ANALYSIS OF THE VALUE OF ENERGY SKILLS IN THE REGION
Keywords:energy efficiency, BIM, EE skills, energy performance, digitalization
Europe today faces the challenge of energy efficient construction of new and renovation of existing buildings. However, it is closely linked and dependent on the readiness of workers who participate in individual construction activities, but also those who participate in the preparation of project documentation, including all professions. It is therefore appropriate to act on the construction market to stimulate demand for new or improved skills in renewable energy and energy efficiency in construction. In order to assess the need, survey was conducted focusing on the area of increasing the value of energy skills, which is closely linked to increasing the energy efficiency of buildings. The survey includes following European countries - Netherlands, North Macedonia, Slovakia, Slovenia, and Spain. The output data will result in better understanding how the energy skills are perceived by the industry stakeholders and defining the state-of-art. It will be used as a source for decision making process to better aim the stimulation strategy.
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