Survey shows patchy implementation of EU’s low-energy building rules

Since January, all newly built homes and commercial real estate must be near-zero-energy buildings (nZEB), but a wide variation in standards applied from country to country is undermining EU climate goals, says the Buildings Performance Institute Europe.

by Robert Hodgson

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