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Belgium-Brussels: Lessons Learned to Inform Integrated Approaches for the Renovation and Modernisation of the Built Environment
Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: https://ec.europa.eu
Section II: Object
Lessons Learned to Inform Integrated Approaches for the Renovation and Modernisation of the Built Environment
This study aims to identify lessons that can be learned from existing legislative and non-legislative measures, including the EPBD and related tools (but not limited to them), for supporting the transition to a more sustainable built environment and to actively engaging citizens in achieving the necessary transformation of our building stock to adapt to climate change. In order to support the transition to a more sustainable built environment, it would be valuable to have a better understanding of the potential of buildings policy more generally, and of the EPBD and related enabling measures in particular, to contribute to achieving broader policy objectives. This analysis should be conscious of complementary EU legislation and initiatives touching on buildings and their energy or sustainability aspects.
Task 1: screening, definition of scope and key EU challenges;
Task 2: regulatory review – building codes and other legislation which may apply to buildings and which support the relevant strategic areas;
Task 3: policy overview – existing buildings policy initiatives and which support the relevant strategic areas;
Task 4: in-depth analysis and assessment of options for mandatory minimum requirements for sale, rental or other property transactions;
Task 5: lessons learned on the right level and best tools for addressing the various issues, including on the role of the EPBD and related tools. Tenderers shall clearly describe their overall approach to the work and the proposed services to deliver on this scope as part of the service contract, including the acquisition of commercial data.
The H2020 Workprogramme 2018-2020
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Section IV: Procedure
Tenders will be opened at 11:00 a.m. at 24 rue de Mot, Directorate-General for Energy, unit C3, 1040-Brussels, BELGIUM.
Tenderers may attend the meeting but be represented by not more than one person. At the end of the opening session, the chairman of the opening committee will indicate the name of the tenderers and the decision concerning the admissibility of each offer received. The prices mentioned in the bids will not be communicated.
Section VI: Complementary information
Internet address: http://curia.europa.eu