Energy efficiency and buildings
This article was published under the 2015-2020 European Committee of the Regions mandate.
The cheapest energy is the one we don’t use
Energy efficiency is crucially important for achieving Europe’s climate and energy targets. The EU should therefore be more ambitious says rapporteur Michiel Rijsberman (NL/D66)
- In order to improve energy efficiency the Commission has proposed to review the EU’s energy efficiency target and energy saving obligations requiring energy suppliers and distributors to save 1.5% of energy per year. The European Committee of the Regions has appointed Mr Michiel Rijsberman (NL/ALDE) rapporteur on the ‘Energy efficiency and buildings’ opinion which will analyse both proposals simultaneously.
April – May 2017
Exchange of views with Anneli Jäätteenmäki (FI / ALDE), rapporteur in the European Parliament on the Energy Performance of Buildings directive (ENVI committee); with Helveg Morten Petersen (DK / ALDE), rapporteur on the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (ITRE committee) and with Gerben-Jan Gerbrandy (NL / ALDE), shadow rapporteur on Energy Performance of Buildings directive (ITRE committee).
29 March Debate with the Estonian Presidency
Stakeholdersmeeting @rijsberman hogere ambities #Energie efficientie en gebouwen in @EU_CoR @ALDE_CoR. pic.twitter.com/zGNHbLfvOt
— Sidony Venema (@SidonyVenema) March 29, 2017
Liberals moving #energy efficiency & energy performance in buildings forward with @rijsberman: https://t.co/RNZ3NKB9AT #SmartBuildings pic.twitter.com/vJDQpoik8A
— ALDE-CoR (@ALDE_CoR) April 11, 2017