Project Outputs

Below is a table showing the project deliverables published so far which can be viewed and downloaded by clicking on the link. 










Illustrated summary report of the RePublic_ZEB project



D2.1 Public_Building_Stock final

Report on the preliminary assessment of the public building stock





Report on the method and results of defining national reference buildings for each building category



Report on the national implementation of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD)


Describes policy mapping comprising assessment of existing national plans, policies and regulatory frameworks of target countries, including existing barriers and best practices.




Common criteria and principles for public building nZEB definition in South and East European countries


Presents the common framework and a harmonized methodology for the definition of nZEB public buildings, defines the energy flow and the system boundaries of nearly zero energy public buildings and proposes three indicators to be used for the specification of nZEB public buildings: the non-renewable primary energy, the renewable energy ratio and the CO2 emission.


D3.3 & D3.4

D3.3 Report on best practices and lists of technologies useful for the refurbishment of buildings with detailed national sections & D3.4 Report on processed packages of measures


Analyses best practice emission-saving refurbishments in the target countries and details measures which can be applied through deep refurbishment of public buildings. 



D4.1 Final. Report on the country assumptions for the application of the energy use (fossil and renewable) evaluation methodology to the case studies (reference buildings and detailed efficiency measures)


There is a common methodology for calculating the energy use in public buildings in countries covered by RePublic ZEB. Different countries have different prevailing factors, however, and this report outlines the assumptions for each target country.


D4.2 D4.2 Country assumptions for the application of the cost optimal methodology to the case studies (reference buildings and defined efficiency measures). 


Explains the common methodology for calculating the optimal levels of minimum energy performance requirements towards nZEB and the country assumptions for the global cost evaluation.  Global cost is the net present value of all costs and is linked to the calculation period (usually 30 years) and includes investment costs for refurbishment, replacement costs and running annual costs.


D4.3 D4.3 Results of T4.1 & T4.2 application


National results of the T4.1 and T4.2 tools application to the reference buildings and energy efficiency measures


D4.4 D4.4 Sensitivity analysis 


Sensitivity analysis approach on the medium/ long term technologies


D5.1 D5.1_Report-on-nZEB-approach_final.pdf


Report on nZEB approach for existing public building and energy recommendations for local or regional authorities, energy agencies, EPC providers


D5.2 D5.2_Guidelines_RePublic_ZEB---final.pdf


Guidelines on best practice addressed to several stakeholders and target groups (industries, housing organizations, owners of large building stocks, developers)


D5.4-5.5 D5.4-D5.5_RePublic_final.pdf

Model contract between builders and public building owners for the refurbishment into nZEB / financing schemes by the third party for builders and building owners, based on the use of the energy efficiency measures suitable for refurbishment into nZEB



D2.1(Summary) Summary-2.1.pdf


Executive Summary: Preliminary assessment of the public building stock


D2.2(Summary) Summary_2-2-FINAL.pdf


Executive summary: Defining national reference buildings


D3.1 (Summary) Summary report of D3.1


Executive summary report of D3.1 on EPBD Implementation – Review of regulations, national plans, barriers and drivers.





Executive summary; Common Criteria and Principles for Public building nZEB Definition in South and East European countries





Executive summary; Best practices and lists of technologies to refurbish buildings & Proposed packages of measures


D4.1 (Summary) Summary_D4-1.pdf


Executive Summary; Country assumptions under-pinning application of the energy use evaluation methodology to the reference buildings


D4.2 (Summary) Summary_D4-2.pdf


Executive Summary: Country assumptions for the application of the cost optimal methodology to the reference buildings


D4.3 (Summary) Summary_D4-3 fin.pdf


Executive Summary: National results from applying tools to the reference buildings


D4.4(Summary) Summary_D4-4-fin.pdf


Executive Summary: Sensitivity analysis


WP5 Summary



Executive Summary: Reports produced under WP5




Interim Project presentation RePublic_ZEB Presentation


Summarises the aims and objectives of the RePublic ZEB project.  It details who the project partners are and where they are based in Europe, how the project is structured, proposed outputs, the project’s definition of nZEB, the results so far, and a look forward to what is coming next


Final Project presentation Republic_ZEB-presentation-FINAL-v2.pdf


Republic ZEB project presentation


D6.1 Project leaflet


Introduces the RePublic_ZEB project and its aims and why the work is important


D6.1 Final Project Leaflet

Summary of the Republic ZEB project aims and motivations for the work

D6.3 Newsletter Issue 1 (English)


RePublic_ZEB Newsletter Issue 1 Winter 2014. Describes the project, its activities and how these are being undertaken by the Consortium across different European countries.


D6.3 Newsletter Issue 2 (English)


RePublic_ZEB Newsletter Issue 2 Autumn 2015. Provides an update on the project and its activities


D6.3 Newsletter Issue 3 (English)


RePublic_ZEB Newsletter Issue 3 Autumn 2016. Provides an update on the project and its activities


D6.3 Newsletter Issue 4 (English)

Republic ZEB Newsletter Issue 4 Winter 2016. The final newsletter which contains summaries and analysis of the different work packages.