Demand responsive transport is a flexible mode of transportation that adapts to the demands of its user groups. It can have significant environmental benefits. This policy brief highlights the benefits of demand responsive transport for European regions.
As buildings account for 40% of energy consumption in the EU and more than 35% of CO2 emissions, improving their energy performance has become a key policy aim in order to meet long-term climate and emissions targets.
Europe faces the challenge to renovate its building stock and achieve its carbon emission targets. Both public funds and investment from private funds are needed. Read more about how public authorities can help to leverage private investment through financial instruments.