The EPC (Energy Performance Contracting) European Code of Conduct:
The EPC European Code of Conduct was finalised in July 2015 and it defines the basic values and principles that are considered fundamental for the successful preparation and implementation of EPC projects. .
The EPC European Code of Conduct was developed as part of the Transparense project, financed by the Intelligent Energy Europe programme in cooperation with CPE suppliers, customers and European associations representing the ESCO (Energy Services Companies) sector.
Those European associations representing the ESCOs at a European level which also took part in Transparense are the following: the European Federation of Efficiency Services and Energy Intelligence (EFIEES) and the European Association of Energy Efficiency Service Companies (eu.esco) signed the EPC Code of Conduct and became the joint European administrators of the Code of Conduct from 1 September 2015.
For further details please contact your national administrator of the EPC Code of Conduct in your own country or the joint European administrators of the CPE Code of Conduct:
EFIEES | Alessia Endellini | firstname.lastname@example.org
eu.esco | Simone Alessandri | email@example.com
Status on June 2020: 240 signatories in Europe: 154 EPC suppliers, 15 EPC suppliers’ national associations, 1 European associations and 70 other bodies* which are active within the EPC market.
*some organisations are acting as both EPC providers and EPC facilitators