This tech-talk invites a deeper-dive look at some of the latest Horizon 2020 projects aimed at ensuring accelerated collaboration across the value-chain from investors>energy service companies>end users driving greater widespread aoption of EE initiatives.
ENERFUND is a tool that rates and scores deep renovation opportunities.
The tool is based on a set of parameters such as Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs), number of certified installers, governmental schemes running, etc.
By providing a rating for deep renovation opportunities, energy service or product companies can identify customer segments based on their needs, environmental department heads can assess and compare buildings when prioritising deep renovation and deciding on fund allocation and Financial institutions can provide targeted loans for building retrofits.
The Investor Confidence Project unlocks financing for energy efficiency projects. It provides access to financing for the building, industry,district energy and street lighting markets by standardizing how energy efficiency projects are developed, documented and measured.
guarantEE: E is pushing ahead with the use of energy-saving guarantee projects in the public and private sector. This includes
- the development of innovative solutions for rented buildings
- a flexibilization of energy-saving guarantee projects for private sector clients
- Accompaniment of energy-saving guarantee pilot projects by experienced project developers
All of these projects are intended to drive energy efficiency across Europe and this workshop invites discussion, collaboration and roadmaps for continued innovation.
Reinhard Ungerboeck, Consultant, Energy Services, Graz Energy Agency, will be representing the guarantEE project.
Andreas Lindinger, Management Consultant, Energy Efficiency, Denkstatt will be highlighting his work with the Investor Confidence Project.
Marcel Lauko, Managing Director, Energy Centre Bratislava will be providing an overview of the Enerfund project.