Integrating Building Renovation Passports into Energy Performance Certification schemes for a decarbonized building stock
iBRoad2EPC builds on the results of the iBRoad project (2017-2020). The project aims to bridge the Building Renovation Passport with the Energy Performance Certificate (EPC), and expand, improve and broaden their format and joint scope to consider additional features, e.g., indoor environment and smart technologies, and become applicable also to multi-family and public buildings. The aim is to improve reliability, usefulness and effectiveness, thereby establishing the next generation of EPCs that will support Europe’s decarbonisation ambitions as reflected in the Renovation Wave Strategy, while improving conditions for building occupants.
The iBRoad2EPC project builds on the achievements of iBRoad, broadens the scope of the concept and adapts it to national EPC schemes, to prepare the roll out of next generation EPCs in Bulgaria, Greece, Poland, Portugal, Romania and Spain.
At least 3 countries are expected to take up the integration of the Building Renovation Passport BRP with the EPC in their national frameworks within the iBRoad2EPC project context, to improve the EPC’s reliability and value.
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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 101033781.