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European Code of Conduct for EPC launched - become one of the first signatories!

28. 08. 2014

European Code of Conduct for Energy Performance Contracting has been finalised and is available for download on the Transparense project website! EPC providers and their associations can apply for signatory status under the EPC Code of Conduct by signing the form to be downloaded here.

The European Code of Conduct for Energy Performance Contracting defines the basic values and principles that are considered fundamental for the successful preparation and implementation of EPC projects within European countries.

The EPC Code of Conduct has been developed within the Intelligent Energy Europe project Transparense in cooperation with inter alia EPC providers, clients and European ESCO associations. The two organisations representing ESCOs at the European level - European Association of Energy Service Companies (eu.ESCO) and EuropeanFederation of Intelligent Energy Efficiency Services (EFIEES) endorse the European Codeof Conduct for EPC and support its use when implementing EPC projects.