EU priority actions for a fast, fair and attractive energy transition 2019-2024
The newly elected MEPs are taking office, the race for the EU top jobs including the new Commission President is running and the new strategic agenda for 2019-2024 is discussed in Council, Commission and Parliament. In this context, the Coalition for Energy Savings releases four EU priority actions 2019-2015 for a fast, fair and attractive energy transition.
EPBD recast: Grasping the full energy savings potential of Europe’s buildings
Following the publication of the Commission’s proposal to recast the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive, the Coalition for Energy Savings published a position paper outlining its views on how to provide an ambitious revision of the EPBD to ensure the building...
EED recast: Saving energy, reducing bills, lowering emissions
The recast of the Energy Efficiency Directive (EED) is the opportunity to put in place a robust enabling regulatory framework to speed the delivery of energy savings and unlock their multiple benefits by giving predictability to investors and addressing the non-market...
A strong EED to reach climate goals and trigger a sustainable economic recovery
The new EU climate target for 2030 and the 2050 climate neutrality objective requires a strengthening of the whole European climate and energy legal framework. In that effort, reducing the EU’s overall energy consumption is essential as to enable the multiple benefits...
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