WITH REGARDS TO: The Draft of the Long-term Strategy for Renovation of the National Housing and Non-housing Stock 2021-2050, published for public consultations.
The Draft of the Long-term Strategy for Renovation of the National Housing and Non-housing Stock 2021-2050 has been published on the site for public consultations of the Bulgarian Council of Ministers. The set goal is the renovation of 60 percent of the housing stock in Bulgaria as well of approximately 17 percent of the non-housing stock. This will bring to saving 7,329 GWh of energy per annum.
Habitat Bulgaria put forward a Statement of comments and proposals to the draft strategy focused mainly on the requirements and the access to the energy renovations measures of low-income families.
WWF, Habitat for Humanity and partners held a conference on forest biomass07.07.2022-The event brought together scientists, experts, politicians and environmentalists. The way we produce and consume our energy today poses a number of risks. Air pollution takes more and more victims every year. The energy poverty in the region is growing, hence there is a risk of increasing the unsustainable use of forest wood for heating. […]
“Biomass and just energy transition” conference04.07.2022-“Biomass and just energy transition” is the central theme of the regional conference, organised by the environmental organisation WWF CEE in partnership with Habitat for Humanity in Bulgaria, Romania and Hungary. Join us online via Zoom here: https://bit.ly/3nmjlwy, password: 828072. • 6 July 09:30 – 16:30 • 7 July 10:00 – 13:00 Experts from all […]
Housing without a future?14.03.2022-Has the housing stock in Bulgaria been managed properly? Who should support it? A national housing strategy for 2018-2030 was drafted in 2018, but it has not yet been adopted. Learn more about Habitat Bulgaria’s recommendations for improving the local housing policies and practices in the video below. Habitat Bulgaria is implementing the project „Research […]