BUS-REGRoUP aims at the revitalisation of the Greek National Qualifications Platform (NQP) created in the first phase of the BUILD UP Skills initiative (project BUS-GR), gathering all key national stakeholders. Since the first NQP was established a few years ago, the project will aim at expanding its scope by involving new stakeholders. This is due to the fact that, as the focus is on all relevant skills needed to enable the Clean Energy Transition (in particular the EU Renovation Wave), the mainstreaming of NZEBs, and the inclusion of resource efficiency considerations, new skills need to be addressed for the so called ‘blue-collar’ professionals (on-site workers, technicians, craftsmen), while now there is a need to check also the skills needs for ‘white-collar’ professions (architects, designers, engineers, building managers, etc.), thus reflecting the needs of the entire building value chain. In this context, and given the wider EU recovery process, BUS-REGRoUP will update the Status Quo Analysis and the National Qualifications Roadmap to reflect the new realities of the building sector in Greece. This will be done by tackling the skills development activities related to the integration of renewable energy technologies, digital technologies, smart buildings, resource efficiency, circularity, industrialised deep renovation, LCCAs, etc. In the updated Status Quo Analysis all the necessary information on the current situation of the Greek building sector regarding energy performance, contribution to the 2030 targets and continuing VET, as well as the existing barriers and gaps, will be compiled to form a basis for an informed discussion among the stakeholders. Then, the updated National Roadmap will provide a set of priority measures for the various professions to meet the defined targets, an action plan for these measures until 2030, the actors and resources needed to drive the implementation, as well as measures to monitor the progress of the proposed activities.