ALDREN is a methodological framework that implements the EVCS, with 4 standalone modules (Energy ratings, Energy verification, Comfort & well-being, Cost & value & risk) and 2 reporting tools (European Voluntary Certificate, EVC, and Building Renovation Passport, BRP)
Learn more about the ALDREN project through this latest webinar organized jointly with the BuildUp portal (November 2020) and find out how the tools developed by ALDREN can improve the reliability, comparability, transparency and quality for professionals concerned by deep renovation of buildings
Watch the videos of the final conference where the members of the consortium presented the ALDREN methodology and where some invited speakers from ADEME, Cushman & Wakefield and Greater London Authority participated
ALliance for Deep RENovation in buildings
Encouraging investment and accelerating the movement towards a nearly zero energy non-residential building stock accross the EU
There is a need for a common language to be shared between the stakeholders of the implementation chain. An ALDREN Alliance has been set up to better specify their needs and reflect them in high-quality protocols.
Modules & Tools
ALDREN is a methodological framework consisting of 4 standalone MODULES to assess the energy performance, Indoor Environmental Quality, and financial value of buildings, and 2 reporting TOOLS (EU Voluntary Certificate, Building Renovation Passport)
ALDREN’s methodology has been explicitly demonstrated and implemented on a set of buildings (offices, hotels), concerned with deep renovation, and located in Spain, France, Slovakia, Italy, and United Kingdom
Last webinar of the ALDREN project organized jointly with the BuildUp portal The ALDREN Project – ALliance for Deep RENovation in buildings – focuses on increasing the rate and quality of building renovations through the development of performance assessments and...read more
ALDREN is an EU-funded Horizon 2020 project aiming at establishing the business case for deep renovation in non-residential buildings with a focus on offices and hotels. The 3-year programme which started in November 2017 intends to encourage investment and accelerate...read more
The "REHVA Journal" magazine dedicates a special issue in August 2020 to the ALDREN project with articles by ALDREN partners and other experts consulted from: European Commission, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), la Rochelle University, Cushman...read more
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