The Trust EPC South project aims to increase investment in Energy Efficiency in the private tertiary sector, by providing a framework for assessing and benchmarking investments and by reinforcing the confidence of stakeholders and investors in setting up Energy Performance Contracts (EPC). 40 pilot projects were selected in the six countries, including ten in France. ENERGIES 2050, lead Partner in the country, offers support to the latter to improve their level of energy efficiency.

Implemented in

  • Europe and Central Asia

Led by

Partners

Sectors of activity
Buildings and construction, Energy, Tourism

Type of initiative
Capacity Building & Implementation, Financial Instruments & Investments, Research, Analysis, Assessment

Type of lead actor
Civil society

Start date
15/02/2015

End date
30/06/2018

Shared by

Guillaume Lefebvre de Laboulaye

Programme Manager

ENERGIES 2050

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Objectives

The Trust EPC South project aims to increase investment in Energy Efficiency (EE) and renewable energy (RE) in the private tertiary sector, by providing a framework for assessing and benchmarking investments and by reinforcing the confidence of stakeholders and investors in setting up Energy Performance Contracts (EPC). This project is implemented by an international and interdisciplinary consortium in six countries: Croatia, France, Spain, Greece, Italy and Portugal.

As part of this project, 40 pilot projects were selected in the six countries, including ten in France. ENERGIES 2050 offers free support to the latter to set up a plan to improve their level of energy efficiency and / or use of renewable energy. The objective is to apply the methodologies and tools developed to meet the market constraints in terms of energy efficiency and EPC.

The project thus aims to contribute to the shift towards more sustainable modes of consumption and production through the reduction of energy use in tertiary buildings and through an enhanced use of renewable energy.



Activities

As collected through the One Planet Reporting

Output level

Training for SCP

  • Summer University of the Francophonie "Sustainable Buildings, Cities and territories facing climate change"

Knowledge resource and technical tool

  • A standardisation too to assess Energy Performance Contracting in tertiary buildings

Impact and Results

This section will be updated at the end of the project.

Next steps and how to get involved

To get involved, please contact us at guillaume.delaboulaye@energies2050.org with trustepcsouth@energies2050.org in copy.