My City AdoREs Green Buildings

My City AdoREs Green Buildings, and yours?

Do you represent a local authority or a European municipality?

Show that your city AdoREs green buildings!

Don’t miss out on energy efficiency, urban densification and building renovation. Join the growing number of cities which already support the ABRACADABRA strategy!

What is in for you?

  • Access a comprehensive set of regulatory, technical and financial toolkits to run feasibility studies on target buildings
  • Find out about ad hoc case studies from 8 EU countries that will provide inspiration and information as well as support your renovation agendas
  • Gain visibility as a supporter of innovative solutions to renovate your local building stock
  • Develop further synergy with the Covenant of Mayors’ community

Your support to the ABRACADABRA Strategy is a symbolic but important commitment!

Sign the ABRA Engagement Letter now!

ABRACADABRA is a three-year Horizon 2020 project focused on the market up-take on energy efficiency and is coordinated by the Alma Mater Studiorum University of Bologna. ABRACADABRA stands for Assistant Buildings’ addition to Retrofit, Adopt, Cure And Develop the Actual Buildings up to zeRo energy, Activating a market for deep renovation. The project started in March 2016. ABRACADABRA is based on the prior assumption that non-energy related benefits play a key role in the deep renovation of existing buildings. In particular, actions will focus on the following main benefit: the generation of a substantial increase of the real estate value of the buildings through significant energy and architectural transformation (mainly integration of Renewable Energy Sources systems with new volume additions or new buildings’ construction) to go beyond the minimum energy performance and aim at achieving Nearly Zero Energy Buildings (nZEBs).

To find out more about the project, go to the ABRACADABRA Website: 

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 696126.

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