EED - Energy Efficiency Directive (2012/27/EU)

This report analyses the plans and inventories that Member States notified to the Commission in order to comply with Article 5 of the EU Energy Efficiency Directive (EED), which requires Member States (MS) to annually renovate 3% of the floor area of their central government buildings. More specifically, article 5 of EED requires MS to either: 
Post date: 26 May 2015
Type: Publication

New analysis by the Coalition for Energy Savings of national reports on the implementation of the Energy Efficiency Directive (EED) reveals that central governments have not shown leadership in ending the waste of energy in their own buildings. 
Post date: 22 May 2015
Type: News

BPIE just released a factsheet on article 5, Energy Efficiency Directive.As of January 2014, Member States have to renovate 3% of the total floor area of heated and/or cooled buildings owned and occupied by its central government each year in order to meet the minimum energy performance requirements.BPIE’s latest research gathers both the current status of the implementation of Art 5 of the Energy Efficiency Directive (EED, 2012/27/EU) as well as summary conclusions together in a factsheet.
Post date: 5 Jul 2014
Type: News

May 16, 2014. Building Performance Institute Europe (BPIE), the state of Baden-Württemberg and the German Institute for Energy and Environment (IFEU) organized an event in order to present studies and analysis which were conducted that support Member States’ efforts to deliver ambitious renovation strategies. 
Post date: 13 Jun 2014
Type: News

Original title:  ¨Systematische Darstellung von Effizienzinstrumenten und Bewertung ihrer politischen Anschlussfähigkeit an verschiedene Regierungskonstellationen einerseits und Stakeholder-Gruppen andererseits¨
Post date: 7 May 2014
Type: Publication

An ambitious reduction target in CO2 emissions from buildings by as much as 80% by 2050 (compared to 2010) is both achievable and desirable in Romania.
Post date: 28 Apr 2014
Type: Publication

An ambitious reduction target in CO2 emissions from buildings by as much as 80% by 2050 (compared to 2010) is both achievable and desirable in Romania.
Post date: 25 Apr 2014
Type: News