The Investor Confidence Project (ICP), a project of the Environmental Defense Fund, defines a clear road-map from retrofit opportunity to reliable Investor Ready Energy Efficiency™. With a suite of Commercial and Multifamily Energy Performance Protocols in place, ICP reduces transaction costs by assembling existing standards and practices into a consistent and transparent process that promotes efficient markets by increasing confidence in energy efficiency as a demand-side resource. 






Funded by the European Commission for €1.7 million under the Horizon 2020 Programme for Research and Innovation, SEAF is a two year project. It aims to make Sustainable Energy Assets (SEA) such as Demand Response, Energy Efficiency and Distributed Renewable Generation accessible to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) through the development of a streamlined software platform that will be designed to function in ten European member states (Austria, Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Portugal, Spain and the UK). The work is divided into 6 packages among its partners.

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Funded by the European Commission under the Horizon 2020 Programme for Research and Innovation, EPC+ is a project aimed to reduce transaction costs of energy service packages drastically so that smaller investments and projects in SMEs become possible for companies offering energy services. The major outputs of the project include the development of commercial, standardized energy service packages for SMEs, the implementation of pilot projects for the EPC+ packages and the set-up and management of clusters of companies (SPINS). Finally, EPC+ aims to develop an international e-market for energy service providers.





Streetlight-EPC creates demand and supply for EPC projects in 9 regions by setting up regional EPC facilitation services. Our project’s outputs might be useful to your own endeavor. Among the project’s outputs, quickchecks, guides and FAQs on streetlight EPC are available in the respective languages in the “publications and events” section of the project’s website:

ictfoot_1 is the European platform promoting the adoption of carbon footprint methodologies in the ICT sector. The goal is to support organisations in becoming more energy efficient and reducing their carbon footprint, ultimately increasing their competiveness.




EnerInvest is a consulting platform, offering technical, legal and financial solutions to Sustainable Energy Projects (SEP) promoted at national level by both the public and private sectors. EnerInvest covers the gap between the financial sector and the energy sector, organising the dialogue among the relevant stakeholders and identifying challenges, barriers and solutions. It is a network of key actors working together to foster investments in sustainable energy

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ENERJ (Joint Actions for Energy Efficiency) is an Interreg MED modular project and aims at enhancing and improving the coordination of Sustainable Energy Action Plans (SEAP’s) and other relevant energy Efficiency Plans. The project will develop and test a technologically oriented methodology for increasing cooperation among public authorities through Joint Actions transferring the most promising methods in the partner regions.

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neZEH encourages and proposes concrete solutions to EU hotel owners willing to become a nearly Zero Energy Hotel. Providing technical advice for nZEB renovations, demonstrating the sustainability of such projects and promoting front runners, neZEH sensitized more than 56.000 hotels across Europe, engaging them in the EU nearly zero energy building (nZEB) strategy.