Energy-Efficient Housing Associations
Mälardalen Energy Agency has, together with Vattenfall Värme Uppsala, Riksbyggen and Uppsala municipality, carried out the project Energy-Efficient Housing Associations.
During this project, 167 residential housing associations (BRFs) have been contacted and offered advice and informational physical visits. The interest has been great for discussing plausible actions for energy efficiency based on previously developed “action maps”. The action maps have been used to illustrate profitable lowerings of Swedens carbon dioxide emissions.The project has given housing associations the tools to work with energy issues, and raising their knowledge in order for them to make decisions about energy efficiency measures. This project has resulted in savings of 621 MWh / year. The project was funded by the Swedish Energy Agency, and ran between 2013 and 2015.