Our latest position paper on the new energy efficiency measures: more clarity is essential for an effective implementation

ESMIG members welcome the proposals for a revision of the Energy Efficiency Directive (EED) and of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) as parts of the “Clean energy for all Europeans package”. Setting the framework for improving energy efficiency in general and improving energy efficiency in buildings are crucial for achieving the energy transition.
 
The smart meter is directly linked and indispensable in achieving the energy efficiency targets. Its successful deployment will enable consumer empowerment, measuring and thus managing consumption patterns.
ESMIG would like to comment on specific elements of these two proposals which are relevant for the smart energy management sector.
 
Download the paper to see our suggestions on:
  • the smartness indicator in the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive
  • the metering and billing articles in the Energy Efficiency Directive
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esmig_position_paper_eed_and_epbd.pdf (569.48 KB)Download