EED - Energy Efficiency Directive (2012/27/EU)

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This study by the Ex-Post Impact Assessment Unit of the European Parliamentary Research Service (EPRS) assesses the implementation the Energy Efficiency Directive (EED - 2012/27/EU) by the EU Member States.   The study includes the following themes:  
Post date: 19 Maj 2016
Type: Publication

The Austrian Minister for Economy and Energy, Reinhold Mitterlehner, has drawn up a positive interim balance with respect to the energy efficiency law. The implementation of the European Energy Efficiency Directive has been successful so far. The energy supply companies and other organisations have exceeded the goals regarding the energy savings with 9.59 Petajoule (PJ) compared to the planned 5.51 PJ. Also the energy saving measures at households have been overachieved with 5.44 PJ instead of 2.20 PJ.  
Post date: 14 kwi 2016
Type: Aktualności

Renovation in practice. Best practice examples of voluntary and mandatory initiatives across Europe 
Post date: 2 gru 2015
Type: Publication

Obligations under Article 5 of the EED  
Post date: 16 wrz 2015
Type: Aktualności

These reports are produced by each Member State and provide up-to-date information on the national Energy Efficiency Directive (EED) implementation approach and status. They are provided within the context of the Concerted Action EED.
Post date: 27 sie 2015
Type: Odnośnik

Assessment of the transposition of Article 8 of the EnergyEfficiency Directive (2012/27/EU) into Member State legislation
Post date: 31 lip 2015
Type: Publication

This report analyses the plans and inventories that Member States notified to the Commission in order to comply with Article 5 of the EU Energy Efficiency Directive (EED), which requires Member States (MS) to annually renovate 3% of the floor area of their central government buildings. More specifically, article 5 of EED requires MS to either: 
Post date: 26 Maj 2015
Type: Publication

New analysis by the Coalition for Energy Savings of national reports on the implementation of the Energy Efficiency Directive (EED) reveals that central governments have not shown leadership in ending the waste of energy in their own buildings. 
Post date: 22 Maj 2015
Type: Aktualności