In association with the Hungarian National Association of Condominiums and Condominium Managers (TTOE), UIPI will host the first event of the UIPI renovation Tour in Budapest on 17 September 2021. It aims to bring the European Commission’s (EC) climate targets closer to EU citizens, notably Hungarian property owners and condominium managers, by leading locally relevant policy debates and proposing practical solutions building on existing European and local initiatives.
The event will be divided in two sessions. In the morning there will be a policy session which will feature keynote speaker presentations to set the scene, and explain to the participants what is expected at EU, national and local level in terms of regulations and support schemes with an energy-efficiency focus. To steer the discussion around the implications that these might entail for relevant stakeholders, decision-makers and affected citizens, this morning session will end with a participative round-table discussion, in which invited speakers have the opportunity to exchange their views and expertise, and all event participants (presential and virtual) get to ask questions or make comments.
The afternoon session will be dedicated to help citizens, property owners and building managers entail with the changes asked from them. A series of practical workshop panels will showcase cutting edge developed solutions, especially adapted to their needs, in the fields of financial aspects and support, technical solutions and innovations, and available assistance to facilitate renovation. The workshops will include short presentations or trainings and allow for participants to clear out any doubts they might have by addressing the panelists directly. To end the afternoon session and event, there will be a final feedback session to review provided information, main takes and comments from all participants.
Registration is now open for the online and presential attendance, please make sure to register using the button below. The complete programme will be available soon, you can download the provisional version in the button below as well.
- Member of the Cabinet of the European Commissioner for Energy, Karlis Goldstein
- Head of the Ministry of Innovation and Technology’s Department for Strategic Planning and Programming, Victor Horváth
- President of TTOE, Ágnes Bék
- Hungarian Energy Efficiency Institute (MEHI), Ilona Szécsi
- Secretary General at The International Union of Property Owners (UIPI), Emmanuelle Causse
- President at the Hungarian Real Estate Council and chair of the Budapest Chamber of Commerce and Industry, József Sztranyák
- Postdoctoral Researcher at Central European University, Souran Chtterjee
- Chamber of Hungarian Architects, András Bordás
- Executive Director for Monetary Policy and Foreign Exchange Management, Magyar Nemzeti Bank (National Bank of Hungary), Ádám Banai
- Expert Economist at IMRO DDDK, Varga Zoltán
- Managing Director of Comfort Consulting, Zoltán Magyar
- Architect at Architecture, Engineering and Construction (CYPE), Ane Ferreiro
- BME senior lecturer, Dr. Csoknyai Tamás