Acceptance of nearly zero-energy buildings report
09. 04. 2013
New report on specific features of public and social acceptance and perception of nearly zero-energy buildings and renewable heating and cooling in Europe with a specific focus on the target countries has been published.
This report explores the factors influencing public acceptance of nearly-zero energy building solutions and renewable heating and cooling in the building sector. It contributes to the ENTRANZE project. ENTRANZE is funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe programme and aims to actively support policy making by providing data, analysis and guidelines to achieve a fast and strong penetration of nearly-zero-energy buildings (nZEB) and renewable heating and cooling (RESH/C) in the existing building stock.
The report is available in section Publications/Acceptance of nZEB.