21/03/18 – EeMAP German national workshop in Frankfurt

The German Sustainable Building Council, DGNB, will host a national workshop to bring together expert stakeholders to debate EeMAP’s proposals and how to launch efficiency mortgage pilots in the German market. The event will provide opportunity to explore the formation of a national hub for green mortgages in Germany.

The event will take place on 21 March – venue to be confirmed.

For more information, please contact: s.koch@dgnb.de

Roundtable on Sustainable Finance & Energy Efficiency – Singapore – 8 February 2018

On 8 February 2018 the Energy Efficient Mortgages Initiative was presented at the Roundtable on Sustainable Finance & Energy Efficiency in Singapore in collaboration with the National University of Singapore’s School of Design and Environment. The Roundtable is a strong sign of the growing global interest in energy efficiency financing and it brought together Singaporean government representatives and participants from the European and Asian financial, building performance and construction industries.

22/03/2018 – EeMAP Spanish national workshop in Madrid

The Green Building Council España (GBCe)will host a national workshop to bring together expert stakeholders to debate EeMAP’s proposals and how to launch energy efficiency mortgage pilots in the Spanish market. The event will provide opportunity to explore the formation of a national hub for green mortgages in Spain.

The event will take place on 22 March – venue to be confirmed.

Click here for full details of the event

For more information, please contact: emilio.miguelmitre@gbce.es

 

04/04/18 – EeMAP French national workshop in Paris

Alliance HQE-GBC will host a national to bring together expert stakeholders to debate EeMAP’s proposals and how to launch efficiency mortgage pilots in the French market. The event will provide opportunity to explore the formation of a national hub for green mortgages in France.

The event will take place on the morning of 04 April – venue to be confirmed.

Click here for full details of the event (in French)

For more information, please contact: aperressin@hqegbc.org

27/03/18 – EeMAP Croatian national workshop in Zagreb

The Croatian Green Building Council will host a national workshop to bring together expert stakeholders to debate EeMAP’s proposals and how to launch energy efficiency mortgage pilots in the Croatian market. The event will provide opportunity to explore the formation of a national hub for green mortgages in Croatia.

The event will take place on 27 March (h. 09.00-13.00) at Hotel Academia, Tkalčićeva 88, Zagreb.

Click here for full details of the event (in Croatian)

For more information, please contact tanja.markovic@gbccroatia.org

Energy Efficient Mortgages Going Global: Next Destination Vancouver – 18 April 2018

We are pleased to announce the 27th ECBC Plenary Meeting in Vancouver, Canada on the 18 of April which includes the Energy efficient Mortgages Action Plan (EeMAP) & Energy efficiency Data Portal & Protocol (EeDaPP) Panel Event.

The Panel will be held after the Plenary Meeting on the evening of 18 April 2018 (18h00-22h00) and it will focus on the role that these initiatives, supported by the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 programme, can play in the development of a “green” mortgage product in Europe with the objective of supporting the region’s COP21 commitments. This event will be followed by an evening Reception co-hosted with Euromoney Conferences.

For further information: https://hypo.org/ecbc/event/ecbc-plenary-meeting-vancouver-canada/

SAVE THE DATE: Energy Efficient Mortgages event – Windsor – 14 June 2018

We are pleased to announce that an Energy Efficient Mortgages event will take place the 14 June 2018 in Windsor, United Kingdom.

Following on from the public consultation earlier this year, the final “EeMAP Pilot Phase Implementation Guidelines”, which will underpin the forthcoming EeMAP Pilot Phase later this year, will be presented.

The Energy Efficient Mortgages event will take place at the Cumberland Lodge, the historic former royal residence in the heart of Windsor Great Park (map).

More information will follow in due course, but we kindly ask you to save the date in your calendars.

EeMAP press release – Dutch banks meet for first EeMAP roundtable in the Netherlands

 

 

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 Brussels, 19 January 2018 – For immediate release

 

Dutch banks meet for first EeMAP roundtable in the Netherlands

 

Today, the Energy Efficient Mortgages Initiative, which brings together two Horizon 2020 funded Projects, the Energy Efficient Mortgages Action Plan (EeMAP) and the Energy Efficient Data Protocol & Portal (EeDaPP), takes another important step forward with the third in a series of national Roundtable events, this time focussing on the Netherlands.

 

The event, organised in Amsterdam and hosted by ING, brings together representatives from the Dutch banking industry for an exchange of views on the practical implementation in the Dutch market of the Initiative, which seeks to scale-up mortgage financing for energy efficient buildings at European level and collect and analyse related data.

 

The outcomes of today’s discussions will feed into the EeMAP Pilot Phase, which will test the framework for energy efficient mortgages produced by the EeMAP project’s technical committees. The Pilot Phase is expected to begin in June 2018 with a view to delivering a final framework for an energy efficient mortgage product in the final stage of the EeMAP Initiative in 2019.

 

The first EeMAP national case study, with a focus on Italy, was launched on 13 November 2017 in Milan; the second, with a focus on Belgium, took place on 15 November 2017. A series of other national Roundtable events are in the pipeline for later this year.

 

 

Luca Bertalot, EeMAP Coordinator, commented:

 

“We are delighted to have the opportunity to discuss our Energy Efficient Mortgages Initiative with the Dutch banking community. Exchanges of this kind with local stakeholders are invaluable for identifying and incorporating national best practices into the framework at European level and, ultimately, for the long-term success of the Initiative.”

 

 

For more information on the Energy Efficient Mortgages Initiative, visit the project’s website at http://energyefficientmortgages.eu/ and follow the project on Twitter.