Habitat for Humanity Macedonia, member of the global poverty housing network Habitat for Humanity International and implementing partner of the regional project: Residential Energy Efficiency for the Low-Income Households (REELIH), publishes:
Call for academic and best practice papers for the publication:
Residential buildings management and energy efficiency investment potential in Western Balkan countries
The Residential Energy Efficiency for the Low-Income Households (REELIH) is the regional project that is aiming to improve the residential energy efficiency investment environment in the region, through a regional platform for knowledge sharing, awareness raising and advocacy, addressing financing approaches, promotion of entrepreneurial solutions, job development, and appropriate technical information.
In the frame of the REELIH project, the publication will be issued on the topic of improving energy efficiency in multi-apartment buildings titled: Residential buildings management and energy efficiency investment potential in Western Balkan countries.
The proposed themes for Academic Studies should cover: the legislative and other regulations in the residential sector and energy efficiency, with focus on multi-apartment buildings.
An Editorial board has been established in order to select the proposed papers and edit the publication.
The deadline for submission of the paper abstracts is
5th 15th of February 2022.