EN-TRACK Launches Public Access to Energy Efficiency Platform, Inviting Stakeholder Feedback for Future Enhancements
EN-TRACK offers a comprehensive approach to overcoming key challenges in energy efficiency projects and financing. Our platform accesses data from various sources, including an automatic collection of real data, and aligns it creating a one-stop-shop energy efficiency tool for building managers and financial institutions.
EN-TRACK provides valuable services to building owners and operators, including managing all building-related data, monitoring building performance over time, project measurement and verification, benchmarking energy consumption and project efficiency, assessing CO2 emissions, and decision support tools.
The platform also caters to financial institutions by offering benchmarking and risk assessment capabilities. It allows for comparing financial performance across energy efficiency projects in buildings, evaluating investment projects based on specific building characteristics, and assessing CO2 emissions reductions resulting from investments.
EN-TRACK offers a free public version of the platform, with an optional paid version offering various additional features.
We invite you to take a moment to browse the platform, explore the features and share your feedback:
Take the survey: http://bit.ly/take_survey_en-track
EN-TRACK is a Horizon2020 funded project, coordinated by CIMNE. The project has pilots in Bulgaria and Spain, where the platform is successfully being used by the Catalan Government. The project consortium includes CIMNE, the Department of Territory and Sustainability of the Catalan Government, the Catalan Institute for Energy, EnEffect Consult, EP group, Joule Assets Europe, and Smart Innovation Norway.
For more information about EN-TRACK and its innovative energy management platform, please contact the project coordinator, Stoyan Danov: firstname.lastname@example.org