D2.1 Inter-regional survey on the measures toward EE in different countries

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The aim of the SEETheSkills project is to act at market level to stimulate the demand for previously developed and new or upgraded energy skills, and thus help enable energy efficient (EE) construction of new and renovation of existing building stock.

It builds on the foundations created as part of previous BUS experiences in the five partner countries North Macedonia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, and The Netherlands.This project will first gather the best practices and ensuing lessons-learnt in order to level-up the achievements from national level to interregional level. It will act through a novel 3V approach to tackle direct simulation of demand of energy skills.
The 3V stands for Visibility, Validation, and Value.
Visibility of skills will be enabled through the creation of an on-line repository, which will make skills visible, accessible and available on an interregional level.
The skills will be Validated by being comparable across partner countries and by transferring and replicating training schemes between project partners.
The previous two steps will raise the Value of energy skills and thus the market demand, by expressing their benefit in achieving sustainability of construction. Work Package 2 (WP2) is dedicated to conducting the Interregional survey, through which we
will identify current Status Quo on existing EE measures. The output of the WP2 will “feed” the databases in WP6, with the collected information.
The task “Task 2.1 Exploring current status of energy skills on EU level”, as part of the WP2, is aimed at conducting desk research through which we wanted to identify information pertaining the existing position of energy skills in construction business on the EU level, with a
special focus on the five partner countries.
Through the task we looked at things, such as the initiatives affecting the status of demand of energy skills, level of awareness, current offer of training schemes, available certifications, legal obligations, predictions of further development, and others.

The output of the task is “2.1.1 Desk research on state-of-art of energy skills on EU level”. The methodology for the research is described in chapter “2. Methodology”. The majority of the research was conducted at the University of Ljubljana, with the partners contributing at key points of the research, with their specialist and locational knowledge. Chapter 3 focuses on presenting the main results of the desk research. All identified information can be found at the end of this document, in Appendixes. In chapter 4 we discuss the results.

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