1st stakeholders meeting: Brussels, 24 June 2019
Morning session (10:00 – 13:00): Inspection of stand-alone ventilation systems
Afternoon session (14:00 – 17:00): Building renovation passport
Centre Albert Borschette, room 0.D (ground floor)
Rue Froissart 36
The 1st stakeholder meeting of the EPBD19a feasibility study is taking place in Brussels on 24 June 2019 and we are looking forward to welcoming you and receiving your input to the study! More details are available in the agenda and flyer.
The event will also be live web-streamed. To watch, at the day of the event, click here
Article 19a of the EPBD Directive 2018/844/EU requires the European Commission to conduct a feasibility study to identify the need, possibilities and timeline for introducing EU provisions related to the following two new aspects:
- the inspection of stand-alone ventilation systems and
- an optional building renovation passport
The feasibility study is contracted to a consortium formed by INIVE and BPIE who, together with a broad range of experts in the required fields, will provide technical support to the Directorate-General for Energy of the European Commission.
The tasks to be carried out within the feasibility study are:
TASK 1 Review of regulations, guidelines and standards on the inspection of stand-alone ventilation systems.
TASK 2 Analysis of the relevance, feasibility and possible scope of measures at EU-level for the inspection of stand-alone ventilation systems.
TASK 3 Selection of policy options for inspections of stand-alone ventilation systems and analysis of related potential impacts.
TASK 4 Review of building renovation passports and related schemes and initiatives at EU, National and regional level.
TASK 5 Analysis of the relevance, feasibility and possible scope of measures at EU-level for the promotion of building renovation passports.
TASK 6 Selection of policy options for building renovation passports and analysis of related potential impacts.
TASK 7 Stakeholder consultation and study website.
INIVE will lead the topic “Inspections of stand-alone ventilation systems (tasks 1 to 3)” , while BPIE will lead the topic “Optional building renovation passport (tasks 4 to 6)” . Stakeholder consultation (task 7) is led by INIVE.
The feasibility study is coordinated by INIVE EEIG and runs from 18 December 2018 until 17 December 2019.
Your opinion matters!
Throughout the study, The European Commission and the consortium contributing to this study are committed to engage with stakeholders to collect their input and viewpoints and to consider their feedback regarding the possible study results.