European Commission asks for stakeholder input on EPBD

On 30 June the European Commission launched a public consultation to ask for input from stakeholders regarding the review of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD). It will also provide feedback to decision makers to evaluate whether the directive has met its aims. Furthermore, the consultation will explore issues in relation to the Smart Finance for Smart Buildings initiative and the links of the directive with other energy policy areas. Interested parties have time to answer the Commission questionnaire and forward their contributions until 31 October 2015.

According to the description, the Commission is expecting input from Public authorities, Member States authorities, private organisations, industry associations, SMEs, Consultancies, other relevant stakeholders and Citizens (inside and outside of the European Union).

For more information see here.

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