohngebäuden....
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The residential building sector in Italy
Italy is the third largest EU country in terms of population (approximately 60 million people) after Germany and France; and sixth in terms of population density (approximately 200 people/km2). Italy has a high urbanisation rate, and the building sector has developed accordingly.
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Gyvenamųjų pastatų sektorius Lietuvoje
Lietuvoje gyvena apie 2,8 milijono gyventojų. Gyventojų tankis mieste ir kaime yra gana skirtingas – 67 proc. gyventojų gyvena miestuose ir 33 proc. – kaime. Šiuo metu nėra patikimos ir kokybiškos statistinės informacijos apie pastatus šalyje. Aplinkos ministerija rengia ilgalaikę pastatų atnaujinimo strategiją ir vienas uždavinių...
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Upscaling the residential sector with on-bill schemes - Replicability potential in the EU
The new report by the H2020 project RenOnBill analyses the possible challenges for the implementation of on-bill schemes (OBS) in the EU and suggests ten business model frameworks applicable to this context. In particular, the analysis deeps dive into the target countries of RenOnBill, namely Germany, Italy, Spain and Lithuania, along three...
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Insights from national prototyping workshops - Spain
The RenOnBill consortium held a series of national online workshops in the spring of 2020 targeting stakeholders in the four focus countries: Italy, Lithuania, Germany and Spain.
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Insights from the national prototyping workshops - Germany
The RenOnBill consortium held a series of national online workshops in the spring of 2020 targeting stakeholders in the four focus countries: Italy, Lithuania, Germany and Spain.
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Insights from the national prototyping workshops - Lithuania
The RenOnBill consortium held a series of national online workshops in the spring of 2020 targeting stakeholders in the four focus countries: Italy, Lithuania, Germany and Spain.
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Insights from the national prototyping workshops - Italy
The RenOnBill consortium held a series of national online workshops in the spring of 2020 targeting stakeholders in the four focus countries: Italy, Lithuania, Germany and Spain.
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The residential building renovation market in Germany, Italy, Lithuania and Spain
The newly published RenOnBill report provides a detailed analysis of the main data, drivers and challenges involved in the energy renovation of residential buildings in Germany, Italy, Lithuania and Spain
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Overview of on-bill buildings energy renovation schemes
This document aims at introducing on-bill schemes as a powerful tool for financing energy efficiency in the residential sector, setting the initial background for the development of the work foreseen in the rest of the RenOnBill project.
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