1 April 2013 – 31 March 2016 (36 months)
The European Energy Service Initiative aimed to facilitate the development of long-lasting EPC implementation schemes in 9 European major cities and regions. The project also introduced the use of EPCs as a practical tool to implement long-term energy efficiency strategies.
Codema was involved in the capacity building for EPC in Dublin. We prepared an analysis of the status quo in the area of energy efficiency in Dublin with the focus on EPC implementation. Additionally, we looked at the impact of EPC with regards to the targets of the SEAP and supported the project partners with dissemination activities.
The European Energy Service Initiative 2020 (EESI2020) was a project addressing the EU 20% energy saving objective by a significantly broader use of Energy Performance Contracting. EPCs are important tools for the refurbishment of buildings and for the upgrade of public infrastructures. The project was a follow-up of successful projects such as EUROCONTRACT and EESI, and concentrated on the systematic implementation of EPC projects through marketing materials and the supply of EPC trainings and workshops in partner cities.
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