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Vaille, Gilles

Energy Efficiency in Buildings BUILD UP

Vaille, Gilles

Public Relations Desk

Lower energy consumption in buildings is essential for minimizing household running costs for owners and tenants, as well as contributing significantly towards achieving EU objectives on energy security and fighting climate change.

The Energy Efficiency Directive and the 20% energy savings goal are vigorously debated amongst the European Council, the European Parliament, the European Commission and the Member States, and it is more important than ever to take into account how these goals will be achieved.

One solution to this problem is increasing the level of information and awareness of the European sector of building construction concerning existing laws, new techniques and technologies as well as good practices in Europe.

In June 2009, the European Commission launched the interactive BUILD UP web portal (www.buildup.eu), an initiative financed by the Intelligent Energy Europe programme. The objective is to provide information about the high potential for energy savings with regards to buildings, potential which is currently underexploited. The web portal’s main role is to support the implementation of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive revised in 2010 (Directive 2010/31/EU) which clarified, strengthened and extended the purpose of the previous Directive 2002/91/EC, in order to minimize the already existing sizeable differences between practices of EU Member States. The measures in this Directive deal with the increase of efficiency in energy consumption with regards to hot water, heating, cooling, ventilation and lighting for new and existing residential and non-residential buildings.

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