EPBD revision Tag

A series of 5 workshops are organised by DG ENER aiming at obtaining stakeholders input to the preparation of the EPBD revision. The first three of them being: Workshop 1: Setting a vision for buildings and a decarbonised buildings stock, Wednesday 31 March 2021, from 9h00 to 12h00, CET Workshop 2: Minimum energy performance standards for existing buildings, Thursday 15 April 2021, from 9h00 to 12h00, CET Workshop 3: Strengthening buildings information tools (with focus on EPC), Thursday 29 April 2021, from 9h00 to 12h00, CET (https://ec.europa.eu/info/events/workshops-preparation-revision-epbd/workshop-strengthening-buildings-information-tools-focus-epc-2021-apr-29_en?pk_campaign=ENER%20Newsletter%20April%202021) ...

In 2020, the European Commission presented its ‘Renovation Wave’ strategy to boost energy renovation of buildings in the EU. This strategy contains an action plan with: regulatory, financing and enabling measures; and the goal of at least doubling the annual energy renovation rate of buildings by 2030. This goal requires, among others, a revision of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (Directive 2010/31/EU, EPBD) with focus on provisions that are central to boosting building renovation. The Commission usually provides a roadmap to define the scope of the envisaged revision. The roadmap describes the problem to be tackled and objectives to be met, explains why EU action is needed, outlines policy options and describes the main features of the consultation strategy. In the case of the EPBD revision, the roadmap is replaced by an inception impact assessment. The aim of this assessment is to analyse in more detail the issue to be addressed, whether...