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A political agreement on new rules for improving the energy performance of buildings was reached today between negotiators from the European Parliament, the Council and the Commission. The Commission's proposal forms part of the implementation of the Juncker Commission priorities – in particular

"a resilient Energy Union and a forward-looking climate change policy". The agreement signals the closure of the first of 8 legislative proposals part of the Clean Energy for All Europeans package brought forward by the European Commisison on 30 November 2016. It also shows that the work towards the completion of the Energy Union is on the way and that the work initiated by the Juncker Commission is being delivered.

The improvements agreed include measures to strengthen the energy performance of new buildings, to accelerate the rate of building renovation towards more energy efficient systems and tapping into the huge potential for efficiency gains in the building sector, the largest single energy consumer in Europe.

 

Main achievements: Creates a clear path towards a low and zero emission building stock in the EU by 2050 underpinned by national roadmaps to decarbonise buildings. Encourages the use of information and communication technology (ICT) and smart technologies to ensure buildings operate efficiently for example by introducing automation and control systems. Supports the roll-out of the infrastructure for e-mobility in all buildings (although to a lesser extent than in the Commission's proposal). Introduces a "smartness indicator" which will measure the buildings' capacity to use new technologies and electronic systems to optimise its operation and interact with the grid. Integrates long term building renovation strategies. Mobilises public and private financing and investment. Helps combatting energy poverty and reducing the household energy bill by renovating older buildings.