- energy performance of the buildings and challenges/needs/drivers of low energy buildings;
- SSH research contributions to energy efficient buildings transition.
- Representatives of municipalities and public authorities
- Representatives of civil society (NGOs)
- Representatives of business and consultancy companies
- University representatives
Energy Efficiency and Building Insulation Policy in Ankara.
Date: 15 March 2018
Facilitation: Middle East Technical University (METU)
Ankara is the capital and the second largest city of Turkey with its tremendous potential in energy performance of the buildings. On the other hand, the city is also well known its serious air pollution problem due to the traffic pollution and use of fossil fuels (around %75 natural gas, coal 25%) for residential heating purposes.
Its relatively harsh continental climate and increasing summer temperatures result in high energy bills and increased GHG emissions as well. One of the important environmental law instruments, the national bylaw on energy performance of buildings entered into force which obligates building energy certificate (ID) for new buildings and the existing ones by 2011 and 2020 respectively.
This multi-stakeholder workshop organised by our project partner METU will explore the enforcement and deployment of energy efficient building policies in different spheres, in light of past and current experiences of stakeholders.
City workshop in Ankara: feedback from participants
Understanding the drivers, obstacles and needs for integrating energy-SSH perspectives for energy efficient buildings transition in Ankara.
Blog: Energy efficiency policies in Ankara.
This multi-stakeholder workshop organised by METU gathered 27 citizens with different backgrounds and varying interests in energy efficiency in buildings.