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    Project description

    Project Name BEEN Baltic Energy Efficiency Network for the Building Stock
    Implementation period: December 2005 - December 2007
    Project Coordinator:

    Housing Initiative for Eastern Europe (IWO) e.V.Initiative Wohnungswirtschaft Osteuropa (IWO) e.V.

    Partners:
    1. Lead Partner – Berlin Government, Senate Department for Urban Development (Germany)
    2. Project Coordinator – Housing Initiative for Eastern Europe (IWO) e.V. (Germany)
    3. Federal Ministry of Transport, Building and Urban Affairs (BMVBS) (Germany)
    4. Ministry of Science, Economic Affairs and Transport of Land Schleswig-Holstein (Germany)
    5. Ministry of Labour, Building and Development Mecklenburg-West Pomerania (Germany)
    6. Ministry of Transport and Construction (Poland)
    7. National Energy Conservation Agency (NAPE) (Poland)
    8. National Economy Bank (BGK) (Poland)
    9. Ministry of Environment (Lithuania)
    10. Housing Agency (Lithuania)
    11. Klaipeda City Municipality (Lithuania)
    12. Ministry of Regional Development and Local Governments (Latvia)
    13. State Agency “Housing Agency” (Latvia)
    14. Riga City Council (Latvia)
    15. Credit and Export Guarantee Fund KredEX (Estonia)
    16. Association of Estonian Facilities Adminstrators and Maintainers (Estonia)
    17. Estonian Union of Cooperative Housing Associations (Estonia)
    18. Tallinn University of Technology (Estonia)
    19. Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications of the Republic of Estonia (Estonia)
    20. Tallinn City Government (Estonia)
    21. Minsk Region Unitary Office “The Management of housing-municipal services” (Belarus)
    22. Zhodino Executive City Committee (Belarus)
    23. Non-Profit Partnership “The St. Peterburg House Property Owners Association” (Russia)
    24. Administration of St. Peterburg (Russia)
    25. Administration of Kaliningrad Oblast, Dep. Energy and Housing (Russia)
    Website: http://www.been-online.net/
    Objective:

    The overall goal of the project was to develop strategies and technical, legal, institutional, and financial instruments that promote and enable energy efficient refurbishment of residential buildings in the Baltic Sea Region, focusing on multi-storey buildings erected between 1950 and 1990.

    Results:
    • Reducing energy loss and CO2 emissions.
    • Introdicing a comprehensive strategy for energy efficient refurbishment (EER).
    • Creating effective legal and administrative structures.
    Contact in NAPE:

    Andrzej Rajkiewicz, arajkiewicz@nape.pl