EU Commission draws praise for putting energy efficiency first

Business and civil society groups have lauded three new recommendations from the European Commission on energy efficiency, calling on member states to 'deliver real savings on the ground'

An alliance of trade, governmental and civic groups has lauded three new recommendations from the European Commission on energy efficiency, calling on member states to “deliver real savings on the ground”. 

In a document advising on member states on how to transpose energy savings obligations set out under the revised Energy Efficiency Directive (EED), the Commission has placed an emphasis on energy efficiency as the first port of call. 

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