How do we do it?



Learn more about the development of EN-TRACK.


Ensuring relevance and market uptake by engaging stakeholders.

Pilot sites

Based on and tested in reality. Learn about our pilot sites.


We are dedicated to develop a platform which corresponds to the actual needs of our stakeholders and being interoperable with already existing infrastructure.

EN-TRACK builds on an existing infrastructure enabling massive data gathering, making the data comparable and interoperable with other existing databases, analysing this data and offering relevant results to key stakeholders. This will support more informed, more transparent and faster decision-making, contribute to the de-risking of investments in energy efficiency in buildings and facilitate process of closing investment deals.

Enabling interoperability with most currently active databases and tools (e.g. DEEP, eQuad, EnerInvest) will lead to an unambiguous data exchange based services ecosystem with low transaction costs. This is a big step towards making energy efficiency investments a mainstream activity of the financial sector.


EN-TRACK builds on and integrate already existing platforms.


We are dedicated to develop a platform which corresponds to the actual needs of our stakeholders. Hence, we strive to involve and educate stakeholders throughout the project period.

The key stakeholders of EN-TRACK are financial institutions and investors as well as building owners and operators. It is crucial for the success of EN-TRACK to engage and get feedback from its key stakeholders in order to design and develop a sustainable platform and support investments in energy efficiency refurbishment.

Together with key financial institutions and external actors EN-TRACK will collaborate to define the necessary data and progress towards standardising the data description to make data from different sources comparable and capable for analysis. This will allow for investors to make informed decisions on energy efficiency investments.

With building owner organisations and energy service companies, EN-TRACK will produce the data (energy, cost and financial) within the organisations and standardise processes by creating replicable procedures and protocols and, with a view towards automation of data input to save time, reduce costs and increase the added value of the system.

A Building Owners Forum and Financial Institutions Forum will be organised to develop and document dialogue with these key stakeholders about their needs and requirements and about how the EN-TRACK platform can become a valuable resource for them. The fora will help identify information about new projects looking for financing and will provide opportunities for matching project owners and financial institutions.

Financial Institutions

Learn more about the opportunities the EN-TRACK project offers for financial institutions and investors.

Building Owners

Learn about the opportunities for attracting investments to your energy efficiency refurbishment project.

Pilot sites

Our two pilot sites are essential for integrating stakeholder feedback in the design and development of EN-TRACK.

Pilot site in Spain

  • Spain: 4,000 buildings (~1,000 projects)
  • 30 projects: fully tested financing prequalification jointly with eQuad
  • Exchange all available data with DEEP

For years the Generalitat de Catalunya (Government of Catalonia) has been collecting data on energy consumption and energy certification of most of its public buildings. Now, and with the participation of the partners ICAEN and the Department of Territory in the project, GENCAT wants to take a step forward and contribute its buildings as Pilot projects by providing its energy and technical data.

The EN-TRACK platform will take advantage of this information to develop the use cases and the different functionalities, together with the gathered data from the Pilots in Bulgaria. It is expected that in the future this tool will become a strategic tool for the Generalitat for the achievement of their Sustainable Development Objectives. At the same time, it wants to facilitate the day-to-day work of energy managers as well as for decision-making when carrying out energy efficiency measures. In this sense the collaboration of the Building Managers is a key point, since his knowledge and feedback will allow to develop the platform in a more exhaustive and reliable way.

Pilot site in Bulgaria

  • 500 buildings (~150 projects)
  • 10 projects: fully tested financing prequalification jointly with eQuad
  • Exchange all available data with DEEP

Information for about 4000 buildings and 18000 energy efficiency measeures, based on energy audits carried out between 2016 and 2022, is already collected and uploaded to the platform. It includes energy consumption data before the energy audits; general building characteristics; and parameters of energy efficiency measures recommended for implementation.

Anonymised and aggregated data for these pilot buildings is available on the platform for both registered and non-registered users, who can compare the condition of their building stock with the national average.

Each registered user will have access to the information available for his own buildings and will be able to update or supplement the data with more details for each site and more up-to-date energy consumption data. This will assist building owners not only in making informed decisions about future renovation projects, but also in monitoring and analysing energy consumption on a monthly basis, as well as monitor and verify the savings achieved through the introduction of energy efficiency measures.