The Investor Confidence Project (ICP) is an international framework for reducing risk, lowering due diligence costs, and increasing certainty around savings in energy efficiency projects.
Frameworks already exists for buildings and are now being developed for projects in industry, district energy and street lighting.
GRESB is working closely with ICP as part of a European Commission’s Horizon2020-funded project and we are pleased to announce that ICP has just announced their first free trainings to Europe-based project developers and quality assurance providers.
The training is focused on how to develop ICP-compliant Industry and Street Lighting projects.
- Learn more about ICP.
- Register for the free trainings for Industry and Street Lighting energy efficiency projects.
- Contact ICP Europe Programme Manager, Quitterie de Rivoyre, with any questions.
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