Making buildings more energy efficient will contribute significantly to the EU achieving its energy and climate goals.
Revised in 2018, the directive will help reach the building and renovation goals set out in the European Green Deal.
Renovating the EU building stock will improve energy efficiency while driving the clean energy transition
EU countries have submitted strategies that foster investments in the renovation of residential and commercial buildings.
The EU Building Stock Observatory (BSO) web tool monitors the energy performance of buildings across Europe.
The Smart readiness indicator (SRI) is a common EU scheme for rating the smart readiness of buildings.
The EU has proposed to move from the current nearly zero-energy buildings to zero-emission buildings by 2030.
Energy performance certificates provide information on the energy efficiency of buildings and recommended improvements.
Financial support mechanisms in EU countries can help pay for energy efficient renovations
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