“Building renovation in the Clean Energy Package: implications at local, national and EU levels” report is now available on our website here.
The aim of this briefing is to analyse some of the most important changes brought by legislation of the Clean energy package that will influence building renovation policy in the coming decades.
The Clean energy package for All Europeans is a comprehensive set of legislation that defines European climate and energy policy for 2020 and beyond, composed of eight different pieces of legislation aimed at accelerating the energy transition in Europe.
This report, written by BPIE, analyses some of the most important changes that will influence building renovation policy in the coming decades, more specifically on four core components: the EPBD (Energy Performance of Building Directive), the EED (Energy Efficiency Directive), the RED (Renewable Energy Directive) and the GOV (Governance Regulation).
It also identifies the specific role for local, national and European actors in order to implement the legislation and develop ambitious renovation policies in line with the EU 2030 and 2050 targets.
The report has been published for the H2020 project Build Upon2 which we are partner. IGBC is working with local, national and European stakeholders to develop a multi-level framework that contains a suite of milestones and measurable progress indicators for building renovation strategies, integrating data and insights from the local authority level. The Framework will serve as a tool for Local Authorities in delivering the EPBD and ensure that local initiatives are aligned with national and European policies. A methodology will be developed so that the Framework reporting system can be integrated into Sustainable Energy Actions Plans (SECAPs), prepared by Covenant of Mayors’ signatories.
For further information on this initiative, please contact Marion.