14 June 2017
09:00 - 12:00, Het Schip Museum, tower room
Energy efficiency in social housing – DREEAM and TRIME project
European Housing Network (EurHoNet) and European Federation for Living (EFL)
In the coming decades, cities will accommodate an increasing number of inhabitants. Most of the housing stock of the year 2050 has already been built but is energy inefficient and in need of renovation. In order to improve the existing stock and the quality of living there, both technical (renovation) and human aspects of energy efficiency need to be scaled up. The projects DREEAM and TRIME aim to share the best practices currently developed with a wider, European audience. In DREEAM, tenants are involved before, during, and after renovation, in order to include their needs and build trust in the process. In TRIME, goal-led training on energy efficiency is provided to the dwellers.
Coordinated by Marion Hofmann – TRIME Project Officer Clarion Housing Group
-Recruitment and training of tenants as energy ambassadors
-Replication of energy ambassador model
-Behavior change tools
Projects of Eigen Haard and Havensteder: lessons learned
Coordinated by Izabela Kurkowska – DREEAM Project Manager Chalmers University of Technology
-Design of energy services and tenant engagement programme
-Energy performance and tenant behavior comparison before and after renovation
-DREEAM energy consumption platform
EurHoNet, the European Housing Network, is a network of 32 public and social housing companies from France, Germany, Italy, Sweden and the UK. Each Eurhonet member, in its respective national context, shares the same ambition: improving professional practices and performances by sharing skills and developing a common view of excellence in the service of customers and society as a whole.
EFL, the European Federation for Living, is a European forum that works in the interest of members to add value to their business and to build sustainable neighbourhoods. EFL’s vision is for its unique membership to be at the forefront of economical and sustainable housing community development in Europe, through ensuring quicker and better access to research, innovation and funding than by any other route. The members are committed to work together to create concrete results – tangible, worthwhile projects. In doing this we will collectively develop tools and services and co-operate in EU funded programs. The members and associates are key to decision-making in EFL.
Date, time: Wednesday 14 June, 9:00 to 12:00 hrs
Location: Het Schip museum, 2nd floor, panorama room, Oostzaanstraat 45, Amsterdam