D1.4 Final Executive Publishable Report
D2.1 Report on proven approaches on the recognition of energy efficiency skills
D2.3 Ethnographic Research Report on the recognition of energy efficiency skills
D2.4 Qualification for the recognition of energy efficiency skills
D2.5 Recommendations and adapted qualification Report
D2.6 Report on defining personal recognition for each country
D3.1 Report on incorporating “Energy efficiency/nZEB” training clause into Public Procurement
D3.2 Initial Best Practice Procurement Policy Guide with energy efficiency clause
D3.3 Final Best Practice Procurement Policy with energy efficiency clause
D3.4 Initial guide on Financial Mechanisms for Renovations
D3.5 Final Report on Financial Mechanisms for Renovations
D3.6 Awareness Campaign Guide to stimulate skill based demand
D4.1 Report on training content and resources
D4.2 Established Energy Skills Quality Repository
D4.3 Guide for Methodologies and Pedagogical Training Tools
D4.5 Report on strategies to improve the energy skills of blue collar workers
D4.6 Overview of applied elearning interactions
D5.3 Report on BUSLeague activities from an anthropological perspective
D5.4 Evaluation Report of the educational perspective and roadmap
D5.5 Storybook on how to increase the demand for EE skills based on BUSLeague experiences
D6.3 Final report on Dissemination and Communication activities
D6.4 Social media and channels
D6.5 Project Website

  • Joint article “Sustainable energy skills in the construction”
    Authors: INSTRUCT, BIMEET, The nZEB Roadshow, TRAIN4SUSTAIN, HP4All and BUSLeague projects
    Published in Open Access MDPI Proceedings (January 2021): full artcile (click here)