Publication / ReportThe research conducted by the World Energy Council together with ADEME since 1992 concludes that energy efficiency continues to improve all over the world but despite the significant advances, much more can and should be done to improve the efficiency of energy production and use.
Publication / ReportThe main objective of the proposed revision of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) which the European Commission released on the 30th November 2016 “is to accelerate the cost effective renovation of existing buildings.
Publication / ReportAn analysis on the readiness of EU countries to transition to smart buildings concludes that no Member State is fully prepared to take advantage of the benefits that smart building technologies will entail.
Publication / ReportInsights and recommendations at EU and Member State levels to support the market uptake of nearly Zero-Energy Buildings.
Publication / ReportBPIE contributed to a new publication on energy poverty led by the Greens/EFA of the European Parliament. Several authors were gathered to share their knowledge on energy poverty and raise awareness about the situation in order to identify solutions to tackle it.
Publication / ReportThe Buildings Performance Institute Europe and the Industrial Innovation for Competitiveness (i24c) initiative explored in a multi-stakeholder process how Europe can rapidly ramp up the innovation and competitiveness of the construction sector throughout the entire value chain to scale up the depth
Publication / ReportAn overview of initiatives currently developed in France, Germany and Belgium, for building renovation passports, considered as Energy Performance Certificates 2.0, and perfect tools leading to better buildings performance and more comfortable homes.
Publication / ReportOverview of Member States’ progress with implementing Article 4 of the Energy Efficiency Directive (EED) through the eyes of different stakeholders from governmental and non-governmental sectors.
Publication / ReportAn analysis of the vulnerability to gas supply disruptions concludes that Central and South East European (SEE) countries are facing a strategic choice.
Publication / Report10 principles are making the case for buildings to be at the core of a decarbonised energy system, producing, storing and supplying energy, making the energy system more flexible, resilient and efficient.