the Retrofitting Market Activation Platform based on the generation of standard modules for energy efficiency and clean energy solutions

knowledge sharing for deep renovation

To reach the 2050 decarbonisation targets, most European buildings require renovation. Yet, many supply- and demand-side barriers prevent building renovation from reaching the necessary scale in the residential sector.

A wealth of solutions has been developed under European projects, including technical solutions, innovative business models and financing schemes for renovation practices in EU, generally supporting holistic people-centered approaches, involving the whole value chain. re-MODULEES aims to provide market uptake strategies, able to capitalise the results of such EU-funded projects on deep renovation.

The overall aim of re-MODULEES is the creation of the EU-wide retrofit market activation framework in the residential building sector, supported by digital and physical Renovation Hubs at the member state and EU level.


efforts & evidence

Clustering of efforts and evidence, capitalising key outputs from relevant EU projects.


key outputs

Digitalising key outputs in a GIS-based, open source virtual Renovation Hub.



Enhancing impacts with evidence, scalability, access to financing, enabling policies.



Fostering renovation with 4 physical Renovation Hubs and 7 Local Advisory Boards (LABs).


re-MODULEES has the following five measurable objectives:

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hubs, LABs and workshops
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estimated to initiate renovation during the project duration

re-MODULEES Project Partners

The re-MODULEES consortium consists of 16 partners and includes

  • participants with expertise to support the set up and uptake of user-centred business models and value proposition for the uptake of renovation solution at the local level;
  • participants with expertise on developing and managing operational renovation platforms, including expertise on gamification user-centred features;
  • participants from the application side, with expertise on legislative, financial and operational barriers for the uptake of renovation practices;
  • partners from the supply side, managing or operating renovation platforms as will be demonstrated in the pilot communities;
  • participants with a large European network for further dissemination.