Unlocking capital for energy-efficiency projects via the Investor Confidence Project

Transparency in energy efficient renovations. DIMAND is the first company in Greece which has received the qualification of Credentialed Project Developer and Credentialed Quality Assurance Provider from the Investor Confidence Project (ICP) Europe. The credentials show that DIMAND is a company that is able to deliver transparent projects that increase confidence to owners and investors.

ICP’s Investor Ready Energy Efficiency™ (IREE™) is an international certification that insures best practices, the right professionals and third-party validation that are used to deliver high-quality projects that you can bank on. This certification is delivered to projects that have been developed by ICP Credentialed Project Developers and reviewed by ICP Credentialed Quality Assurance Providers.

ICP Europe protocols ensure the high standards in developing quality projects and safer returns for investors. After the ICP announced their partnership with the Green Building Certification Institute (GBCI), which will be responsible administering the ICP system next year, it was our major priority in DIMAND to become the first company in Greece to join the network of credentialed professionals.

ICP Allies include leading companies of the world in the field of engineering, in the capital market and the energy sector. The aim of the program is to unlock access to financing for the building renovation market by standardizing how energy efficiency projects are developed, documented and measured.
ICP Ally Network includes companies like ARUP, E.ON, Europe Regional Network of the World Green Building Council, Kingspan, The Royal Bank of Scotland, Siemens and many more.

Investor Confidence Project is developing a best practice framework to standardize the process for predicting and measuring energy savings, enabling the acceleration of energy efficiency investments and the emergence of a robust and thriving commercial building sector

The development of the ICP Europe protocols received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program.