EPC - Energy Performance Certificate

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All issued and valid energy performance of buildings certificates in Lithuania are published in this register. The information in the register can be accessed by building owners & users and is available to the public.
Post date: 29 Oct 2013
Type: Link

This report is the result of the work performed under the Concerted Action EPBD 2011-2012 to support the implementation of the Energy Performance Certificate (EPBD recast art. 11, 12 and 13) as a means for transforming the building sector into an ambitious energy efficiency standard. The activities performed under the Concerted Action EPBD theme “Certification” address:
Post date: 25 Oct 2013
Type: Publication

Website of the Scottish Energy Performance Certificate Register which allows users to retrieve, with the Report Reference Number, Energy Performance Certificates and accompanying Recommendations Reports.
Post date: 23 Oct 2013
Type: Link

This law implemented the new rules introduced by the recast Directive 2010/31/EU (EPBD) in France, including the introduction of Energy Performance Certification in advertisements.
Post date: 22 Oct 2013
Type: Publication

This study goes into the specifics of the existing buildings policy frameworks in the countries covered by the IEE ENTRANZE project, as the basis for future improvements that can be made. Moreover, it highlights the good practices and gaps in policy by drawing on a set of comprehensive data forms which are still very reliable.
Post date: 2 Sep 2013
Type: Publication

The cited publication ¨Bio Intelligence Service, Ronan Lyons and IEEP (2013) Energy performance certificates in buildings and their impact on transaction prices and rents in selected EU countries, Final report prepared for European Commission (DG Energy)¨ outlines in the executive summary that ¨the potential for making energy savings in the building sector is widely recognised, especially through the refurbishment of existing buildings. However, as in other areas of energy efficiency, progress has been more difficult to achieve than anticipated.
Post date: 24 Jun 2013
Type: Publication

The complete report can be accessed here:  Study: Energy performance certificates in buildings in their impact on transaction prices and rents in selected EU countries
Post date: 24 Jun 2013
Type: News

Exchange of best practices between professionals, Examples of contracts, testimonies, Measure and Verification protocols, financing tools...
Post date: 3 Jun 2013
Type: Link

Concept and objectives:   Energy Performance Contracting (EPC) is a form of ‘creative financing’ for capital improvement which allows funding energy upgrades from cost reductions.  
Post date: 10 Apr 2013
Type: Link