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  • Blog
    • 15 November 2019
    • Olli Seppänen

    Good indoor environmental quality (IEQ) is an essential part of NZEB

    EPBD 2012 is now implemented in all members states. Although the directive does not specify the indoor parameters, it requests that buildings must be healthy.  EPBD revision 2018 specifies in several articles that the requirements of indoor climate must be met and refers to national or regional specifications. The numeric values for the indoor environmental parameters are now more important than ever. Deterioration of indoor environment is banned due to energy savings. Studies have shown that…

  • Blog
    • 22 October 2019
    • Rebeka Maršnjak

    Policy Briefing: Headlines of the hearing of Commissioner-Designate for Energy

    On September 30th, ITRE (the Committee for Industry, Research and Energy) in association with ENVI (Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety) at the European Parliament held a hearing of the Commissioner-designate for Energy, Kadri Simson. The Commissioner-designate underlined her commitment to the functioning of the Energy Union, to provide clean and affordable energy to consumers, to facilitate the energy transition towards carbon-neutrality in 2050 and to assist those…

  • Blog
    • 19 July 2019
    • Rebeka Maršnjak

    The 2019 European Elections: first highlights

    Ambitious agendas are on the table. Will we also have an ambitious political leadership to achieve them?

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