Climate Adaptation and Mitigation Synergies in Energy Efficiency Projects

CAMS Platform

CAMS Platform aims to capitalize results of ongoing EU INTERREG and other EU energy efficiency projects. The platform will explore:
– how energy efficiency measures could be improved and used to increase the resilience of housing sector to negative effects of long-term climate change;
– how energy audits could be upgraded to serve relevant measures, developing accessible database for energy performance audits of buildings, especially the unified energy performance criteria for multi-storey buildings.

More specifically, the activities of CAMS Platform include:
– synthesis report of 20 pilot energy audits carried out during the project for testing updated and innovative elements of Energy Audit Database;
– guidelines for unified energy performance criteria, a qualification programme for refurbishment of multi-story buildings in housing and services sectors are elaborated and agreed on current policy-developments and qualification criteria from all participating countries;
– guidelines for achieving climate adaptation and mitigation synergies within energy efficiency refurbishment of buildings.

In the frame of the project, we want to target audience of national/regional/local authorities, energy auditors, professional bodies, housing, construction and private sector as well.

Project details

  • Project name: CAMS Platform
  • Project management: Tartu Regional Energy Agency (Estonia)
  • Part financed by: the European Union (European Regional Development Fund and European Neighbourhood Instrument) as part of the Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme 2014-2020, Priority 2 “Natural resources”, Specific objective 2.3 “Energy efficiency”.
  • Operational time: 04/2019 – 09/2021
  • Project number: C008

Project partners

County Administrative Board of Dalarna (Sweden); Permanent International Secretariat of the Council of the Baltic Sea States (Sweden); Ministry of Economics (Latvia); Foundation of Energy Saving in Gdansk (Poland); Baltic Environmental Forum Latvia (Latvia); Baltic Environmental Forum Germany (Germany); Stockholm Environment Institute Tallinn Centre (Estonia); Peter the Great St.Petersburg Polytechnic University (Russia)

Contact persons

  • Irina Paegle
  • Daina Indriksone

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