Copenhagen Economics has released on 5th October 2012 a study on the impact of Energy Efficient Renovation on Public Finances.
Impacts such as the following are expected:
- Rise of income and corporate taxes,
- Decrease of social costs,
- Employment generated,
- Energy bills in the public sector by 2020,...
The study presents the issue from the following perspective :
- Benefits from investing in energy and
- Barriers and policy responses.
The study was presented at the 'Renovate Europe conference' on 11 October 2012.
These measures include property leasing solutions to allow landlords and tenants to share renovation costs and energy savings and linking property taxes to the energy labelling of buildings.
Study by Copenhagen Economics.