Progress made on low energy buildings

Compliance with the EU’s building energy efficiency law has significantly improved, as almost all member states have now developed plans for meeting the low energy buildings target, experts say

Compliance with the EU’s building energy efficiency law has significantly improved, as almost all member states have now developed plans for meeting the low energy buildings target, experts say.

All member states except Greece and Spain had submitted plans for increasing the number of ‘nearly zero-energy buildings’ as of 18 September, according to a report for the European Commission. Last year, only 14 member states had done so.

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