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The lack of a common repository for all relevant building data amounts to additional costs and inefficiencies, stifled innovation, increased risk and low investor confidence. A Digital Building Logbook could overcome this through increased data transparency and availability to a broad range of market players.  
Post date: 13 oct 2020
Type: Publication

AmBIENCe – Actively Managed Buildings with Energy Performance Contracting- is an H2020 project that aims to extend the concept of energy performance contracting for active building and making the model available and attractive to a wider range of building typologies.  
Post date: 7 oct 2020
Type: Publication

AmBIENCe – Actively Managed Buildings with Energy Performance Contracting- is an H2020 project that aims to extend the concept of energy performance contracting for active building and making the model available and attractive to a wider range of building typologies.  
Post date: 1 oct 2020
Type: Publication

This document describes and analyses planned energy efficiency obligation schemes (EEOs) in Austria, Bulgaria, Estonia, Hungary, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Ireland, Spain and Slovenia as prescribed in the Energy Efficiency Directive EED. The report shows that the main driver of the new EEOs is improving energy efficiency and that the main obligated parties are energy suppliers, followed by energy distributors who will realise efficiency improvements in different end-use sectors.
Post date: 17 avr 2015
Type: Publication

This document describes and analyses the existing energy efficiency obligation schemes (EEOs) in Flanders (Belgium), France, United Kingdom, Denmark, Poland and Italy expected to deliver a certain amount of end-use energy savings over the 2014-2020 obligation period as prescribed in the Energy Efficiency Directive EED. It is shown that overall, the majority of end-use energy savings have come from relatively low cost energy measures in the buildings sector.
Post date: 17 avr 2015
Type: Publication