The Intelligent Energy Europe (IEE) funded project Collaboration for Housing Nearly Zero-Energy Renovation (COHERENO), aimed to strengthen collaboration of enterprises in innovative business schemes for realising Nearly Zero-Energy Building (NZEB) renovations in single family owner occupied houses. The project focused on eliminating barriers for collaboration, providing enterprises with guidance on how to collaborate and on developing services for the different customer segments.
Major outputs of the project included:
Post date: 27 Jun 2017
This report from the ZEBRA2020 project aims to set up a clear methodology for the definition of nearly Zero-Energy Buildings (nZEBs) in the context of market tracking, both in new constructions and in (deep) renovations.
Post date: 4 Sep 2015
Dena, TU Delft, Segel, VCB, Sintef, BPIE, Vito, PHP and Ogut are proud to present the results of the EU-funded project COHERENO and draw conclusions for policy-makers and constructions stakeholders during this afternoon conference, following the Renovate Europe Day in Brussels.
New collaborative business models for high efficiency refurbishment of single-family owner-occupied houses to nearly zero-energy levels have been developed in the partner countries.
Post date: 17 Jul 2015
This report proposes a set of criteria to track nearly zero-energy buildings (nZEB1) renovation in order to identify market actors that implement nZEB renovation for housing sector in five target countries. The report is established as part of an Intelligent Energy Europe project, entitled COHERENO - “Collaboration for housing nearly zero-energy renovation” (www.cohereno.eu).
Post date: 29 Oct 2013
This report proposes a set of criteria to track nearly zero-energy buildings (nZEB1) renovation in order to identify market actors that implement nZEB renovation for housing sector in five target countries. The report is established as part of an Intelligent Energy Europe project, entitled COHERENO-“Collaboration for housing nearly zero-energy renovation” (www.cohereno.eu).
Post date: 14 Oct 2013
According to European Directives, Europe’s newly-built houses will have to use almost no energy from 2021. However, renovation of homes towards nearly zero-energy is still in a demonstration phase. This means that actors delivering renovation will need to speed up their market development and improve their market strategies.
The goal of this workshop is to explore key issues that allow the development of structures for collaboration between actors that are involved in delivering nearly zero-energy buildings (nZEBs).
Post date: 16 Sep 2013
There is an urgent need to increase the energy efficiency of European building stock. Buildings account for 40 percent of total energy consumption in the European Union.
Nearly zero energy buildings (NZEBs), a new generation of low energy buildings, with integrated renewable energy sources, increased levels of comfort and limited environmental impact, will play a pivotal role in improving European building stock.
Post date: 21 Jun 2013
Post date: 29 May 2013