iBRoad2EPC – Training for Energy Inspectors

We are pleased to announce that due to the overwhelming interest in the upcoming training webinar for Energy Inspectors organised by INZEB within the framework of the iBRoad2EPC project, a second webinar has been scheduled. This additional webinar aims to accommodate the high demand and provide more participants with the opportunity to contribute to the development of the next generation of Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs).

The second training webinar will take place on Friday, June 16th, 2023, from 13.00 to 17.30 (EEST). Just like the first training session, this webinar will also be conducted online and will be held in the Greek language.

The iBRoad2EPC project is an important initiative under the Horizon 2020, focusing on integrating elements from Building Renovation Roadmaps into Energy Performance Certificates. By combining these two aspects, the project aims to enhance the issuance of target-related renovation recommendations in a cost-effective and efficient manner. The outcomes of the training and subsequent field tests have the potential to greatly improve the quality of EPCs not only in Greece but throughout Europe.

Building upon the achievements of the previous iBRoad project, which developed a building renovation roadmap and digital building logbook, iBRoad2EPC aims to further advance EPC schemes by incorporating customised recommendations for deep renovation. The project seeks to offer a comprehensive framework, including software, training, and policy instruments, to promote the adoption of these next-generation EPCs across Europe. The ultimate objective is to facilitate the deep renovation of the EU building stock, leading to a highly efficient and decarbonised building sector by 2050.

The second webinar will follow the same objectives and principles as the initial training session, providing valuable insights into the integration of Building Renovation Passport elements into EPC schemes. It will explore strategies for achieving deep and stepwise renovation, complying with future regulatory and financial requirements, and improving the overall quality and effectiveness of EPCs. Additionally, the webinar will cover topics related to comfort, indoor environmental quality, smart building dimensions, and other complementary aspects, aiming to enhance the information provided in EPCs and improve conditions for building occupants.

We look forward to your active involvement and the collective progress we can achieve through this important project.

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