» Recent Climate Strategy Publications
Climate Strategy publishes and contributes to various reports and white papers each year. The principal research papers are launched with public events and have a set of supporting materials produced alongside the reports for media communications and to assist in their dissemination. In several cases, there are also video presentations available for review.
Click on the icons in order to access the reports and their supporting materials:
GTR’s 2012 Report, A National Perspective on Spain’s Building Sector
Published in November 2012: This report – the second collaborative work from the Rehabilitation Working Group (GTR – El Grupo de Trabajo sobre Rehabilitación) - presents two significant improvements: GTR’s 2012 economic model introduces over eighty new parameters, and incorporates the new legislative guidelines from the European Union’s new Energy Efficiency Directive.
A National Perspective on Spain's Building Sector
Published in November 2011: “This report is a collaborative work which provides the background, structure, methodology, analysis and an action plan for Spain to launch and support a New Housing Sector creating jobs and saving energy and CO2 emissions.”
Challenges and Funding Opportunities for the Energy Efficient Renovation of Spain’s Residential Building Stock
Published on February 2012: “This report examines the international tools and policies designed to fund energy retrofit projects in the residential sector. It also aims to examine the possible ways to adopt similar policies that can boost the Spanish housing stock retrofit sector.
Financing Mechanisms for Europe’s Buildings Renovation Assessment and Structuring Recommendations for Funding European 2020 Retrofit Targets
Published in September 2011: “This report states that appropriate national policy frameworks remain the most significant drivers of optimal national energy efficiency and refurbishment outcomes. However there is also a clear need to create financing mechanisms and support programmes which have the capacity to stimulate investments in the order of Euro 100 billion per annum into European buildings in aggregate from public and private sources (consistent with individual Member State target financing levels of 0.5-0.8% of GDP)”.