Theme

Built Environment (national policy)

In its work on this theme CE Delft’s core mission is to work out the most effective national policies for speeding up the transition.

The energy transition poses major challenges for the wide array of stakeholders in the built environment. To achieve climate neutrality by 2050 will require major efforts on the part of municipalities, grid operators, energy companies and others. Backed up by our extensive expertise on allied themes like Energy Supply, Raw Material Supply Chains and Financial Instruments, we provide research and consulting services on national policies for reducing the ecological footprint of the built environment.

Key fields of expertise

  • Financial measures: affordability and effectiveness
  • Voluntary agreements and mandatory measures: assignment of responsibilities and additionality
  • Roll-out of legislation
  • Institutional change (e.g. administration and regulation of heat, hydrogen and gas grids)

What can CE Delft do for you?

National policy advice

CE Delft offers research and consultancy on reducing the footprint of the built environment. We analyse the full range of policy instruments: legislation, voluntary agreements, financial instruments and more.

Scenario development

With our extensive knowledge of relevant options and scenarios, we’re proficient at forward-looking analyses that provide insight into the upcoming challenges for the built environment and means for resolving them.

Reports about ‘Built Environment (national policy)

Factsheet ‘Unprofitable component of collective heating systems’
July 2021
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Making better use of SDE++ budgets in the sustainable energy transition
July 2021
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Climate targets for 2030 feasible with carbon budgeting system
July 2021
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