The Long-Term Building Renovation Strategy highlights, with quantitative and qualitative indicators, the problems caused by the current energy situation of the building stock, but also the opportunities offered by a greater mobilization of investments in the field of radical renovations. The parties involved, the obstacles that exist and how they can be overcome are identified. Based on the above data, a roadmap with measurable progress indicators up to 2050 is presented in conclusion. The aim is to facilitate the cost-effective conversion of existing buildings into Near Zero Energy Buildings.
Each Member State’s Long Term Renewal Strategy is submitted to the Commission as part of its final consolidated National Energy and Climate Plan.