We have just released D2.4 – The Collective Active Building EPC concept and business model.

This deliverable explores the implementation of the AEPC business model to clusters of buildings, addressing their specific nuances:

  • They cannot be managed individually because they depend on centrally shared energy assets;
  • They are managed as a group because they are not an individual entity;
  • Collections of buildings can be more beneficial to ESCOs, granting increased profits.

In this document, you will find:

  • A definition of what are collections of buildings;
  • A mapping of current typical taxonomies of collections of buildings;
  • An overview of building actors within clusters;
  • An analysis of the extension possibilities for the AEPC concept.