Webinar: Putting EU Green Deal in Action

Attend the Webinar and find out how innovative financing and sustainable renovations of buildings can help to put EU Green Deal into action.

The COVID-19 pandemic impacts our daily life, especially making majority of Europeans spending most of their time indoors. This gives us the opportunity to take a closer look at the energy efficiency, comfort and health of our homes and apartment buildings.

This Webinar highlights two European Commission-funded projects supporting the objectives of the EU Green Deal: EuroPACE and RenOnBillThe initiatives demonstrate innovative financing tools that intend to de-couple financing from an individual by securing it by the property and attaching it to a utility bill. Both project illustrate the importance of a concerted effort between public and private sector in order to upscale sustainable home renovation and meet the goals of the Green Deal.

This webinar is adressed to EU cities, regions, policymakers, investors, and sustainable finance professionals.

What you will learn:

  • What is home-based financing and the HolaDomus pilot program in Catalonia
  • What are on-bill schemes and the goals of the RenOnBill project
  • What role does innovative financing play in the implementation of the EU Green Deal


  • 12:00 – 12:15 Welcome and introduction from the chair, Jessica Glicker, Project Manager, BPIE: An overview of the policy and renovation landscape in Europe and the role of financing in upscaling home renovation. A snapshot comparison of home-based financing and on-bill schemes.
  • 12:15 – 12:40 Residential building renovations with on-bill schemes – RenOnBill project, by Adriana Villoslada, Business Developer for Creara International
  • 12:40 – 13:05 Unlocking the market for eco-sustainable home renovation – EuroPACE project, by Kristina Klimovich, Head of Advisory and Consulting, GNE Finance
  • 13:05 – 13:30 Wrap-up and Q&A – led by Jessica Glicker, Project Manager, BPIE

Register here for the Webinar