On 17 April, the European Parliament formally endorsed updated rules to increase the energy efficiency of the European Union’s buildings. With these new rules coming into play, what is expected from the real estate sector? How will the EU incentivise and drive the rate of renovation? How will occupiers be impacted? How should the real estate sector help deliver EU energy targets?
Join our event, “Location, Location, Renovation – Building for a greener future,” to be a part of the discussion!
JLL and FTI Consulting
with the support of
the European Public Real Estate Association (EPRA) invite you to
Location, Location, Renovation –
Building for a greener future
Thursday, 3 May, 2018
FTI Consulting Offices
Avenue Marnix 23, 1000 Brussels
Sir Philip Lowe, Special Adviser FTI Consulting, former Director-General of DG ENERGY
Tudor Constantinescu, Principal Advisor to Director General for Energy, European Commission
Dr. Josefina Lindblom, Unit of Eco-innovation and Circular economy, DG ENV
Richard Hamilton-Grey, Sustainability Manager for Europe and Asia, TH Real Estate
Frédéric Tourné, Head of Environmental Management, Befimmo
Oliver Rapf, Executive Director, Buildings Performance Institute Europe
Europe has committed to decarbonise its building stock by 2050. Responsible for 40% of total energy consumption and 36% of the EU’s CO2 emissions, the built environment has an important role to play in driving Europe’s energy efficiency targets and reducing its greenhouse gas emissions by 2030. As the EU updates its Energy Performance of Buildings Directive, 75% of buildings are considered energy-inefficient and only 1.2% of total building stock per year is being renovated. The need for change could overhaul how the real estate sector operates.
8h – 8h30: Registrations and networking
8h30 – 9h15: Discussion
9h15 – 9h30: Q&A
9h30 –10h30: Coffee and networking
To register contact Ani Gundes: firstname.lastname@example.org