According to a report by Ott Tammik on the Estonian Public Broadcasting (ERR) site, stricter energy consumption limits are to be set for buildings in Estonia for next year, 2013.
The announcement was made in a draft mandate from the Ministry of Economic Affairs, according to the report.
The current limit is 180 KwH per square metre per year, set to be reduced to 160 KwH per square metre per year from next year, the report said.
Presumably the limit will be reduced by small increments until the 50 KwH target is reached.
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