A big step towards making energy efficiency investments a mainstream activity of the financial sector.
Increasing energy efficiency investments
The EN-TRACK platform will facilitate increased energy efficiency investments in the European building stock by enabling massive gathering of data of actual energy and cost savings from energy efficiency investments.
The goal of EN-TRACK is to create a one-stop shop platform with standardized data related to the energy efficiency performance of the public and private building stock. Enabling interoperability with most currently active databases and tools, this will lead to an unambiguous data exchange based services ecosystem with low transactional costs. This is a big step towards making energy efficiency investments a mainstream activity of the financial sector.
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Recent project news
Explore the capabilities of EN-TRACK in building energy efficiency with our informative video. This detailed overview provides an insight into how EN-TRACK assists building managers and financial institutions in making data-driven decisions.
We are excited to announce that EN-TRACK will be participating in the upcoming Enlit Europe event, taking place on 28-30 November 2023 at the Paris Expo Porte de Versailles, Paris, France. Enlit Europe is a leading forum that addresses every aspect of the energy agenda. Enlit Europe serves as a convergence point for industry leaders, …
EN-TRACK is pleased to announce the first public release of the energy efficiency platform on 18 July 2023. We invite you to share your opinions, as your input can strongly influence the platform's improved version scheduled for release in autumn.
Training sessions on using the EN-TRACK platform are currently being conducted in Spain, for Catalan building and energy managers. As a result of the first training, a large proportion of Catalan government entities are now using EN-TRACK as a tool for registering energy efficiency activities.
A new EN-TRACK paper has been published! The paper was written by Eddie Streng and Telvin Kulecho from Joule Assets Europe and focuses on the barriers of the energy efficiency market that EN-TRACK addresses, the solutions EN-TRACK is developing, and the consortium’s progress thus far.
EN-TRACK partners ep group, EnEffect, ICAEN and Smart Innovation Norway collaborated on an article comparing the residential and non-domestic smart meter rollouts in the UK, Spain and Bulgaria, and set out recommendations based on the learnings of this comparison and industry workshops.
On 7 December, the EN-TRACK and PROPEL projects held a joint internal workshop to explore synergies and common links for future collaboration.
During its fifth General Assembly in London in November, the EN-TRACK consortium organised a roundtable with experts and stakeholders in the buildings sector to discuss the role of data in the net zero energy and carbon value chain.
Connor Enright from ep group spoke with energy specialists at the SPARK conference. Here’s what was said about the future of building performance data ecosystems.
EN-TRACK will attend Sustainable Places for the second time! This year, we will host an online workshop "Smart Meter Rollup: Learnings from across the EU", on Wednesday 7 September, 8:30-10:00 CET. The workshop will provide and develop new insights into the barriers and successes in smart metering across the EU, with the UK, Bulgaria and …
Read about how EN-TRACK will support increased energy efficiency investments.