Renewable energy in cultural heritage buildings with examples of good practice from local communities
What: Renewable energy in cultural heritage buildings with examples of good practice from local communities
Where: Slovenska Bistrica, Slovenia
When: 9th of June 2022
On Thursday, 9th of June, at the Castle of Slovenska Bistrica, the Association of Municipalities and Towns of Slovenia, the Institute for the Protection of Cultural Heritage of Slovenia, and the Slovenian Conservation Society held a consultation on Renewable energy sources in cultural heritage buildings with examples of good practices from local communities.
The panel brought together cultural heritage specialists, municipal representatives, and energy renovation experts. Assoc. Prof. Andrej F. Gubina described Compile’s experiences developing Slovenia’s first energy community in Municipality Luče.
Key players in the search for the right paths presented in one place the most important facts that guide their decision-making, raise concerns and options for an energy green future for the renovation of cultural heritage buildings.
The agenda (only in the Slovenian language) is available here.