[IEECP newsletter] April/May 2021: energy efficiency first, energy poverty in the rented sector, challenges of energy auditing, and much more

In the era of the new normal, we are all in need of new solutions to battle the same old problems. The last year has, more than ever, made us aware that there are uncertainties that can change our lives and businesses in an instant.

As with every obstacle, there is a way to turn it into an opportunity – during great uncertainty, it becomes ever more important to focus on creating innovative solutions and building an agile community that can easily adapt to change.

IEECP was fortunate that our already online and international style of working proved to be a winner in this new normalcy. Additionally, in our projects, we strive to achieve innovation in several sustainability sectors. A few of our websites are now launched so we invite you to join us on the innovative path to a more sustainable future – use our available ideas, research, and findings to improve your policies, businesses, and everyday living.

Browse through the new websites to learn more about behavioural interventions for energy efficiency at home (NUDGE), bioenergy and communities (BECoop), energy vulnerability in the private rented sector (ENPOR), energy audits and EMS for SMEs (DEESME).

We are also happy to share to our friends working in European cities and regions that we won a project PROSPECT+, which is a succession of our successful project PROSPECT.

There is already a PROSPECT alumni network connecting 100+ European cities and regions. Launching PROSPECT+ means that in the following four years there will be more opportunities for new cities to learn from their peers about innovative financing for sustainable policies.

Read more on our latest achievements in our spring newsletter. 

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