EPC - Energy Performance Contracting

Building efficiency is widely acknowledged as a high-potential and costeffective means to increase Europe’s energy security, reduce carbon emissions, and create jobs. Europe’s public sector is being called upon to help realize this potential by playing a leading role in transforming the building stock towards better energy performance. One mechanism that has been put forward to support public-sector leadership on building efficiency – even in an era of tight fiscal policy and budget contraction – is energy performance contracting (EPC).
Post date: 10 Mayo 2011
Type: Publication

Presentation in Barcelona on 17 March 2011 at the Ecoserveis conference "http://bit.ly/fHhXvk)
Post date: 21 Mar 2011
Type: Publication

A multitude of definitions exist for common terms used in the energy efficiency services industry. In order to demonstrate some commonalities as well as some sources of conflict or confusion among the various definitions, several are provided in annex1 for the following terms: “energy performance contracting,” “energy contracting,” “energy supply contracting,” “energy services company.”The definitions are from various sources, including: Universities, Local Energy Agencies, International Energy Agency, ESCO associations, ESCO industry, World Energy Council, EU Commission.
Post date: 14 Mar 2011
Type: Publication

Are you a forerunner for energy services in Europe?  We are searching for the Best! Are you an innovative energy service provider, have you promoted energy services in a remarkable way or have you been successful in implementing an outstanding energy service project? Apply now for the European Energy Service Award 2010! http://www.european-energy-service-initiative.net/eu/eesa.html
Post date: 4 Feb 2011
Type: Noticias

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Post date: 7 Ene 2011
Type: Evento

Post date: 26 Dic 2010
Type: Publication

The project will guarantee 40% reduction in real energy consumption and will cut greenhouse gas emissions by a factor of 4. Worth 9 million euros (4 million euros of energy renovation works and 5 million euros of internal renovation of the accommodation), the project qualifies for optimised funding through State financial mechanisms to aid social housing, specifically the decree concerning the share-out of energy savings. Works will be launched early in 2011, and are scheduled to last 24 months.
Post date: 15 Dic 2010
Type: Noticias

The museum’s building complex consists of two different types of architecture.  Part of the complex was designed by world-renowned architect Daniel Libeskind and the other section of the complex consists of a Baroque building, built in 1735. The Jewish Museum presented unique challenges due to its differing architecture and the need to preserve the integrity of the complex’s building designs. Energy savings in the complex will be achieved through partial renovation of the building automation system and use of innovative LED lighting.
Post date: 15 Dic 2010
Type: Noticias

Assessing and guaranteeing green value in real estate Real estate experts are still reluctant to integrate the green value of buildings, whether office or residential buildings. Yet, taking into account green value in financial simulations is based on sound analyses and some players begin to integrate it in their profitability calculations. But, to make this green value concrete, it will be necessary to guarantee the energy, health and environmental performance of buildings, as well as to revise the contractual relationships between players.
Post date: 27 Nov 2010
Type: Publication