Promoting the use of EPC data to prompt the adoption of energy efficiency measures in building retrofit.
Request2Action puts together efforts from 9 european countries to find solutions on how data from Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) can be use to promote home energy efficiency. This project focuses on 5 different points of action: monitoring the uptake of EPC recommendations, enhancing self-assessment advice for households, providing effective data from EPCs to different organisations and companies to promote energy savings opportunities, involving all market value actors in the retrofit process, develop national hubs to link supply & demand side stakeholders. The result is the creation of different retrofit action hubs, one-stop-shop web portals that allow bridging the gap between supply and demand, reinforcing market trust and prompting house owners to adopt the energy efficiency measures proposed in their EPCs.
ADENE main activities include the participation in project meetings, the coordination of the communication actions (including managing the european website), the preparation of promotional videos, and the launch and operation of the Portuguese Retrofit Action Hub.
Online retrofit action hub.
• Online retrofit action hub;
• Promotional videos.
|AEA – Austrian Energy Agency (AU)|
|VITO – Flemish Institute for Technological Research (BE)|
|CRES – Centre for Renewable Energy Sources and Saving (GR)|
|ENEA – National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development (IT)|
|KAPE – Polish National Energy Agency (PL)|
|RVO – Ministry of Economic Affairs (NL)|
|SIEA – Slovak Innovation and Energy Agency (SK)|