RenoHUb - Integrated Services to Boost Energy Renovation in Hungarian Homes

The overall aim of RenoHUb project is to trigger an upscale of the energy retrofits of the Hungarian homes through the development of an integrated business model (RenoHUb) that is capable to substantially expand within and beyond the project lifecycle in an economically viable manner without involving additional public grant co-financing.


The purpose of RenoHUb structure that initially includes an on-line platform and two offices (“RenoHUb information hotspots”) is to promote energy efficiency refurbishment and building integrated renewables in the residential sector, both in single and multi-family buildings, with increasing leveraging of private funds, and where relevant, gradual phase-out of public grant finance.

Generally, the project targets all homeowners in Hungary. The residential sector in Hungary represents about one third of the total final energy consumption. Based on estimates by professionals, the overall energy saving potential of the residential building stock ranges between 40-50% of the current energy consumption level. However, according to recent nation-wide surveys, approximately 24% of the Hungarian household share considering to implement full or staged energy saving refurbishments in their homes within the next 3-5 years. The project will specifically focus of these homes in multi-apartment or single-family houses to facilitate to turn their plans into completed investments.


This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 845652.