The Energy Performance Protocols are the cornerstone of the ICP System. They define a standardised roadmap of best practices for developing energy retrofits following the ICP Project lifecycle. They leverage existing and commonly accepted European and national standards in conjunction with ICP specified elements, procedures, and documentation based on the various stages of a project life-cycle to create standardised projects with reliable returns.
The ICP Protocols cover the majority of tertiary and apartment block building energy efficiency projects. The first IREE™ project, an NHS three-building hospital in Liverpool, UK, was certified in June 2016 and used the ICP Standard Tertiary Protocol. Since then project developers, funds and frameworks have started using ICP Protocols in projects in the UK, Germany, Portugal and Austria.
If you’d like to learn more about the ICP System and how to use the Protocols in your country, don’t hesitate to contact the appropriate national contact.
Protocols in Bulgarian: http://europe.eeperformance.org/icp-protocols-in-bulgarian.html
Protocols in German: http://europe.eeperformance.org/icp-protocols-in-german.html
Protocols in Portuguese: http://europe.eeperformance.org/icp-protocols-in-portuguese.html
Protocols in English: http://europe.eeperformance.org/protocols.html