The new study will provide additional guidance on how to effectively implement the cost-optimality methodology in the EU Member States. The presentation will be followed by a workshop at BPIE’s premise.
European Regulation has established a methodology for calculating cost-optimal levels of minimum energy performance for buildings and building elements, leaving considerable space for a flexible implementation.
To provide additional and concrete guidance to policy makers at national level, BPIE has conducted additional analysis on how to effectively implement the cost-optimality methodology in European Member States.
The objectives of the studies are to demonstrate how ambitious yet affordable cost-optimal energy performance requirements for buildings can be defined and how the transition towards nearly Zero-Energy Buildings can be supported. BPIE presents three national cases: Austria, Germany and Poland.
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