Applying the AEPC model to clusters of buildings

We have just released D2.4 - The Collective Active Building EPC concept and business model.This deliverable explores the implementation of the AEPC bu[...]


Helping ESCOs to build a positive business case

We have just released the Deliverable D2.3 - Business Models for the Active Building EPC Concept.This deliverable presents the Business model for Acti[...]


AmBIENCe & BELESCO joint webinar

The joint event of AmBIENCe and BELESCO was a success and gathered more than 100 ESCO, researchers and other payers of the energy industry. We are loo[...]


AEPC concept and ABEPeM proof-of-concept

AEPC is a new concept and contract model that improves the outcomes from energy performance contracting by incorporating flexibility and demand respon[...]


Overview of actors, roles and business models related to Enhanced EPC and Building Demand Response Services

Delivering services to buildings based on an Active building Energy Performance Contracting (AEPC) model provides an interesting new opportunity to En[...]


AmBIENCe partners with other H2020 projects to advise EU leaders on preparing the energy transition

AmBIENCe partnered up with other 7 H2020 projects to advise EU leaders on how to prepare buildings for energy transition.The transition to a forward-l[...]


FLEXCON2020 recordings released

The FLEXCON2020 track on Active managed buildings and energy performance contracts has been a success! Nilufar Neyestani (INESC TEC) and Jef Verbeeck [...]


Proposing a new forecaster based on artificial intelligence

The AmBIENCe project consortium has published an article in a special issue of the open-access journal Energies.The article is entitled "Very Short-Te[...]