A substantial part of negotiations on the Clean Energy Package is finalised, including the revised Energy Efficiency Directive (EED). Member States are now moving into the next planning phase in regards to energy efficiency, respectively the implementation of legislation. By 2019, Member States have to finalise their integrated national energy and climate plans (NECPs), which will provide for the first time a comprehensive picture of national targets and policies for climate and energy.
Fast-tracking energy efficiency has the potential to maximise economic, social and environmental benefits for all Europeans.
In this context, the Coalition for Energy Savings developed a set of recommendations for Member States on how to better reflect energy efficiency in national plans. These recommendations were discussed during a webinar on 10 December 2018.
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