Contract notice: energy performance of buildings - surveying, assessment and certification - 343/13.
What does EPB stand for?
EPB stands for Energy Performance of Buildings (various locations)
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- Editorial Production Branch
- Effective Practice Bulletin (UK)
- Église Protestante Baptiste (French: Protestant Baptist Church)
- Ejército Popular Boricua (Spanish: Boricua Popular Army; Puerto Rico)
- Electric Power Board (Chattanooga, TN)
- Électricité Plomberie Bâtiment (French electrical and plumbing company)
- Electronic Parking Brake (automotive)
- Electronic Preparation of the Battlefield (US Army)
- Electronic Products Bulletin
- Employment, Pensions and Benefits (various businesses)
- Engineering and Physical Biology (Harvard University; Cambridge, MA)
- Engineering Physics Building (universities)
- Engineering Process Bulletin
- Entrepreneurs des Portes de la Brie (French contractors association)
- Environmental Protection Board (various organizations)
- Equatorial Plasma Bubble
- Equipment Parts Bin
- Erie & Pittsburgh Railroad Company
- Erythrocyte Membrane Protein Band
- Espace Pierre Bachelet (French conference center)
Samples in periodicals archive:
These advisers will need to be active members of an accredited Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) Accreditation Scheme for either domestic energy assessors (DEAs) or non-domestic energy assessors (NDEAs) as appropriate.
The Energy Performance of Buildings (Certificates and Inspections) (England and Wales) Regulations 2007 require an EPC for all buildings under construction and those that are for sale or for rent.
Thanks to innovative ways of using this material, the house achieves a number of eco-friendly criteria to make it compliant with tough new standards set out by the European Directive on energy performance of buildings (2010/31/EU).
This paper presents an overview of key EU legislative efforts on energy conservation in the building sector and transposition in Greece, along with relevant data on the energy performance of buildings and the struggle towards high performance buildings.
Directive 2002/91/EC of the European parliament and the Council of 16 December 2002 on the energy performance of buildings, Official Journal of the European Communities.
Other initiatives include the EU Energy Performance of Buildings Directive, which makes the whole property stock accountable to the demands of increased energy efficiency.
The second cast of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) is currently undergoing consultation.