The report presents a detailed analysis of the potential enhanced EPC elements as well as a cross-country comparison matrix. All partners conducted bilateral interviews with the major actors in the EPC procedures, including executive bodies on EPC at regional and/or national level. For countries not represented in the consortium, specific literature research has been conducted.
This report provides an analyses of the gaps and shortcomings in the current EPC schemes in the QualDeEPC country partner and national priority approaches to their resolution. All partner countries have organized stakeholder workshops discussing potential options for enhancing the existing EPC schemes. The discussions were incorporated in the results.
This document presents the Development Strategy Plan, which will be guiding the development of next-generation EPC schemes in WP3.
D2.4 also encompasses the country situation and needs as found by the consortium partners in Task 2.3, where the gaps and shortcomings in the current EPC schemes in the QualDeEPC country partners, and national priority approaches to their resolution were analysed.
The deliverable provides further analysis, policy proposals and draft descriptions of tools on the seven areas that the project has identified as its priorities for the development of enhanced EPC schemes (see also D2.4). For each topic, the situations in the partner countries are evaluated, best practice examples are described and cross-national measures for improvements are suggested.
This report presents the feedback from Task 3.4 ‘Dialogue on the Green paper and Concepts’. It provides a summary on each national workshop collecting the Stakeholder feedback for the proposed policies, tools and concepts of the Green paper on good practice in EPC assessment, certification, and use, as well as the feedback of the EU workshop.
WP4: Testing the applicability through pilot cases
WP5: Roadmap to convergence and action towards deep renovation
The report describes the website created for external and internal communication about and on the project. The website represents QualDeEPC’s primary method of communication with external stakeholders and the wider public.