QualDeEPC’s Development Strategy Plan defines seven priorities QualDeEPC is currently finalising the project Work Package on the analysis of current practice and priorities for next-generation EPC’s (WP2). The main objective behind the tasks of WP2 is to lay an evidence-based foundation for the development of the enhanced EPC schemes and thereby indirectly for the testing,
Catalysing the EU Renovation Wave in the transition to the next-generation Energy Performance Certificates How QualDeEPC and its two sister projects approach the development of enhanced EPC schemes On June 30 from 13:30 – 15:00, U-CERT, X-tendo and QualDeEPC are collaboratively presenting the challenges and solutions of current processes behind building energy performance certificate
Between the 30th March and 1st April 2020 the second project meeting of the QualDeEPC partners was supposed to be held in Athens, Greece. Due to the global outbreak of the corona virus, such gatherings and travels have been cancelled. Therefore, the project coordinator, Wuppertal Institut, has organised this event to be held digitally.
In view of the corona pandemic, national and international funding agencies have taken measures to respond to the limitations in research related work and project management. The European Commission provides information here on relevant announcements and deadline extensions, which are updated on an ongoing basis. The partners of QualDeEPC are experiencing covid-19 related obstacles,
The first series of QualDeEPC national workshops has been successfully completed! Between the end of January and the end of February 2020, the consortium partners from Bulgaria, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Latvia, Spain and Sweden have each hosted a national workshop elaborating upon the shortcomings of existing EPC schemes as well as options for their
The QualDeEPC project has launched In October 2019, the QualDeEPC consortium met in Brussels, Belgium, for the first time at the kick-off meeting. There were about 20 representatives from the 10 institutions involved in the consortium from Belgium, Bulgaria, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Latvia, Spain, Sweden. QualDeEPC aims to increase the quality and cross-EU convergence