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dc.contributor.authorGuła, Andrzej
dc.contributor.authorZaborowski, Marek
dc.contributor.authorPytliński, Łukasz
dc.descriptionThe Institute of Environmental Economics (IEE) is a non-governmental organisation, active in the area of environment protection, energy efficiency and climate policy. Its current activities focus on two key problems of environment protection in Poland that are inter-related: Air pollution caused by burning of coal and waste in household furnaces. Modernisation of single-family houses, given that heating them is the main cause of air pollution in Poland. Activities undertaken by IEE in previous years have involved: ESCO markets, the Polish system of white certificates, virtual power stations, group purchasing and implementation of the zero emissions building concept. All publications can be downloaded from the IEE website: Efficient Poland (EP) is a cooperation platform initiated and moderated by the IEE. Activities carried out as part of this initiative focus on two problems identified by IEE, namely: modernisation of single-family houses and air quality in Poland. The initiative involves organisations and institutions, including industry associations, which see these problems as vitally important, but it does not represent the interests of any particular industry or organisation.en
dc.description.abstractWe are pleased to present a report entitled ‘The technical condition of single-family houses in Poland – renovation needs’ which is based on survey research carried out in 2017 among owners of single-family houses. The report was prepared as a contribution to the building modernisation programme which was announced by the Polish Government at the beginning of 2017. Although the report is not long, readers will find a number of surprising answers relating to important questions concerning the shape of the programme that is being developed. The answers lead to the following conclusions: the scale of modernisation required is enormous and investors lack financial resources to implement the renovation work as desired (in large measure this problem can be solved through loan products, although to what degree is unclear); modernisation is not just about thermal modernisation but includes also other renovation work, such as roof, bathroom or kitchen renovation; support is essential for comprehensive renovation projects (encouraging comprehensive building modernisation through subsidies, housing modernisation rebates and other instruments).en
dc.description.sponsorshipEuropean Climate Foundation
dc.publisherInstitute of Environmental Economyen
dc.rightsUznanie autorstwa 3.0 Polska*
dc.subjectenergy efficiencyen
dc.subjectenergy consumptionen
dc.subjectenergy performanceen
dc.subjectbuilding sectoren
dc.subjectsingle-family buildingsen
dc.subjectPolish housesen
dc.subjectcomprehensive modernizationen
dc.subjectrenovation needsen
dc.subjectthermal insulationen
dc.subjectheating sourcesen
dc.subjectheating installationen
dc.subjectcoal boilersen
dc.subjectlow-stack emissionen
dc.subjectair qualityen
dc.subjectair pollutionen
dc.subjectRYŚ programen
dc.subjectsupport programen
dc.subjectmodernization programen
dc.subjectfinancial instrumenten
dc.subjectfinancing needsen
dc.subjectfinancial needsen
dc.subjectinvestment costen
dc.subjectenvironmental effecten
dc.subjectenergy povertyen
dc.titleTechnical Condition Of single-family Houses in Poland. Renovation Needsen

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