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Energy Performance Integration in Corporate Public Real Estate Management (EPI-CREM) - Data acquisition and quality protocol - Guidance for data acquisition
20 October 2010
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This report from the European Project EPI-CREM describes the data acquisition and quality protocol that can assist in the gathering of building information for the use of the EPI-CREM method and tool.
The EPI-CREM project aims to improve energy efficiency and rational use of energy across public building stock in Europe by embedding energy issues in decision making processes within Corporate Real Estate Management (CREM).