EPC - Energy Performance Contracting

The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, announced last year that RE:FIT's panel of pre-selected energy services companies (ESCos) would be made available to all public sector organisations in London - and the UK. In signing up, organisations cut red tape and the duplication of work, saving the time and money involved in finding a suitable supplier.
Post date: 24 sep 2010
Type: Actualité

Post date: 13 sep 2010
Type: Publication

In 2007 the German Army launched an Energy Performance Contract tender for the retrofitting of several army bases. Under this contract, the utility bill savings resulting from the energy-efficient installation systems will pay for the cost of the renewal project. The Oranienstein base in Diez (Rhineland-Palatinate) is situated on a historic site with a castle that dates from the 17th century. Since 2001 the site hosts not only an Oranje-Nassau museum, but also the medical command center of the German Army.
Post date: 13 sep 2010
Type: Actualité

A central theme of this document is that EPC is understood and used differently from one jurisdiction to the next and from one organization to the next. Most policy makers and market practitioners agree that this kind of diversity can create confusion and produce wide variations in the quality of services delivered under energy performance contracts, complicating efforts to track and compare the effectiveness of cost and greenhouse gas reductions across various markets.
Post date: 11 sep 2010
Type: Publication

This is the second energy performance contract (EPC) in France for a regional community in the form of a partnership contract. The first EPC was signed with the Alsace region in December 2009.
Post date: 9 sep 2010
Type: Actualité