EPC - Energy Performance Certificate

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The QualDeEPC project aims to improve the practical implementation of the assessment, issuance, design, and use of Energy Performance Certification's as well as their renovation recommendations, in Germany, Greece, Bulgaria, Latvia, Hungary, Spain, Sweden and beyond.  
Post date: 17 Nov 2020
Type: Publication

The EPBD and its revisions in 2010 and 2018 strengthened the provisions related to Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) by setting out that the Member States have to provide information to owners and tenants on the purpose and objectives of EPCs, energy efficiency measures and supporting financial instruments through accessible and transparent advisory tools.  
Post date: 16 Nov 2020
Type: Publication

The report considers the national adaptation of the iBRoad concept in Bulgaria, Poland, Portugal, Flanders and Germany, by analysing specific country characteristics like the existing availability and structure of EPCs, the energetic status of the building stock and common national renovation standards, the required content of the EPC and qualifications required to issue an EPC, barriers to and
Post date: 27 Oct 2020
Type: Publication

Understanding end-user perspectives is crucial for the development and roll-out of new features for energy performance certificates (EPCs).   Without a full insight into what end- users want and need for the next generation of EPCs it will be difficult to make effective use of these new features.  
Post date: 23 Oct 2020
Type: Publication

QualDeEPC has completed one-third of its duration, time to take a brief look at the (interim) results and activities of the first project year:   In October 2019, the QualDeEPC consortium representing ten institutions from eight countries held its kick-off meeting in Brussels, Belgium.  
Post date: 5 Oct 2020
Type: News

Next-generation Dynamic Digital EPCs for Enhanced Quality and User Awareness Objective
Post date: 4 Sep 2020
Type: Link

ePANACEA is a project funded under the EU's Horizon 2020 programme, aimed at developing generation energy performance assessment and certification for buildings. The vision is for ePANACEA to become a relevant instrument in the European energy transition through the building sector.  
Post date: 2 Sep 2020
Type: News

ePANACEA is a project funded under the EU's Horizon 2020 programme, aimed at developing a holistic methodology for energy performance assessment and certification of buildings. The vision is ePANACEA becoming a relevant instrument in the European energy transition through the building sector.  
Post date: 2 Sep 2020
Type: Link

European Member States have different legislation in place and systems to run Energy performance certificate (EPC) schemes. X-tendo proposes conceptual approaches for features combining new ideas with existing methods to work towards developing innovative indicators that could be tested and integrated into the EPC schemes of the implementing countries.  
Post date: 2 Sep 2020
Type: Publication

This report is a guidance document outlining the common requirements for developing and assessing the features for next generation of energy performance certificate (EPC) on new indicators and innovative handling of data brought forward by X-tendo.   X-tendo introduced a set of cross-cutting criteria, which encapsulate the central success factors of EPC development:
Post date: 2 Sep 2020
Type: Publication