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The objective of the BUILDEST project was to embed training on efficient and sustainable energy solutions for buildings in the mainstream curricula and practice of building professionals in Estonia, taking into account the expected contribution of the building sector to the national 2020 targets and the requirements for “nearly zero-energy buildings”. The ultimate goal of the Roadm

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Euroopa Liidus on ca 40% kogu energiakasutusest seotud ehitistega. Sellest pool saaks säästa lihtsate ja tõhusate meetmete abil. Eestis on võimalik saavutada vähemalt 30% energiasäästu 20. sajandil ehitatud kortermajade renoveerimisega. Euroopa Liidu 2020. aasta eesmärkide saavutamiseks ning Eesti ehitussektori konkurentsivõime tõstmiseks tuleb ehitusmeistreid ja -töölisi energiatõhususe alal harida.

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In EU, buildings account for 40% of all energy use, half of which could be saved through simple and effective measures, such as better insulation. Apartment buildings of the 20th century in Estonia can be renovated to consume at least 30% less energy. The number of such buildings is ca. 500 000 in Eastern Europe. Estonian craftsmen and building workers have to be highly educated and informed about the issues of energy efficiency to contribute to the EU2020 goals achievement and meet the market demand for competence.

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BUILDEST project public seminar

Buildest project public event for introducing the initial results of the analysis of the national status quo, on the 8th of June 2012 in Radisson hotel (see the attached agenda).

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Eesti Korteriühistute Liit (EKÜL)

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Riigi Kinnisvara AS (RKAS)

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State Real Estate Ltd.

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