In the unfavorable conditions created by the escalating climate change, energy poverty and extreme weather events, the debate on the energy upgrading of buildings under the National Recovery and Resilience Plan is more than timely. On 21 October, the online event titled “National Recovery and Resilience Plan: Investing in Building Renovation for a Climate-Neutral Future” took place. The event, which was realised in the framework of the Renovate Europe Day 2021, highlighted the importance of building renovation in achieving the EU’s long-term goal of a climate-neutral economy by 2050. The event was jointly organised by INZEB and GIZ Job, while the event’s supporting partners were  the Horizon2020: iBRoad2EPC and Triple–A projects, as well as the Build Back Better Greece initiative. Among the speakers, Alexandros Deligiannis from Sympraxis Team, coordinator of the iBRoad2EPC project, referred to the Building Renovation Passports.