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Consultation on the Evaluation of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive

Consultation on the Evaluation of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive

Introduction to the consultation in all EU languages

Final synthesis report

An analysis of the contributions to the online questionnaire received during the consultation period is available here .
As outlined in the evaluation roadmap, the Commission will consider additional stakeholder inputs, in particular practical experience from the Member States as implementing bodies through the EPBD Concerted Action as well as expert inputs through a series of in-depth technical workshops.

Target group(s)

Public authorities, Member States authorities, private organisations, industry associations, SMEs, Consultancies, other relevant stakeholders and Citizens (inside and outside of the European Union).

Policy field(s)

Energy, Energy Efficiency, Energy Performance of Buildings, Finance of energy efficiency in buildings

Objective of the consultation

The objective of this consultation is to consult stakeholders on the review of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive and evaluate whether the directive has met its aims. The consultation will also explore issues in relation to the Smart Finance for Smart Buildings initiative and the links of the directive with other energy policy areas. The public consultation launches the review into the directive, which is due by the end of 2016 as required under Article 19 of the directive.

Consultation period

30 June 2015 to 31 October 2015

Contact details

ENER.C.3

European Commission, DG Energy - ENER.C.3

Energy Efficiency, Rue De Mot 24-26, B-1049 Bruxelles

Belgium

View the contributions

In the interests of transparency, organisations have been invited to provide the public with relevant information about themselves by registering in the Interest Representative Register and subscribing to its Code of Conduct. If the organisation is not registered, the submission is published separately from the registered organisations.

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