A big step towards making energy efficiency investments a mainstream activity of the financial sector.

The EN-TRACK project has come to an end

We are thrilled to announce that the EN-TRACK project, supported by the Horizon 2020 program, has successfully concluded on 30 April 2024, paving the way for future energy efficiency investments in the European Union. The project has contributed with an innovative platform, allowing for an interoperable ecosystem of data and tools to support informed decision-making in building refurbishment.

The EN-TRACK platform enhances the integration and analysis of diverse data sets, making them compatible with other major databases and tools. This will lead to clearer, quicker, and more transparent decision-making, thereby de-risking investments in the energy efficiency of buildings.

Some of the achievements of EN-TRACK include:

  • Institutional Adoption: The platform has been adopted as the official tool by a regional energy agency for monitoring the energy performance of all public buildings
  • Strategic Agreements: The project has secured cooperation agreements with several large building owners and financial institutions across different sectors and contexts
  • Data Standardization: The project has contributed to the development and adoption of common data standards and protocols for building energy efficiency, such as the Building Passport and the Building Renovation Passport

We are proud of what we have achieved and we look forward to seeing the impact of our work in the coming years.

Thank you to all our partners and stakeholders for your support and collaboration!

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.

Get to know EN-TRACK!

Watch the video to learn how EN-TRACK assists building managers and financial institutions in making data-driven decisions. 

Find out how EN-TRACK helps you in your energy efficiency project and investment decisions!