Nearly-zero-energy buildings

  • Both projects, namely, Meeting of Energy Professional Skills (MEnS) and the Open Training and Qualification Platform on Nearly Zero Energy Buildings Construction and Renovation (PROF-TRAC) are funded by the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 programme with a budget close to 1.5 million euros each.

  • The tool is part of ZEBRA 2020, a project co-funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe programme that aims at tracking the EU’s buildings stock as well as the progress towards nZEBs. The project compares nZEB definitions in different EU Member States and offers an 'nZEB radar' to compare nZEB standards and ambitions across countries.


    The new projects are run by multi-participant, multi-country consortia of between 6 and 16 partners, involving organisations in four or more different countries. Spain is the country where most project coordinators (3) are based, followed by Italy (2), the United Kingdom (1), Bulgaria (1) and Greece (1).

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