energy legislation

The countdown to transpose the revised Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) has started!  
Post date: 8 Nov 2018
Type: News

The countdown to transpose the revised Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) has started!  
Post date: 17 Oct 2018
Type: News

The countdown to transpose the revised Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) has started!  
Post date: 17 Oct 2018
Type: Event

After the approval of the EU parliament last April, the new EPBD is now in force!   Check on BUILDUP (http://www.buildup.eu/en/news/commission-welcomes-final-vote-energy-perf...) the backbones of the future energy efficiency in EU building stock).
Post date: 10 Jul 2018
Type: News

In the end of July 2017, the German law on the promotion of tenant electricity (Gesetz zur Förderung von Mieterstrom) entered into force. With this law, tenants shall benefit from the energy transition. In fact, the law promotes landlords or system operators.
Post date: 14 Dec 2017
Type: Ask the Experts

Getting the measure of fuel poverty - Final Report of the Fuel Poverty Review  
Post date: 6 Nov 2017
Type: Publication

  On 28 July 2017, the European Commission published a new Regulation setting a framework for energy labelling, simplifying and updating the energy efficiency labelling requirements for products sold in the EU, which were included in the Directive 2010/30/EU.  
Post date: 2 Aug 2017
Type: News

REGULATION (EU) 2017/1369 OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL of 4 July 2017 setting a framework for energy labelling and repealing Directive 2010/30/EU    
Post date: 2 Aug 2017
Type: Publication

By Zoran Radosavljevic (EURACTIV)     The European Parliament approved on Tuesday (June 13) the introduction of new energy labels for household appliances, which MEPs and industry experts said should enable consumers to save money and cut energy consumption while helping the bloc reduce overall carbon emissions.    
Post date: 23 Jun 2017
Type: Note

On 13 June 2017, the European Parliament’s and Council’s negotiators agreed that a new, tougher, A to G scale showing the energy efficiency of household appliances should be introduced to keep pace with technological progress.     With the new scale, customers will be able to choose more efficient products in order to reduce energy consumption and their energy bills, while manufacturers will be encouraged to innovate and invest in more energy efficient products.    
Post date: 23 Jun 2017
Type: News