EPC - Energy Performance Contracting

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The idea is that by cooperating with demand response aggregators, ESCOs can access both energy efficiency savings and revenues from offering the site’s flexibility to the grid, thus enabling faster repayment of the initial investments. An Enhanced Energy Performance Contract (EPC) will guarantee building owners a minimum level of energy savings and occupant comfort whilst ensuring that a maximum value can be extracted from the flexibility potential of on-site energy assets.  
Post date: 1 Iul 2020
Type: Știri

OVERVIEW   Energy Performance Contracting (EPC) has existed for a number of years, but in many European Countries it is still not commonly used. What kind of business model innovations will drive uptake of service and performance based contracts? How can the EPC business model be made more attractive to all the parties involved?  
Post date: 25 Mar 2020
Type: Event

A new concept for adding flexibility in the Energy Performance Contracting model is currently being developed at a European level. This approach aims to support building owners and investors by promoting comfort and energy-cost savings through active demand response solutions. Additionally, it will have a beneficial effect on the environment as it helps reducing overall emissions.
Post date: 19 Feb 2020
Type: Știri

Discover how to succeed in obtaining finance from investors for energy efficiency projects in our next webinar!  Join us on 26th February 3-4 pm CET to find out more! We will compare the perspectives of investors and project developers and explain the differences between how a project developer typically calculates their project margins and how an investor calculates their ROI.  
Post date: 5 Feb 2020
Type: Event

LAUNCH Investor Forum Thinking BIG: Securitizing Sustainable Energy Assets in Europe The aim of the LAUNCH Investor Forum is to think BIG - key market players will discuss why EPC has not yet been securitized and what is needed to achieve securitization of Sustainable Energy Assets under EPC contracts.   The November 27 event will take place at the headquarters of BNP Paris Fortis in Brussels and will feature:   
Post date: 16 Sep 2019
Type: Event

The LAUNCH webinar aims to share the key points of the LAUNCH project and the positive outcomes for the European sustainable energy assets market.     Why attend?    To learn more about how we will create THE framework of best-in-class, standardized tools that will launch Sustainable Energy Assets as tradable securities, by deploying this framework in cooperation with project developers and investors.  
Post date: 5 Sep 2019
Type: Event

In 21 case studies, the EUKI project BEACON evaluated national climate policies in European countries. The Latvian Baltic Energy Efficiency Facility (LABEEF) is a company that was founded in 2016 to facilitate the deep renovation of the Latvian housing sector, which is dominated by prefabricated high-rise buildings erected between 1941 and 1992 during era of Soviet occupation.
Post date: 29 Iul 2019
Type: Publication

Energy performance contracts more versatile and profitable than expected  
Post date: 17 Iun 2019
Type: Publication

The project is part of the 2014-2015 Programme of Energy Renovation of Public Sector Buildings, adopted by the Croatian Government in 2013. This Programme has generated 57 public procurement procedures for the provision of EPC, 21 signed contracts for 68 buildings (total floor area: 225.000 m2 ), and € 125 million of total investment, for 70 million kWh of expected energy savings.  
Post date: 11 Feb 2019
Type: Caz

The split incentives dilemma may be the single most significant challenge to the economisation of energy efficiency projects worldwide. The Triple Win approach can be a solution.   The split incentive dilemma is a problem that when a building owner invests in energy savings, the benefits are not enjoyed by the owner but the user, which results in a severe modernisation backlog.
Post date: 3 Ian 2019
Type: Event