Clean Energy for All Europeans

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The European Commission aims to encourage a more effective use of public funds, help project developers bring good project ideas to maturity, and make the energy efficiency market more trusted and attractive for all stakeholders through the “Smart Finance for Smart Buildings” investment initiative.  
Post date: 2 lut 2017
Type: Ask the Experts

Supporting EPC market development through EPC Facilitation Services – Key outputs from the Streetlight-EPC project  
Post date: 20 sty 2017
Type: Termin

On 30 November 2016 the European Commission published the Clean Energy Package, a 1000-page legislative proposal with the threefold goal of putting energy efficiency first, promoting the European Union’s global leadership in renewable energy, and placing the consumer at the heart of the energy system.  
Post date: 11 sty 2017
Type: Aktualności

The proposed 30% binding energy efficiency target marks the recognition of energy efficiency as catalyst for securing sustainable growth, jobs and competitiveness in the EU.   Eurima shares the intentions of the Commission to accelerate building renovation rates, to facilitate access to finance and create jobs in the building sector. At the same time, we question whether the proposed legislative package will effectively unleash the intrinsic energy savings potential of buildings and building renovation as most cost-effective contributor to decarbonisation.  
Post date: 5 gru 2016
Type: Notatka

This European Commission proposal for a revised Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) puts into practice the key element of the Energy Union: "Energy efficiency first!" The proposal is part of EC's new Clean Energy package, which was released on 30 November 2016.  
Post date: 30 lis 2016
Type: Publication

The European Commission unveils its much awaited Winter Package, entitled ‘Clean Energy for all Europeans’, including proposals for reviewing the Energy Efficiency Directive (EED) and Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD). EuroACE, whose member companies employ over 280 000 workers in the sector of energy efficient buildings, welcomes these publications as an opportunity to start improving the regulatory framework and make it fit for accelerating investments in energy renovation works.    
Post date: 30 lis 2016
Type: Notatka

Proposal for a DIRECTIVE OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL amending Directive 2012/27/EU on energy efficiency - COM(2016) 761 final     This European Commission proposal for a revised Energy Efficiency Directive (EED) puts into practice the key element of the Energy Union: "Energy efficiency first!" The proposal is part of EC's new Clean Energy package, which was released on 30 November 2016. 
Post date: 30 lis 2016
Type: Publication

Komunikat komisji dla parlamentu Europejskiego, Rady, europejskiego obszaru gospodarczego i społecznego komitetu, komitetu regionów i europejskiego banku inwestycyjnego - SUM(2016) 860 ostateczną     W tym komunikacie komisji, opublikowanym 30 listopada 2016 roku, stanowi pakiet środków mających na celu powstrzymanie Unii Europejskiej niskie jak czystej energii przejścia jest zmiana światowych rynkach energetycznych.  
Post date: 30 lis 2016
Type: Publication

eceee welcomes the fact that the Commission is promoting Energy Efficiency First in the Clean Energy for All Europeans package. A strong improvement in energy efficiency is necessary if the EU is to deliver on the Paris Agreement, and it is also important as part of energy security. The cheapest and cleanest source of energy is the energy that does not need to be produced or used.  
Post date: 30 lis 2016
Type: Notatka

The European Commission has released the long-awaited Energy package, gathering legal proposals on energy policies.   Towards an Energy Union based on former 2030 targets and Paris Agreement The package intends to create an Energy Union based on the principles enounced in February 2015.  It is grounded on the targets and commitment announced during the Energy Council in October 2014 ahead of the COP21 Paris Agreement.
Post date: 30 lis 2016
Type: Aktualności