Publication / ReportRoughly 97% of the European Union (EU)’s building stock is not considered energy efficient, and 75 to 85% of it will still be in use in 2050.
Publication / ReportThis statistical report is designed to help understand what drives final energy use in IEA member countries in order to improve and track national energy efficiency policies.
Publication / ReportThe Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) introduced Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) with the aim to create more transparency about the energy performance of individual buildings.
Publication / ReportThis Guidebook aims to be a practical resource for governments (ministries of energy, environment, housing, climate change, finance, planning and others), private sector investors and civil society organizations by illustrating how to create a NAMA for energy efficient buildings based on a country-l
Publication / ReportArgentina’s significant domestic natural gas and hydro resources has led to an electricity generation system based on these fuel sources, offering low electricity prices.
Publication / ReportRussia has acknowledged energy efficiency as an important direction for its policy development. In 2008, an economy-wide target was set to reduce energy intensity by 40% by 2020 in relation to 2007.
Publication / Reporthie report aim to provide an overview of key regulatory policies which have been used internationally to require improvements to existing commercial and residential buildings at the point of renovation, refurbishment, retrofit, alterations, or additions.
Publication / ReportThis year’s report highlights the many positive economic, social and environmental benefits that have been enabled by energy efficiency, including:
Publication / ReportBetterHome: An industry-driven one-stop-shop solution, subject of the BPIE Innovation Briefing
Publication / ReportCommONEnergy, a research project funded by the European Union, developed these past 4 years new strategies and solutions to retrofit existing shopping centres to reduce consumptions, increase energy efficiency and comfort.