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Order 2641/2017 new minimum energy performance requirements for new buildings and renovation(Romania)

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April 2017

The Order 2641/2017 adopted on 11 April 2017 is establishing new minimum energy performance requirements for the design of new residential and non-residential buildings and the renovation.

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Modifying 3 Decrees to introduce Nearly Zero Energy buildings(Hungary)

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October 2016

From 2018 the plans for new residential buildings and from 2021 the buildings themselves have to meet the requirements for nearly zero energy buildings to get the building or rather the occupancy permit. For industrial, commercial and educational buildings the requirements will are stricter int he decree. Nearly zero energy building is defined in the new legislation as “building with a very high energy performance, in which energy consumption is nearly zero or very low and is covered at a rate of 25% by energy from renewable sources. The handout gives engineering recommendations how these requirements can be achieved.

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EmBuild(Croatia)

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June 2016

EmBuild (full name: Empower public authorities to establish a long-term strategy for mobilizing investment in the energy efficient renovation of the building stock) is a project initiated in 2016 by ten partners from eight countries and it’s fully financed by the European Union under the Horizon 2020 program.
The goal of the project is to identify administrative and technical barriers to the implementation of energy efficiency projects in public buildings which will result in higher quality of the long-term strategy. The local and regional governments have been identified as key stakeholders.

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