IIGCC joins coalition of 35 built environment stakeholder groups in signing letter on EU Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD)
Ahead of a European Parliament ITRE Committee vote on February 9th IIGCC and 34 other stakeholders signed a letter which was sent to Members of the European Parliament Committee on Industry, Research and Energy calling for a decisive and ambitious approach that delivers a decarbonised building stock in Europe.
The letter was signed by a coalition of 35 built environment stakeholder groups representing over 6,000 organisations across Europe. It calls on the MEPs to support an EPBD revision which will accelerate building renovation and address energy use and efficiency via the introduction of Minimum Energy Performance Standards and harmonisation of Energy Performance Certificates; and address total lifecycle emissions of buildings, including both operational and embodied emissions by supporting provisions regarding Whole Life Carbon reporting, targets, and thresholds.
The open letter builds upon IIGCC letters sent earlier this year to Member State Leaders and Ministers, Commission Executive Vice President Timmermans on the wider Fit for 55 package, two separate letters sent to key Members of the European Parliament.
DISCLAIMER: This letter was developed in collaboration with a number of IIGCC members but does not necessarily represent the views of the entire membership, either individually or collectively.
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