About EuroPHit

The EuroPHit project aims to provide solutions to deep energy retrofits for the critical area of step-by-step refurbishments. The project looks at technical solutions as well as the financial models required to make these projects viable and attractive to investors. This latest research on is being put to use in a variety of building case studies involved in the project – showing the way towards an increasingly high quality, energy efficient building stock.

BRE are leading the work on the financial part of the project, and the objectives include the following:

  • Provide a lifecycle concept to assess long term strategies of refurbishment
  • Provide solutions to overcome existing market barriers
  • Develop effective incentive policies aiming at high quality and energy efficiency
  • Develop financial concepts for step-by-step energy efficient refurbishments
  • Develop one-stop solutions which include attractive ready-to-use financial concepts
  • Motivate financial institutions to provide innovative financing for step-by-step refurbishment.


Financing Deep Retrofit Event

Date: Friday 18th March 2016

Time: 9:00-17:00

Venue: Gewerkschaftshaus (Frankfurt Train Station), Frankfurt, Germany

At the close of this EU-funded project the research and applied case study results will be examined in an international context towards increasing a high quality energy building stock and motivating local governments and financial institutions alike to adopt these innovative models. More details available at www.europhit.eu.

For registration or further questions please contact info@passivehouse-international.org

Visit the project website here.