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Energy performance of buildings - Европейски парламент

Писане by арх.Калина Митева-Павловa on Пет 24 Апр 2009, 8:36 pm

Strasbourg , 23 April 2009

Energy performance of buildings: Citizens must be guaranteed cost effective and decent living conditions. Ján Hudacký MEP.

Ян Худаки - евро депутат - за приетия на първо четене в европейския парламент доклад за подобряване енергийната ефективност на сградите в Европейския съюз


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The European Parliament today adopted the report on energy performance of buildings amending, under the first reading of co-decision procedure, the proposal for a directive on the energy performance of buildings.

The main objective is to promote the cost-effective improvement of the overall energy performance of buildings. Its provisions cover energy needs for space and hot water heating, cooling, ventilation and lighting for new and existing, residential and non-residential buildings.

EPP-ED Spokesman on the issue, Ján Hudacký underlined that the EPP-ED Group supports the Commission's proposal that is already very ambitious. The amendments to the report tabled by the EPP-ED Group will guarantee a good result in the second reading: a cost-effective directive that will benefit both consumers and economy.

"Member States should financially stimulate efforts to energy savings as well as the use of renewable energy resources. They should support the investments to house insulation, purchase of energy effective household appliances and technologies which will reduce the energy consumption in buildings", stressed Ján Hudacký MEP.

"The buildings sector – i.e. residential and commercial buildings - is the largest user of energy and emitter of CO2 in the EU and is responsible for about 40% of the EU's total final energy consumption and CO2 emissions. The sector has significant untapped potential for cost-effective energy savings which, if realized, would mean that in 2020 the EU would consume 11% less final energy. This in turn translates to a number of benefits, such as reduced energy needs and energy bills, reduced import dependency and impact on climate as well as an increase in jobs and encouragement of local development", concluded Ján Hudacký.

For further information:

Ján HUDACKÝ MEP, Tel: +33-3-88177286
Atilla Agárdi, EPP-ED Press Service, Tel: +32-475-750272

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Германският сертификат за устойчиво строителство

Писане by арх.Калина Митева-Павловa on Пет 11 Сеп 2009, 2:59 pm

Германският сертификат за устойчиво строителство

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