ZenN. Nearly Zero Energy Neighborhoods. Local energy retrofitting replication plans and knowledge transfer. D 6.2
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Preface. This report is a deliverable of the project Nearly Zero Energy Neighbourhoods (ZenN). The project lasts from 2013 – 2017 and funded through EU's Seventh Framework Programme (FP7). In total, 12 partners from five countries are involved in the project: Tecnalia (Spain), CEA (France), IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute (Sweden), SINTEF (Norway), ASM (Poland), NTNU (Norway), The municipality of Oslo (Norway), Debegesa (Spain), City of Eibar (Spain), Ville de Grenoble (France) EJGV (Spain) and the City of Malmö (Sweden). In the ZenN‐ project, residential areas in Sweden, Norway, Spain and France will function as nearly Zero energy building (nZEB) renovation demonstration projects where a number of measures have been done in connection with large‐scale renovations. The general objectives of the project are to demonstrate the feasibility (technical, financial and social) of innovative low energy renovation processes for buildings at the neighbourhood scale; identify and disseminate promising management and financial schemes to facilitate large scale replication and launch ambitious replication plans with the participation of local administrations. Deliverable 6.2 presents the replication plans at city level.