This event will present practical case studies showcasing financing solutions to retrofit residential stocks.
A focus on retrofit has been ranked as the number one priority to support London’s transition towards a zero carbon city in an NLA survey of over 100 organisations from across architecture, engineering, consulting and public sector bodies. However, the lack of green finance to fund the transition has been rated the second biggest challenge to address, second only to the lack of clear policies and regulatory framework.
The Green Finance Institute has launched the Coalition for the Energy Efficiency of Buildings where new financial mechanisms have been developed to address the retrofit challenge.
This event will present practical case studies showcasing financing solutions to retrofit residential stocks that cover private owners, renters and council housing. It aims at providing a response to the NLA Zero Carbon London report that calls for greater access to green finance if we are to tackle the climate emergency.
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