BSHF was one of the partners in the EU-funded Power House Europe project to encourage the sharing of good practice in energy-saving by social housing providers throughout Europe and also worked with Housing Europe on the nearly-Zero Energy Challenge. This later programme focused on building capacity and confidence amongst Europe’s social, cooperative and public housing providers ahead of the nearly-Zero Energy Buildings (nZEB) obligations to be introduced in 2020. These obligations will require that all new buildings should be nearly-Zero in terms of their energy consumption, with any energy required sourced from renewable supplies.
In partnership with Housing Europe, BSHF published a series of reports focused on the nearly-Zero Energy Challenge, which are available on the Housing Europe website.
Please find below a list of our reports, which are available to download via the following links: