Demonstration & transference

Demonstration & transference

D4.1 Detailed common calculation and measurement protocols of U-CERT EPC-s for the cases 1.7 MB


D4.2 Pilot’s individual factsheets implemented, comparing U-CERT EPC-s with classic ones 402.1 KB

👉 D4.2 Annex I

👉 D4.2 Annex II

👉 D4.2 Annex III


D4.3 Compared analysis of U-CERT pilot results with the previous EPC-s 2.86 MB


D4.4 Recommendations to implement the results in local EPCs and voluntary certification schemes 1.9 MB

Providing evidence of applicability and usefulness is accomplished by testing and demonstrating the U-CERT approach in the U-CERT case studies accross the U-CERT countries.

The underpinning objective is to test and demonstrate the U-CERT methodology through the practical implementation in real context. The results and analyses of the U-CERT case studies is used as feedback loop to adjust and fine-tune the methodologies, tools, services and supporting business models.Finally, the lessons learned will be summarised into policy recommendations for Member States to receive guidance and support in adapting their national EPB Assessment and Certification processes. This is of high relevance given the 2021-2022 EPBD revision process and its subsequent transposition and implementation at national level.

The actions related to the testing activities in U-CERT Case Studies were clustered according to the following sequence:

  • Characterisation of national EPB Assessments and Certification schemes
    • Collection of information on national EPCs
    • Assessment of user friendliness of national EPCs
  • Testing applicability of methodology of U-CERT EPB Assessment and Certification scheme
    • Calculated EPB Assessment
    • Measured EPB Assessment
    • U-CERT EPC
  • Comparing U-CERT vs national EPB Assessment and Certification schemes
  • Elaboratin recommendation for U-CERT's value proposition transference to mandatory and voluntary building performance assessment and certification schemes alike


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