ESCO - Energy Service Companies

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In order to unleash the energy efficiency (EE) potential and achieve the energy savings goals in buildings there is a necessity to adopt new ESCO business models. And this is what MOEEBIUS project Consortium is currently working on within the project.
Post date: 12 Jul 2016
Type: Publication

Energy Performance Contracts (EPCs) are part of the energy transition promoted by the EU Commission with a view to achieve better efficiency in energy use, resulting in possible  substantial energy savings in a context of global external dependence of the EU for its energy supply. Government units, as owners of public buildings and constructions used in the context of different of functions, may be involved in energy performance contracts and contribute to energy savings.
Post date: 21 Mar 2016
Type: Publication

Obligations under Article 5 of the EED  
Post date: 16 Sep 2015
Type: News

In Ukraine, as in many other countries, existing legislation made it difficult for the private sector to help public buildings such as: kindergartens, schools and hospitals become more energy efficient.  
Post date: 10 Sep 2015
Type: News

ManagEnergy took a tour-de-table around Ireland, Cyprus and Portugal to see what can be done to encourage the ESCO take-up in the market. 
Post date: 11 Jun 2015
Type: Link

The NeZeR project promotes the implementation and smart integration of Nearly Zero Energy Building Renovation (NZEBR) measures and the deployment of Renewable Energy Sources (RES) in the European renovation market. NeZeR also aims to secure the impact of the project activities and results during and beyond its duration. This will be facilitated by creating national clusters consisting of the most relevant stakeholders that can secure the long term implementation of Nearly Zero Energy Building Renovation (NZEBR) and utilization of Renewable Energy Sources (RES).
Post date: 27 Apr 2015
Type: Publication

This workshop is organised in the context of the ZEBRA2020 project, to present best practice cases and tools that can support national policy makers and industry representatives to transform and stimulate energy efficiency in the buildings' market and encourage competition.    The workshop is divided into two sessions.   
Post date: 22 Apr 2015
Type: Event

142 school buildings and one hospital from the city of Craiova, in Romania, will be thermally rehabilitated through the ESCO scheme for public buildings.The ESCO programme was launched in May 2013 and in charge of the scheme is BERD which received funds from the Global Environmental Fund. Within the context of the programme, the selected cities will receive technical assistance for the identification and preparation of the energy efficiency projects targeting public buildings.  For more information please see the articles (in Romanian).
Post date: 22 Oct 2013
Type: News