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    Project Name eXTENDing the energy performance assessment and certification schemes via a mOdular approach’
    Implementation period: 2019-2022
    Project Coordinator: TECHNISCHE UNIVERSITAET WIEN -Austria
    Partners:
    1. TECHNISCHE UNIVERSITAET WIEN -Austria, Project Coordinator
    2. VLAAMSE INSTELLING VOOR TECHNOLOGISCH ONDERZOEK N.V. (VITO), Belgium
    3. ZENTRUM FUR ENERGIEWIRTSCHAFT UND UMWELT (E-THINK) (E-THINK), Austria
    4. BUILDINGS PERFORMANCE INSTITUTE EUROPE ASBL (BPIE), Belgium
    5. ADENE - AGENCIA PARA A ENERGIA (ADENE), Portugal
    6. CENTRE FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES AND SAVING FONDATION (CRES), Greece
    7. MITTETULUNDUSUHING TARTU REGIOONI ENERGIAAGENTUUR (TREA), Estonia
    8. ASOCIATIA AUDITORILOR ENERGETICI PENTRU CLADIRI DIN ROMANIA, Romania
    9. ENERGISTYRELSEN (DEA), established in AMALIEGADE 44, KOBENHAVN K 1256, Denmark
    10. ENERGIE AGENTUR STEIERMARK GEMEINNUTZIGE GMBH (EASt), Austria
    11. NARODOWA AGENCJA POSZANOWANIA ENERGII SA (NAPE), Poland
    12. THE ENERGY SAVING TRUST LIMITED (EST), WUK
    13. AGENZIA NAZIONALE PER LE NUOVE TECNOLOGIE, L'ENERGIA E LO, SVILUPPO ECONOMICO SOSTENIBILE (ENEA),  Italy
    Website: wkrótce/tba
    Objective:

    "The aim of the project is to improve compliance, reliability, usability and convergence of the EPCs across the EU, while at the same time supporting the evolution towards a next-generation and future-proof EPC-framework. By identifying strengths and weaknesses of current EPC schemes, understanding of the end-users’ needs regarding EPCs a toolbox will be developed to guide policy makers towards a next-generation energy performance certification scheme. The modular structure of the toolbox will cover aspects such as the smartness level of a building, comfort, verification and how to embed EPCs in broader concepts like building logbooks or EPC databases. This will allow policy makers to improve or implement the modules relevant for them, depending on country-specific aspects, needs and willingness of adaptation. "