This brochure offers an overview of the outcomes of the Streetlight-EPC project. It conveys key lessons learnt for developing successful regional EPC facilitation services. It also presents concise examples of 24 street lighting and indoor lighting refurbishment projects implemented in 8 countries in the context of the Streetlight-EPC project. The majority of the projects were implemented using various forms of EPC (Energy Performance Contracting). The collection consists of a 2-page description for each project with key data, results and photos. The brochure directs readers towards other tools developed in the Streetlight-EPC project. The EU-Project Streetlight-EPC, funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme, ran from April 2014 to March 2017 with the objective of triggering the market uptake of EPC through street lighting refurbishment projects. in available in English, in printed or electronic form.
Some descriptions are also available in Croatian, Czech, Polish, Swedish, Slovenian, Macedonian and Spanish (available on the Streetlight-EPC website: http://www.streetlight-epc.eu/publications-events/).
The general knowledge contained in the brochure can be helpful for all regions and countries that are trying to develop their EPC market or implement streetlight refurbishment projects. The brochure is only available in English and must first be translated if it is required in another language. Some descriptions of implemented projects are also available in Croatian, Czech, Polish, Swedish, Slovenian, Macedonian and Spanish (available on the Streetlight-EPC website: http://www.streetlight-epc.eu/publications-events/). Due to concise text and tables, examples can be easily translated for use in other regions and countries. Local, regional and national procurement rules need to be taken into account when trying to apply the information contained in the brochure to another region or country.
• there are no tools/frameworks in place to assist the public sector in the procurement of energy efficient building, products and services (art. 6)
• lack of in-house expertise about financial tools (art. 17)
• absence of support organisations in your territory addressing energy efficiency matters (art. 17)
• support organisations have unsufficient competency and knowledge(art. 17)
• inadequate information on best energy efficiency practices (art. 17)
• the public sector doesn't use energy service companies, and energy performance contracting (art. 18)
• no access to model contracts for energy performance contracting (art. 18)
• the National Fund isn't accessed and utilised by the public sector (art. 20)
• lack of knowledge regarding existing financial tools (art. 20)