Romanian Reality re Buildings in 2016 and its Outlook for 2030

Date: 13 May 2016 Location: Constanta, Romania

news (1)A number of European directives established ambitious targets regarding a new attitude towards the excessive and irrational use of fossil energy resources. It is hightime to analyze to what extent Member States, including Romania adopted in its legal framework the content of these directives, to what extent the laws and norms are being applied in practice and, last but not least, what is the net effect on the national economy, on the construction material and technology market, on the population personal savings, and on the quality of our environment.

Is Romania ready to achieve the assumed targets for 2020? The 2030 EC goals have been set. Are they realistic for the Romania speed of response?

We invite you to be part of a fruitful dialog at the 10th AAECR (Asociatiei Auditorilor Energetici pentru Cladiri din Romania) conference on 13 May in Constanta, Romania with experts responsible for the progress of the country on different levels: professional, legal, social, educational, and commercial, meant to serve our aspirations for a future in better consensus with the other Member States.

 

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