Green homes going mainstream and the SMARTER Initiative in the context of current and emerging sustainable finance regulation was explored from a European and Country-specific level. The panel and discussion includes:
SMARTER Green Homes Green Mortgage Program (GHGM): Project Summary and Case Study: Steven Borncamp, Project Director, SMARTER Finance for Families
Romanian Residential Sector: shows 40 Multi-Family Projects totaling 10,000 units representing €1.4bn in project value certified or pre-certified as Green Homes by the Romanian Green Building Council.
SMARTER Finance for Families: Program Level: encompasses 17 Implementing Countries with 300mn Citizens.
Global Level Key Policy Developments and Growth Drivers in Green Finance include:
- EU Taxonomy for Sustainable Activities: Treatment of Building Activities: SMARTER is aligned to the Technical Screening Criteria for Substantial Contribution to Climate Change Mitigation
- Level(s): SMARTER shows strong performance in the Life Cycle Assessment and Embodied Energy assessment of buildings.
- Network for Greening the Financial System: European and Global Central Banks are increasingly encouraging supervised institutions to integrate sustainable finance practices into their operating models and strategic frameworks.
- Development Loans: SMARTER is collaborating with real estate developers and financial institutions in the procurement of discounted sustainable financing
SMARTER GHGM Dynamics by Country, including:
- Irish Green Finance Landscape: Laura Heuston, Sustainability Works
- Bosnia and Herzegovina Green Building Sector and Health: Sanela Klarić, Bosnia and Herzegovina Green Building Council
- Poland Green Home and Green Mortgage Programs: Anna Jurczak, Polish Green Building Council
Title: Green Homes Going Mainstream Webinar: SMARTER Initiative in the Context of Sustainable Finance RegulationLink to resource
Sectors: Buildings, Finance
Country / Region: EuropeTags: assessments, Banks, citizens, climate change, climate change mitigation, climate relevant regulations, energy, health sector, human health, Industry Regulators, Institutional Investors, loans, National Regulators, projects, SMARTER, Supranational Regulators, sustainability
In 5 user collections: Green Home Investment Platform – Industry Regulators , Green Home Investment Platform – National Regulators , Green Home Investment Platform – Supranational Regulators , Green Home Investment Platform – Institutional Investors , Green Home Investment Platform – Banks
Knowledge Object: Web Resource
Author: Steven Borncamp, Laura Heuston, Sanela Klarić, Anna Jurczak