3rd training: Sept 11, 2018 at 10:00 European Summer Time
ICP project is designed to deliver confidence to all of those involved
in the energy efficiency project cycle from owners through to project
developers and verifiers. Confidence is increased through the
application of best practice based protocols, e.g. how to calculate
baselines. The protocols were prepared with the support and guidance of
broad group of international experts.
- For asset owners or managers, the ICP approach will provide transparency of the process and will give them the confidence in implementing the measures.
- For the project developer,
ICP provides a process that is understood and accepted by all
participants. This will reduce transaction costs and should minimise any
- For the financial community, the
ICP approach standardises the project development process and bring the
necessary confidence to undertake the investments. Importantly, ICP
Europe Investor Network is comprised of energy efficiency investors who
recognise the benefit of industry best practice and standardised energy
renovation project delivery.
Why we need ICP training
The Protocols are quite technical and designed to assist the project process.
The ICP Training System combines the use of the ICP Protocols and
independent third party verification to create Investor Ready Energy
Efficiency™ (IREE™) projects that provide investors and asset owners
with a new level of confidence in project engineering, performance and
ICP Project Developers (PDs) have to be trained by ICP,
their qualifications and experience have to be vetted and are the only
ones that can develop an IREE™ project and be a member of the ICP
Project Developer Network. PDs can be ESCOs, engineering firms, facility
managers, asset owners, or others that develop project proposals.
Information on the requirements to join the Project Developer Network is available here.
This is the 3nd training, taking place on Sept 11, 2018 at 10:00 European Summer Time. Register here. Training is free due to the EU funding of the ICP project.
Key documents can be found here
For any question, please contact Rod Janssen, EEIP, anytime.
And here an overview of ICP allies