Improving knowledge and availability of high quality data on buildings, and related data analytics capabilities, would be useful for policy makers, enterprises, financiers, researchers and other stakeholders, and would lead to various benefits such as better monitoring of the sustainability and energy efficiency of the built environment. This would contribute to a stronger evidence base for educated decisions, new policies and finance mechanisms.
The objectives of the service contract are to provide support to the European Commission and Member States in:
In the narrower area of energy performance of building, this service contracts also aims to strengthen the link between the EU building stock observatory with national Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) databases currently available in 26 Member States.
To achieve these objectives the contractor(s) are expected to engage in the following activities:
December 2019 until November 2021
European Commission/DG Ener
Ernst & Young Special Business Services