INTERNATIONAL INSTRUCT PROJECT – ONLINE WORKSHOP on 16th June 2022 – SAVE THE DATE
The European construction sector faces unprecedented challenges to achieve ambitious energy efficiency objectives, that can be met only if successful training initiatives and supporting policy instruments are put in place, acting as a springboard to stimulate the demand for energy efficiency skills.
As part of the H2020 project INSTRUCT, this workshop will propose to participants involved in legislative framework at regional, national or european level to speak up to:
- share status of legislative frameworks related to sustainability competences and skills in different countries and regions,
- share best practices examples and discuss ideas, methods and roadmaps,
- show the policy steering landscape from the point of view of workers qualifications.
- Explore ideas to improve policy instruments and incentives based on shared cases.
- Identify what are the training needs, how skills are demanded in each instrument.
- Assess gaps between real and expected skills in energy efficiency in Europe.
Authorities and representatives from trade unions and specific organizations.
9.00 – Welcome
9.05 – Overview of Local Competence Accreditation Bodies for Energy Efficiency Skills in Europe
Mohaddeseh Maktabifard, R2M Solutions, France
9.15 – Embedding sustainability in our programmes – the Cardiff University perspective
Nia Owen, Cardiff University, United Kingdom
9.30 – Regulative steering, Sustainable public procurement, and the criteria framework
Simon Le Roux, Ministry of Environment, Finland
10.00 – Break-out sessions, Part 1 – Regulatory instruments
10.25 – Break
10.30 – Policy instruments and adaptation: Energy audits, Energy effective Contracts
Harri Heinaro, Motiva, Finland
10.45 – Volountary scheme for environmental performance : Klimabonus
Sarah Juchems, Klima-agence, Luxembourg
11.00 – Super Ecobonus 110%: a super-innovative tax allowance to stimulate the renovation market
Gabriella Azzolini, ENEA, Energy Efficiency Department, Italy
11.15 – Break-out sessions, Part 2 – Voluntary instruments
11.40 – Break
11.45 – Results from the break-out sessions, conclusion and next steps
Sébastien Thomas, Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST), Luxembourg