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Survey of EPBD compliance in the European real estate sector

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A King’s College London research study seeks to determine whether and how real estate companies are complying with the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive, the role of the real estate sector in achieving the European Union’s climate impact portfolio, and the environmental outputs for European buildings complying with the EPBD.

 

EPBD compliance is critical to achieving the EU’s greenhouse gas reduction and climate neutrality commitments. Yet it is unclear how effectively the EU real estate sector (building developers, designers, owners and investors) is complying with the EPBD, and whether EPBD implementation is meeting the Directive’s energy efficiency goals.

 

This short survey seeks information about how organizations are implementing building energy efficiency requirements:

 

Take the Survey

 

Lisa Chase, the study researcher and Master of Laws candidate, welcomes your questions at lisa.chase@kcl.ac.uk.