The new 2023 Energy Efficiency Directive: Guidance for planning and implementation

Jun 13, 2023 | Latest, Publications

With less than seven years to go to meet the 2030 EU energy efficiency target, the implementation of the EED recast must start with no delay. Despite the recast of the EED not yet published in the EU Official Journal, Member States must already integrate several new elements of the 2023 EED in the draft updates of the national energy and climate plans (NECPs), due by 30 June 2023.

The Coalition for Energy Savings’ new report aims to support stakeholders and national and local implementers to understand the new requirements of the EED for selected key articles, clarify what elements must be included in the NECP updates and present the Coalition’s recommendations for a strong and reliable implementation of the EED.

Erratum: As of June 30, 2023, an updated version of our report “The new Energy Efficiency Directive. Guidance and recommendations for national planning and implementation” has replaced the first version that was published on June 14, 2023. In the previous version, Figure 1 and Figure 2 had an inaccurate color coding. 

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