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D1.1 Existing sustainable renovation concepts
D1.2 Analysis of promising sustainable renovation concepts
D1.3 Sustainable renovation concepts for single-family houses

D2.1 Report on stakeholder interest
D2.2 Report on possible marketing strategies

D3.1 Financing schemes
D3.2 Business models
D3.3 Summary report


D1.1 Existing sustainable renovation concepts

The term “sustainable” includes many environmental, social and economic indicators. In this project, sustainable renovation is defined with emphasis on primary energy use, but without disregarding the other indicators. A sustainable renovation concept is defined as:

”A concept that results in cost-effective renovation of a house with substantially better energy performance, coupled to a mainly renewable energy supply system, and improved indoor environment. The level of total primary energy use should be preferably equal to a new house built according to standard building code requirements or better” .

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D1.2 Analysis of promising sustainable renovation concepts

The report focuses on analyses of the most promising existing sustainable renovation concepts, i.e. full-service concepts and technical concepts, for single-family houses. As a basis for the analyses a detailed building stock analysis was carried out. Furthermore, a general method as proposal for package solutions for sustainable renovation is described.

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D1.3 Sustainable renovation concepts for single-family houses

An ideal full-service concept in five phases is proposed, going from initial evaluation of the house, to extensive analyses, proposal for package solutions, coordinated execution and operation and finally management of the house after renovation.

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D2.1 Report on stakeholder interests

The report focuses on the different actors in the marketplace which offer products or services connected to renovation of houses. Which abilities do the different actors have for contribution to establish a one stop shop which offers a holistic renovation concept? Also complementary businesses such as banks are included in the analysis. Further, opportunities and threats are identified for different clusters of one stop shop."

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D2.2 Report on possible marketing strategies

The document describes examples of missions, visions and strategies based on the potential piloting models defined in earlier phases of the project. Also advice on how the strategies should be developed is described in this report.

D3.1 Financing schemes

There are significant potentials to improve energy efficiency of single-family houses in the Nordic countries. Technical solutions exist, but there are market and financial barriers to implementation of such measures. The aim of the report is to identify financial barriers to implement energy efficiency measures in Nordic single family houses and to discuss options to address those barriers.

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D3.2 Business models

The aim of the report is to analyze and develop one-stop-shop business models to offer full-service renovation packages in the Nordic countries. The report will contribute to identify potential models that can be tested in pilot studies and will be an important source of market information for companies planning to develop a one-stop-shop concept.

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D3.3 Summary report

The summary report contains synthesized information from other reports from the project which cover a review of existing  sustainable renovation concepts (D1.1), identification of target  groups and energy efficiency potential  of  packages  of  measures  (D1.2),  proposals  on  improved  sustainable  renovation concepts  (D1.3),  analysis  of  stakeholder  interests  (D2.1)  and  market  strategies  (D2.2), analysis of financing schemes (D3.1) and business models (D3.2).

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