Energy Performance of Buildings Directive

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Webinar | EPB standards linked to health and wellbeing

Webinar 5 – EPB standards linked to health and wellbeing (12h00 – 13h30 – 16th June 2020) Following the successful previous webinars “Guidance and examples for the EPB standards’ flexibility”, “EPB standards overview: why,...

CEN-CE NEWSLETTER June 2020 issue

Check out the June 2020 issue of CEN-CE newsletter for getting up to speed with recent and ongoing activities of CEN-CE team! EPB standards covered by CEN-CE scheme Explore synergies with CEN-CE scheme 2nd CEN-CE classroom pilot training Build...

EPBD recast: paper documenting the agreement between Parliament and Council

Construction Law in Poland amended again

The text of the Act is available in PDF format.

EU Commissioner Piebalgs welcomes political agreement on energy performance of buildings

Commissioner Andris Piebalgs said: "Energy performance of buildings is key to achieving our EU Climate & Energy objectives for 2020, namely the reduction of Greenhouse gas emissions and the achievement of a 20% of energy savings. By...

European Parliament and Council agreed on Energy Efficiency Package

“I am very pleased that the Swedish Presidency today has reached an agreement with the European Parliament on these two directives. Buildings account for 40 % of Europe’s energy use and are therefore an important piece of the puzzle to...

EPBD recast: Agreement reached between the Council and the Parliament

By the end of 2020 EU Member States must ensure that all newly-constructed buildings have a "very high energy performance", under new rules agreed in Brussels on Monday 16  November 2009 night. And their energy needs must be covered to a...

Recast of the EPBD: Observations and Recommendations regarding Impact, Compliance and Control issues

New brochure on the Assessment and Improvement of the EPBD Impact available for download

ASIEPI stands for 'Assessment and Improvement of the EPBD Impact (for new buildings and building renovation)'. The project addresses 6 technical issues:EPBD requires Member States to define building energy performance...

Amendment of Construction Law in Poland changes the transposition of EPBD