[C03] Demonstration of the best practices in various cities through the use of new tools such as Quickscan, the roadmap, and the Building Passport

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The action consists of launching a pilot call for proposals within the municipalities having signed the Covenant of Majors and possessing a SEAP (Sustainable Energy Action Plan) or a SECAP (Sustainable Energy and Climate Action Plan) . The goal is to use and validate the tools developed within the framework of the Walloon Region renovation strategy: Quickscan, the “roadmap” and the Building Passport - Energy component, tools meant to lead to the completion and the monitoring of works for improved energy performance, all while involving the local level (municipalities) in the promotion and monitoring of the proposed action, as well as the disseminating the results

The beneficiary responsible for implementation

The Walloon region represented by SPW – DGO4 – Department of Energy and Sustainable Building – Sustainable Buildings Management

Stakeholders: 117 municipalities, University of Liège (LEMA), the Catholic University of Louvain (Architecture et Climat), licensed professionals, construction industry, citizens

Aims

The goal is to use and validate the tools developed within the framework of the Walloon Region renovation strategy: Quickscan (see Action A.5. & C.18.), the “roadmap” (see Action A.6. & C.19 and the Building Passport - Energy component (see Action A.7. & C.20.), tools meant to lead to the completion and the monitoring of works for improved energy performance, all while involving the local level (municipalities) in the promotion and monitoring of the proposed action, as well as the disseminating the results.  Advantages of this action:

- For the regional administration:

o obtaining concrete feedback on the tools developed to address the long-term renovation strategy for housing units and preparing the assessment and adaptation action of the tools developed within the framework of the project integrated into the context of an extension of these tools to the entire regional territory (Action D.2)

o Verify, by monitoring the consumption, the adequacy of the recommendations provided by the tool and the savings actually achieved during the work

- For municipalities:

o Valorization within the context of the implementation of their SEAP/SECAP

o Demonstration of the exemplary character of the municipality

o Development and highlighting of the competencies of the municipal personnel

o Access to financial means to ensure the follow-up of the action

o Economic benefits for the territory for the implementation of roadmaps and improvement works.

- For licensed professionals:

o Further training in the implementation techniques

o Highlighting their competencies

o Developing new markets

- For the construction industry:

o Creation of new activities

o Guarantee of quality work with the expertise of the auditor

- For citizens:

o Benefits from the expertise of the auditor in making an informed choice regarding works to be undertaken

o Visualization of the goal to achieve and other works to consider, including investments to be made

o Support in the realization of the works

o Updating of the data specific to the building, and issuance of a new PEB certificate post-works.

o Access to financial aid, which is in addition to regional aids

o Improvement of energy efficiency and comfort of renovated housing units under this action

o Quantification of this improvement by monitoring consumption

- For the climate:

o Increase the CO2 reduction included in the SEAP/SECAP of the 10 municipalities chosen.

Expected results

  1. Surfaces analyzed m² 150m² per unit on average 45,000m²
  2. Housing units subject to support in works Number 100 with a decrease of 1100 tCO2/year/ household
  3. Roadmaps Actions Number 300 with a decrease of 3300 tCO2/year/analyzed household
  4. Quickscans Action Number 1000 with a decrease of 3300 tCO2/year/analyzed household
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Eddy Deruwe

+32 (0)2 553  15 98

eddy.deruwe@vea.be

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1000 Brussels