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Building renovation strategy before and after COVID19: the Copenhagen case study

EERAdata aims to accelerate the implementation of the “Energy Efficiency first” principle across Europe by supporting policy-makers to effectively assess the impacts of Energy Efficiency (EE) investments, with an initial focus on investments in buildings, in order to achieve a highly energy efficient and decarbonised building stock.  The project brings together researchers, energy agencies and municipalities from 6 EU countries who will collaborate for two and a half years to inform investment decisions and improve energy efficiency in buildings.

The project now interviewed Theis Hybschmann Petersen from the City of Copenhagen, to discuss the city’s efforts in achieving its goal of becoming carbon neutral by 2025, with a focus on the impact of COVID-19 on its building renovation strategy.

Learn more about the project and read the interview: https://eeradata-project.eu