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cblagojevic [5The EnerPHit Retrofit Plan (ERP)]
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 • COSTS – you can enter the estimated investment costs for the measures here, including the costs for anyhow-measures and financial support. • COSTS – you can enter the estimated investment costs for the measures here, including the costs for anyhow-measures and financial support.
  
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 Efficiency parameters and corresponding results are automatically transferred from PHPP into the ERP. All that needs to be done is the entry of information regarding schedule, costs and recommendation for each of the retrofit steps. By doing so it is possible to provide a comprehensive document to building owners so that they can better understand the specific concepts and the potential of the retrofit process they have started. Efficiency parameters and corresponding results are automatically transferred from PHPP into the ERP. All that needs to be done is the entry of information regarding schedule, costs and recommendation for each of the retrofit steps. By doing so it is possible to provide a comprehensive document to building owners so that they can better understand the specific concepts and the potential of the retrofit process they have started.
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