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22. May 2013

"SHELTER Final Conference - Innovation in the procurement of Energy renovation" - 22 May 2013, Dublin, Ireland

Improving the energy performance of buildings while reducing costs for Social Housing Providers & Residents through better planning along the whole renovation supply chain is the main goal of the IEE-funded project SHELTER (see www.shelterproject-iee.eu for further information).

The SHELTER Final Event took place in the context of the CECODHAS Housing Europe General Assembly 2013 in association with the Irish EU Presidency.
After an introduction on the sector’s current challenges and an outlook on the renovation market trends and their implication for Social Housing Providers, panellist focused on tested innovative coordination and delivery methods in the renovation and construction supply chain, with concrete examples from SHELTER Pilots implemented in England, Italy, Bulgaria, Belgium and France. The last panel was dedicated to financial schemes and access to capital.

 

Please download here the presentations made during the event:


Opening & Welcome Panel

Opening Speech 
Minister Jan O’Sullivan - Ministry of State for Housing & Planning

Current Challenges facing Social Housing Providers across the EU
Mr Kurt Eliasson - President of CECODHAS Housing Europe

The SHELTER project: Experiencing new models of coordination for energy renovation of Social Housing
Ms Angela Ruiz Lazaro - Project Coordinator, LogiRep


Panel I - EU Renovation and Construction Trends
Moderated by: Ms Selma Harrington, President of ACE

European wide Renovation Market Trends and Implications for Social Housing Providers
Mr Adrian Joyce - Secretary General of EuroACE

EU Renovation and Construction Trends - A view from the supply chain
Mr Heimo Scheuch - President of The European Tiles and Bricks Producers Federation (TBE)
 
Realistic perspectives for energy renovation in the next decades
Mr Henk Visscher - Professor at TU Delft

Future Delivery Paths for Retrofitting in Ireland
Mr Jay Stuart - Consultant at DWEcoCo


Panel II - Renovation and Construction Supply Chain Coordination
Moderated by: Mr Riccardo Viaggi, Secretary General of EBC

A methodology for choosing the best adapted delivery methods: SHELTER Guide and Recommendations for energy renovations
Mr Tadeo Baldiri Salcedo Rahola - Researcher at TU Delft

SHELTER example of integrated delivery project: Implementing a Design-Build-Maintenance contract at Dynacité
Mr Yves Galiegue - Project Manager at Dynacité

Findings of the IEE Project Prometheus: access of SME’s to integrated project delivery market
Mr Enrico Cancino - Director of CRACA

Presentation of the IEE Project AFTER - Cost Optimum and Standard Solutions for Maintenance and Management of the Social Housing Stock
Ms Anna Maria Pozzo - Consultant at Federcasa


Panel III - Affordable Access to Capital 
Moderated by: Mr Gene Clayton, Vice President of the ICSH

Retrofit financing schemes for Social Housing
Ms Yamina Saheb - International Energy Agency (IEA)

Financing Social Housing Renovation and Construction in Europe
Mr Holger Seifert - Council of Europe Development Bank (CEB)

Example of national funding scheme: The UK’s Green Deal
Ms Rosalind Wall - Green Deal Programme Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC)

Better Energy Programmes - 2013 Update
Ms Patricia Comiskey - Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI)

Area-based Energy Efficiency Retrofit Projects
Representative form Electric Ireland

The Pinewood Green Case Study and Monitoring Results
Mr Geoff Corcoran - Development Manager at NABCO


Closing Panel

The way Forward
Mr Kurt Eliasson - President of CECODHAS Housing Europe

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