Date & Location: 27.08.2020

[Webinar] Incentives schemes for energy-efficient buildings in the EU and Korea

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 building energy performance policies adopted by the EU and the Korean governments include strengthening building energy performance requirements, obligation of nearly zero energy buildings, and promotion of building renovation. Implementing these policies require an investment – but what kind of financial and non-financial incentives do the governments of the EU and Korea provide? You will find the answer during our webinar “The 4th ZEB Insight: Incentive Schemes for Energy-Efficient Buildings in the EU and Korea” which will take place on 27 August 2020.

Time and Date: 08:30-10:30 CET, Thursday, 27 August

Organizer: EU-Korea Climate Action, Korean Energy Agency, BPIE

Supported by: EU Delegation to the Republic of Korea, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport

Target participants: Local governments, NGOs, Universities, Research Institutions, Business, General Public.

Language: English and Korean (simultaneous interpretation)


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