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Commission calls on SPAIN to correctly implement EU rules on Energy Efficiency Directive

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On 4 October 2017, in the context of the October infringements package, the European Commission announced that they are sending a letter of formal notice requesting Spain to ensure the correct implementation of the EU legislation on energy efficiency (Energy Efficiency Directive, Directive 2012/27/EU).

 

The Directive requires Member States to install individual meters or heat cost allocators to measure energy consumption and allocate the costs in multi-apartment and multi-purpose buildings where heating, cooling and/or hot water is supplied from a central/collective installation.

 

Spain now has two months to reply.

 

 

For further information on the October infringements package, see the relevant EC fact sheet at the link below.