WP1: Foundations for next generation dynamic EPCs (dEPCs): Identifying challenges, needs and opportunities

  • D1.1: Comparative assessment of current EPC schemes and relevant emerging performance paradigms

    Due date: 31/12/2020 - Task leader: FRC

    First version of the report of the comparative assesment of the current EPC schemes, with initial findings provided in details.

  • D1.2: Next-generation EPC's user and stakeholder requirements & market needs

    Due date: 31/01/2021 - Task leader: CLEO

    Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) are important instruments for the enhancement of the energy performance of buildings. Notwithstanding the positive contribution that current EPCs have had on improving the energy performance of buildings, experience has unveiled a number of constraints and limitations. There is a need for a holistic framework for strengthening and improving the quality and application of EPCs, by introducing novel and cost-effective approaches of assessing the energy performance of building envelope and systems. This report aims to identify current drawbacks of EPCs and future trends of the market and relevant stakeholders. The results of this research are anticipated to identify the needs and requirements for the successful implementation of next generation EPCs.
    The report followed two types of methodologies including desk research and field research. The desk research committed as a set of statements with questions relevant to challenging matters of (i), Efficiency of EPC methodologies, (ii) Potential EPC methodologies to overcome past drawbacks (iii) Efficiency of EPC data collection tools and procedures (iv), penalties and sanctions currently in force for EPC non-compliance (v) current EPC databases and access. The statements were answered with as a set of questions relevant to current and future challenging matters of EPCs. Concerning the field research, the circulation of two types of questionnaire was conducted according to the ‘Stakeholder identification and prioritization’ section to a list of stakeholders. The purpose of the field research was to identify current drawbacks and future trends of EPCs from the end-users and technical stakeholder’s perspective. The results of both desk and field research resulted to a set of challenges and recommendations for the next generation EPCs.

  • D1.3: Aspects of Next generation EPC’s definition v1

    Due date: 31/01/2021 - Task leader: KTU

    First version of the report, providing details for the aspects around defining next generation EPCs.


WP2: Development of the Operational Framework for dEPC Schemes


WP3: Building digitalisation and inverse modelling for implementing next generation dEPCs


WP4: Digital Platform for Dynamic EPCs Issuance and Enabled Applications


WP5: Demonstration and Impact Assessment


WP6: Policy-related Implication for the enforcement of the next generation EPCs scheme


WP7: Project Communication, Dissemination and Exploitation

  • D7.2: Established internal and external communication channels and materials v1

    Due date: 31/12/2020 - Task leader: DMO

    First version on the communication channels and material for the project.


WP8: Project Management & Coordination

  • D8.9: Data Management Plan v2

    Due date: 28/02/2022 - Task leader: CERTH

    Updated version of the Data Management Plan.


Dissemination materials

Accessible and shareable pieces of information related to D2EPC and made for interactions with audiences and stakeholders.

  • Newsletters

    Newsletters for the D2EPC project.

  • Promotional materials

    Promotional materials for the D2EPC project such as leaflets and brochures.

  • Videos

    Videos about the D2EPC project.



Peer reviewed articles, book chapters, or conference presentations created and released by members of D2EPC and focused on D2EPC related work.