Building stock saving requires implementation of effective policies

On 4 June 2015, the Global Buildings Performance Network (GBPN) published a report entitled “Deep Building Renovation - International Policy Guidelines”. According to the report, savings in the existing building stock can only be achieved with the widespread adoption and implementation of effective policy packages.

The report also presents a global analysis of best practice renovation policies. In terms of which policies could encourage savings in the building sector, the authors believe that a collection of instruments that work together to upscale, finance, and promote deep renovation will be required. Nevertheless, such a package would also need to take into consideration the specific political, economic and social situation of the country in question.

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