Marianna Papaglastra

The report “The iBRoad concept in practice” gives an overview of the potential services to be provided by the relevant software itself, as well as of the potential links with other tools or services available on the market, and present the ones that are to be actually implemented and tested under the iBRoad project.  
Post date: 18 Dec 2018
Type: Publication

An analysis of the outcomes of the national dialogue in 26 countries between the competent authorities implementing the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive represented in the Concerted Action EPBD and the BUILD UP Skills consortia working on improving the skills and qualifications of buildings workers. 
Post date: 30 May 2014
Type: Publication

 Concerted Action EPBD and BUILD UP Skills joined forces and engaged in national dialogue in order to identify and highlight priority measures, both from the regulatory and the skills development perspective, for the transition faced by the building sector towards NZEB. The analysis of the outcomes of the national dialogue in 26 countries is presented in a full and a summary report available at the CA EPBD website. 
Post date: 30 May 2014
Type: News

This paper summarises a selection of some of the most common or most critical discussions and barriers for implementation of the EPBD and the solutions taken to resolve those in individual MS. The study is restricted to a specific set of such barriers or discussion points, since the actual list of issues in question may in fact have been quite long. The investigated issues concern: › How countries are handling certification in the case of apartment buildings › Whether control systems are taken into account in the standard calculation methods
Post date: 4 Feb 2010
Type: Publication

The Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) only imposes Member States to set energy performance requirements, without any specification about their severity. As such, MS can fulfil  the provisions of articles 4 to 6 of the EPBD without increasing the preexisting levels of the energy performance requirements. This of course would mean failure to achieve the main objective of the Directive, which is to ensure, through its implementation, an important additional reduction of the energy use of buildings. Information Paper P180 of ASIEPI European project
Post date: 4 Feb 2010
Type: Publication

Information Paper P173 of ASIEPI European project
Post date: 7 Jan 2010
Type: Publication