EPC - Energy Performance Certificate

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Join the H2020 QualDeEPC project on 25 January 2021 from 12:00 to 14:00 CET to discuss with the expert panellist the question of how an enhanced Energy Performance Certificates (EPC) scheme has to look like to become a driver for the EU Renovation Wave.  
Post date: 5 sty 2021
Type: Termin

A new set of Key Performance Indicators (KPI) is available online from the Regional Cadastre of Energy Performance Certificates (CEER), managed by ARIA S.p.A. (Azienda Regionale per l'Innovazione e gli Acquisti) on behalf of Lombardy Region.  
Post date: 19 gru 2020
Type: Aktualności

The objective of the ePANACEA stakeholder analysis is to understand who the EPC end users are, what they know about the EPC, how they use it and what interests they have regarding the EPC.  
Post date: 14 gru 2020
Type: Publication

ePANACEA’s methodology aims to contribute to the harmonisation of energy performance assessment and certification of buildings across the European Union, enhancing market trust and user friendliness in terms of clarity and accuracy of the information provided. ePANACEA’s methodology will be demonstrated and validated in five European pilot countries through 15 real case studies.  
Post date: 14 gru 2020
Type: Publication

ePANACEA user-needs workshops will take place from mid December 2020 to mid January 2021, and end users of EPC as well as other stakeholders are invited to take part.   The workshops, each with in total 15 participants, will have a duration of approx. 2 hours and will be conducted by project partners in the ePANACEA pilot countries Spain, Belgium, Finland, Austria, and Greece, as well as in Germany.
Post date: 14 gru 2020
Type: Aktualności

ePANACEA has successfully launched Regional Exploitation Board activities. The five Regional Exploitation Boards (REBs) aim to cover all EU27+UK+Norway, consisting of important European stakeholders related to national EPC activities.   During the last weeks, the ePANACEA REB leaders consolidated their boards and organised their first virtual meetings as follows:  
Post date: 14 gru 2020
Type: Aktualności

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 lis 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 lis 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 paź 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 paź 2020
Type: Publication