Dan Staniaszek

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Dan Staniaszek, Senior Expert, Buildings Performance Institute Europe, Belgium


Dan Staniaszek MA (Oxon), MSc, CEng, MEI. Since joining BPIE in 2011, Dan has had a broad range of responsibilities, including developing BPIE’s modelling capabilities, developing its knowledge management and financing competence, and most recently, in the field of renovation strategies and policies.  His 2014 report “Renovating Romania” was largely adopted by the Romanian Government as its official building renovation strategy.  

Before joining BPIE, Dan developed a wide ranging experience base across the sustainable energy space, with 25 years in the public, private, non-profit, regulatory and consultancy sectors, half of which was in various senior positions for a government agency, an economic development agency and a private management consultancy.  In advisory roles for central, regional and local government, at the European Commission, Blue Chip companies, NGOs, regulators and others, Dan has influenced the design & deployment of climate change policies and EU Directives, including as strategy lead for the UK Energy White Paper. 

Among the significant UK policies he helped devise the Renewables Obligation and the Energy Saving Obligation scheme, both of which are now multi-billion pound programmes.  Dan‘s experience includes devising and directing certification schemes, knowledge management, and evaluation/appraisal of over £500M investment in sustainable energy.
He is a Chartered Engineer and Member of the Energy Institute in the UK.
 


 

Smart Finance for Smart Buildings – A comparison of Bulgaria and Poland

This presentation brings out the latest developments in financing smart buildings in two of the newer EU Member States – Poland and Bulgaria.  Both have legacy issues in terms of building stocks that were constructed with little thought for energy efficiency, or amenity for occupants. Current approaches to improving energy performance are compared and contrasted. Available funding is assessed against the scale of the challenge in modernising and improving the existing building stocks in the two countries to order to provide comfortable, affordable and efficient homes and workplaces for citizens while at the same time contributing to a sustainable energy system.  An analysis of the suitability of some of the most advanced financing mechanisms in place in other European countries will also be presented.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 


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