Facilitating EU transition to sustainable buildings
The Energy Performance of Buildings Directive promotes energy savings in buildings by considering local climatic conditions in different parts of the EU as well as the temperature, ventilation, and humidity within buildings. It has introduced energy-performance certificates that inform building tenants and owners about the building energy-performance ratings and recommendations for cost-effective improvements. The EU-funded U-CERT project aims to make the new certification schemes more practical and reliable via a holistic and user-centred approach. It also aims to make the new set of energy-performance standards easily accessible to a wide range of users by leveraging the diverse services offered by the EPB centre. The new approaches facilitate the shift towards a decarbonised EU building stock.
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Funding SchemeCSA - Coordination and support action
3013 AL Rotterdam