The 1st of June is the official start date for the new project iBROAD, implemented within the frame of the Horizon 2020 programme, with Sympraxis Team as coordinating partner. The project is related to so-called “Building Renovation Passports”, as these have been highlighted in the relevant work of Buildings Performance Institute Europe (BPIE). The project will develop tools for the planning and implementation of stepwise and long-term energy renovation of buildings, taking into account the specific requirements of each building and its owners. BPIE is the second main participant in the project consortium, where 9 EU Member States are represented. The other partners are IFEU – Institute for Energy and Environmental Research (Germany), TU Wien – Technical University of Vienna (Austria), INZEB – Institute of Zero Energy Buildings (Greece), BPAC – Blue Planet Academy & Consulting (Belgium), Eneffect Center for Energy Efficiency (Bulgaria), ADENE Energy Agency (Portugal), VEA – Flemish Energy Agency (Belgium), KAPE – Polish National Energy Conservation Agency (Poland), PHC – Passive House Center (Sweden), INCD URBAN-INCERC – National Institute for Research and Development in Construction, Urban Planning and Sustainable Spatial Development (Romania).