Digital building logbooks are common repositories for all building-related data, increasing transparency, trust and informed decision making. The outcomes of the study on an EU framework for logbooks resulted in proposals for future steps the Commission can take.
The European Commission is inviting stakeholders to the Final Digital Building Logbook Event, scheduled to take place virtually on September 26th, from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM CEST.
The primary objectives of this concluding event are as follows:
- Presenting the outcomes of the project, with a particular emphasis on the EU Digital Building Logbook (DBL) framework and the accompanying technical implementation guidelines.
- Facilitating discussions concerning the future evolution of digital building logbooks within EU Member States.
- Exploring the future prospects of building data utilization in support of decarbonization, circularity, enhanced productivity, and the emergence of novel business models.
- Engaging in deliberations regarding how DBLs can function as a conduit for building-related data, ensuring compatibility and integration with Building Renovation Passports, Smart Readiness Indicators, Level(s), and Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) throughout the entire lifecycle of buildings.
In essence, this event aims to unite stakeholders, share project findings, and foster conversations on the future direction of digital building logbooks and their role in advancing sustainable building practices in Europe.