Adaptation seminar


CAMS GoA 4.2 Workshop on strategies and methodologies for merging climate adaptation into energy efficiency projects and nature-based solutions in cities

03. June 2020 | Zoom webinar

Video about workshop  you can find HERE

Audio file about workshop  you can find HERE

Workshop presentations you can find HERE

Workshop summary you can find HERE


Web-based workshop is prepared and delivered by IVL Swedish Environment Institute. Webinar takes place on 2020-06-03 from 11:00 to 15:30 (GMT+2).

Topic: Strategies and methodologies for merging climate adaptation and mitigation

Johan Holmqvist (IVL) is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Meeting ID: 815 6596 1332

Password: 397317

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11:00-11:20 Interlinkages between climate mitigation and adaptation, Valdur Lahtvee
Note: Interlinkages (synergies, conflicts and trade-offs) between mitigation and adaptation, concepts and terminology will be presented based on literature review.

11:20-11:50 Swedish GHG emissions in regional and national perspective, Annamaria Sandgren
Note: A review of the Swedish GHG emissions and how we should tackle and value future energy mitigations in different regional scales. Example on tools and models to quantify specific energy investments and mitigation in a city perspective.

11:50-12:20 Introduction of TIMES in different regional scales, Kenneth Karlsson
Note: Benefits of using TIMES models to understand the energy system from a local, regional and national level. Examples and conclusions from different EU- and Nordic projects.

12:20-12:50 Experiences and benefits of using TIMES models in a city perspective, Burcu Unluturk
Note: Benefits of using TIMES models to understand the energy system from a local, regional and national level. Examples and conclusions from different EU- and Nordic projects.

12:50-13:30 Break

13:30-14:00 Climate change adaptation strategy in local, regional and national level, Hanna Matschke Ekholm
Note: Climate adaptation on different levels in Sweden. What’s going on right now – told from IVLs involvement through a number of different projects.

14:00-14:30 Life cycle assessment and climate declarations in the building sector, Anders Ejlertsson
Note: Life cycle assessment and climate declarations in the building sector. A state-of-the-art local initiative to transform the building industry in southern Sweden by develop and use climate declarations in specific building projects.

14:30-15:20 Blue-green solutions in the city, Tanja Hasselmark Mason (GRI)
Note: Blue-green solutions in the city and a short review of the test-bed and research project Blue Green City Lab. This session will be done together with Green Roof Institute in Malmö (

15:20-15:30 Wrap-up, Johan Holmqvist & Valdur Lahtvee



Energy Audit Day Estonia: Draft Agenda of workshop

13. March 2020 | Tallinn, Estonia

Pictures and presentations from this workshop you can find below

The workshop aims to facilitate the arena of energy auditing of buildings in the Baltic Sea Region, to introduce the state-of the-art, approaches of energy auditing across the Nordic countries, in Sweden and in Estonia, to advance auditing methodologies and to discuss quality issues. The contemporary and innovative practices of energy efficiency and renovation projects related to the energy management and auditing in Sweden (NEA) and Estonia to be introduced, to consolidate the methods and practices by the CAMS Platform.


Friday, 13 March 2020

9:45 Welcome coffee and tea


10:00 Introduction of the aims of the workshop and CAMS Platform, Antti Roose, Tartu Regional Energy Agency
10:15 State- of-the art and challenges in energy auditing, Patrik Thollander; Nordic Energy Audit (NEA). The platform methodology and Nordic Energy Audit Database, Patrik Thollander and Oscar Spinos, NEA
11:30 Energy auditing of the municipal building stock, Aare Vabamägi, certified energy auditor

12:00 Lunch at the university canteen

13:00 Energy balance and standardization, Energy efficiency measures, Improving the quality of energy auditing. Patrik Thollander        
14:30 Energy auditing for circular renovation, Peep Pihelo, Taltech


Followed by the technical visit of NZEB dormitory of Taltech, re-opened 2017. Presentation.

Auditor’s qualification credits issued to the trainees.

Language support corner arranged.


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In Estonian:

Seminaril käsitleti energiaauditeerimist hoonete ja nende renoveerimise võtmes, toodi näiteid Põhjalast, Rootsist ning Eestist. TTÜ, Rootsi Nordic Energy Audit (NEA) ning teised energeetikaeksperdid ja energiaaudiitorid rääkisid auditeerimise metoodika arendamisest ja selle kohaldamisest erinevatele hoonetele. Arutleti auditeerimise kvaliteedi ning andmeplatvormi teemadel. Läänemeremaade CAMS Platform on seadnud eesmärgiks auditeerimismeetodite ja -standardite võrdlemise ning andmebaasi koostamise. Ettekanded olid inglise ja eesti keeles.

Reede, 13. märts 2020
9:45 Hommikukohv ja -tee

10:00 Seminari teemapüstitus CAMS Platformi ja hoonete energiaauditi eesmärkides, Antti Roose, Tartu Regiooni Energiaagentuur
10:15 Energiaauditi raamistik, olukord ja väljavaated, Prof. Patrik Thollander, Linköpingi ülikool; Nordic Energy Audit (NEA).


           Platvormi metodoloogia ja Nordic Energy Audit Database, Prof. Patrik Thollander and Oscar Spinos, NEA

11:30 Näiteid ja õppetunde munitsipaalhoonestu energiaaudititest Eestis, Aare Vabamägi, energiaaudiitor (tase 7)


12:00 Lõuna TTÜ sööklas (tasutud)

13:00 Energiabilanss ja standardiseerimine, Prof. Patrik Thollander
           Energiatõhususe meetmed hoonetes, Prof. Patrik Thollander


14:00 Energiauditeerimise kvaliteedist, NEA 
14:30 Ringluspõhimõte renoveeritavate hoonete energiaauditis, Peep Pihelo, TTÜ



Seminarile järgneb tehniline külastus renoveeritud ühiselamusse, mis taastavati 2017.


Seminaril osalejatele väljastatakse tunnistus täiendõppe punktidega (TP).
TTÜ auditoorium, kus seminar toimub, teatatakse registreerunutele hiljem.

Palume registreeruda lingil või e-kirjaga



Transnational Energy Audit Day

12.-13. December 2019 | Falun, Sweden

The workshop aimed to facilitate the field of energy auditing in the Baltic Sea Region, to screen the state-of the-art, similarities and differences of energy auditing across the Nordic and Baltic countries, to advance auditing methodologies and to select piloting sectors and objects. The contemporary and innovative practices of energy efficiency in Falun were introduced.



Thursday December 12th 

SEMINAR: Workpackage 2, Improving energy audits capacity in BSR

Welcome & presentation of participants

How to get the job done!
Marit Ragnarsson, County board of Dalarna

Energy efficiency in residential buildings
Study visit to HSB Brf Promenaden in the Falun centre, Presentations of HSB and by Egain

Marit Ragnarsson, County board of Dalarna


Introduction to energy auditing
Patrik Thollander, Linköping University

EU Directives on energy auditing
Gustav Andersson, Nordic Energy Audit

Evaluation of The Swedish Energy Audit Policy Programme
Lana Paramonova, Linköping University

Building assessment and certification system
Lana Paramonova, Linköping University

Energy audit workshop

  • Entities with requirements to do energy auditing
  • The scale of energy auditing
  • Support instruments for energy audits

Friday December 13th


  • Capacity in entities and price for energy audits
  • Quality of energy audits, levels of energy audits
  • About energy auditors
  • Collection of data from energy audits

Summary of development needs

Energy audit and certificates in large companies
Mattias Jonsson, Eva Karlsson, Industriell Laststyrning

SPEEED method  
Oscar Spinos, Nordic Energy Audit

Plan for energy audit pilots

Photos of CAMS Falun workshop

Kick-off meeting of CAMS Platform “Climate Adaptation and Mitigation Synergies in Energy Efficiency Projects” of Interreg Baltic Sea Region

20 September 2019 | Hilton Tallinn Park Hotel, Kreutzwaldi str 23, Tallinn, Estonia 

Welcome & introduction to the meeting
Antti Roose, Tartu Regional Energy Agency (TREA)

Round of partners introductions
Project platform partners

Getting started

Climate Change and us

Valdur Lahtvee, CBSS

CAMS concept, structure and outputs
Antti Roose, TREA 

CAMS Platform in the Interreg BSR context
Elena Kolosova, MA/JS

Action planning
WP2: Improving Energy Audits Capacity in BSR, Q&A
Marit Ragnarsson, Dalarna Länstyrelsen

WP3: Qualification programme on housing refurbishment for BSR, Q&A

Matthias Grätz, BEF Germany

WP4: Policy dialogue on climate adaptation and mitigation synergy, Q&A
Valdur Lahtvee, CBSS

Follow-up and discussion on actions, methods, outputs and events (focus 1. period)

WP1: Dissemination and communication: Rules and reporting, adopting steering group; Next steps – closure of the kick-off meeting
Antti Roose, TREA