EPBD - Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (2010/31/EU)

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Uzgodniono, że nowe środki w celu zapewnienia, że ​​wszystkie nowe budynki w UE są jak najbardziej efektywne pod względem energetycznym do roku 2050, przez Komisję Przemysłu, Badań Naukowych i Energii (ITRE) Parlamentu Europejskiego.
Post date: 12 paź 2017
Type: Aktualności

The EU’s major buildings legislation is under review: this is the opportunity to boost the quality of life and wellbeing of people across Europe through energy renovation.    At Renovate  Europe Day 2017, which will take place on 10 October in the European Parliament at Brussels, Belgium, the Rapporteur and 4 Shadow Rapporteurs for the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) will debate their views with the Estonian EU Presidency, the Commission and key stakeholders at n the European Parliament, focusing on the following questions:  
Post date: 4 paź 2017
Type: Termin

BUILD UP has released a short video presenting the benefits and opportunities of the webportal for buildings professionals.   The video is available at the link below, feel free to spread and show it to your network!  
Post date: 3 paź 2017
Type: Aktualności

  On 14 September 2017,  the European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (eceee) published a new "Steering through the maze" guide. The new guide, “Understanding energy efficiency in the European Commission’s Clean Energy Package”, focuses on energy efficiency aspects within the so-called Winter Package.  
Post date: 2 paź 2017
Type: Aktualności

Steering through the maze #7:  A guide from the European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy    
Post date: 2 paź 2017
Type: Publication

As the negotiations on the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) revision proceeds, the European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (eceee) has noted some worrying signs that threaten to deliver less savings, contradict the “energy efficiency first” principle and create unwanted side effects on the renewables side. In particular, the proposed discounting of off-site renewables must be removed from the proposals.  
Post date: 27 wrz 2017
Type: Notatka

REHVA position paper on the European Commission proposal of the revised ENERGY PERFORMANCE OF BUILDINGS DIRECTIVE COM(2016)0765     This position paper on the EC proposal for the revised EPBD was published In March 2017, in the 2nd issue of the REHVA Journal.   The REHVA position is grouped into 3 priorities:  
Post date: 31 sie 2017
Type: Publication

  Updated 5.12.2017: Presentations now available online.     Venues: REHVA Headquarter, rue Washington 40 The Hotel, Boulevard de Waterloo, 38, 1050 Brussels, Belgium The REHVA Brussels Summit will launch a new sequence of REHVA meetings offering an intense 2-days event with a new concept and a revamped visual design.  
Post date: 26 lip 2017
Type: Termin

Niniejszy dokument stanowi raport końcowy z badania oceny złożonych makro-poziomie i branżowych skutków polityki w dziedzinie efektywności energetycznej. Raport stanowi pierwszą próbę zastosować ten schemat do kompleksowej ilościowej oceny tych kilku zalet i kompromisów. To pokazuje, że poprawa efektywności energetycznej w Europie docelowym 27% do 2030 r. może doprowadzić do istotnych społecznych, ekonomicznych i środowiskowych skutków.  
Post date: 20 lip 2017
Type: Publication

In the Energy Performance for Buildings Directive (EPBD), “shall” is used in article 9, whereas “should” is used in article 2:   Article 9 of the EPBD states that: “Member States shall ensure that by 31 December 2020, all new buildings are nearly zero-energy buildings, and after 31 December 2018 new buildings occupied and owned by public authorities are nearly zero-energy buildings.”  
Post date: 18 lip 2017
Type: Ask the Experts