Publications

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Publications

D4.2 – Training Modules for Tertiary Sector Actors (Short Guide)

D4.2 – Training Modules for Tertiary Sector Actors

The objective of this presentation is providing training on EPC basics, the Green Rating tools and financing solutions for the tertiary sector actors, the energy efficiency sector, certification bodies, public authorities and policy makers.

D2.3 – Report on Standardised EE/RES Project Models and Descriptions

D2.2 – Overview of National EPC Market Reports

The objective of this report is to provide an overview of the insight on the current Energy Performance Contracts (EPC) market in the tertiary sectors of Croatia, France, Greece, Italy, Portugal and Spain. EPC projects are instrumental in achieving 2020 objectives and therefore need to be promoted, particularly in the private sector. Over 180 interviews were carried out with the tertiary sector representatives, EPC providers or facilitators and financial institutions in order to understand the market perspective of all stakeholders.

D2.2 – National EPC Market Report on Croatia

In Croatia, the estimated annual potential for energy savings through reconstruction of commercial non-residential buildings is 413 GWh by 2016, or 743.4 GWh by 2020, with the estimated investment costs amounting to 235 million EUR by 2016, and 420 million EUR by 2020. Financial savings are estimated on an annual basis to 32 million EUR in 2016, or 57 million EUR in 2020.

D2.2 – National EPC Market Report on France

With a consumption of 255 TWh in 2014 (only 4% coming from renewables), the French tertiary sector represented 15% of the country’s global energy consumption. Within the private sector, the most power hungry and energy intensive segments were offices, commerce and hospitality. A large potential for energy efficiency and renewable energy investments exist within these segments, with high returns on investment especially for active measures.

D2.2 – National EPC Market Report on Greece

The scope of this report is to provide insights about the Energy Efficiency market and the Energy Performance Contracting (EPC) development and potential in Greece, as well as to record the perception and recommendation of the involved parts (EPC providers, EPC beneficiaries/ ”clients” and the financing sector.

D2.2 – National EPC Market Report on Italy

The energy consumption in the tertiary sector in Italy has seen a global increase during the last two decades, nearly doubling its value from 95 TWh in 1990 to 184 TWh in 2013. Retail buildings and hotels seem to be the dominant market segments, where energy efficiency could represent a new driver for the enlargement of the business for many operators. Offices are just behind these.

D2.2 – National EPC Market Report on Portugal

The present report aims to providing an overview of the existing Energy Performance Contracts (EPC) market in Portugal, focusing on the tertiary sector. To achieve this, an analysis of energy consumption was made in Portugal and several interviews were performed with stakeholders that work directly with EPC contracts. 25 interviews were carried out with EPC Providers/Facilitators (10 interviews), EPC Clients from the tertiary sector (10 interviews) and Financial Institutions (5 interviews).

D2.2 – National EPC Market Report on Spain

The objective of this report is to provide insight on the current Energy Performance Contracts (EPC) market in Spain. EPC projects are instrumental in achieving 2020 objectives and therefore, need to be promoted, particularly in the private sector. A total of 36 interviews were carried out with Spanish tertiary sector representatives, EPC providers/facilitators and financial institutions in order to understand the market perspective of all stakeholders.

D2.1 – Fact sheets on best practice tertiary sector EE/RES applications

The best practices presented in this report will be used to generate standardised sustainable energy project technical functional models that will be later used to develop the Green Rating™ – based investment assessment tool, one of the main products of this initiative. The 33 factsheets presented in this report show which are the most common solutions used and outline how they are being implemented, how they are financed and what are the other conditions for success.