Evidence-based market and policy instruments Implementation across EU to increase the demand for eNergy Skills across conSTRUCTion sector value chain

INSTRUCT intends to introduce changes in the requirements for construction workers to prove the close link between energy skills and the energy performance. The Consortium creates a complete operational framework to increase the number of skilled building professionals and blue-collar workers in the renovation and construction value chain and offer a set of service to support raising awareness of home and building owners and tenants about the benefits of sustainable energy skills, and the public authorities for the development of new legislative frameworks. 7 European countries are represented by the 8 Partners of the Consortium that is led by ASM – Market Research and Analysis Centre Ltd. INSTRUCT is a 30 months project started on 1 June 2020, with a total budget of 1mln.